As amazing as towable homes are, sometimes due to the GVWR or the equipment required, it can be difficult to get things going, especially if you’re not familiar with towing RVs. How about going for a 17’ locomotive tiny home that’s complete with everything you need for life on the road?
Keep scrolling to see all that you’ll get with this beauty:
Tiny Home Size
- 17′ long
- 6′ wide
- 7′ tall
Tiny Home Price
$50,000, located in Lafayette, LA.
Tiny Home Features
- The Cypress epoxy countertop is embellished with dark brown pigments and exhibits a rustic radiance.
- A custom-built raising and lowering bed gives some extra under-the-bed storage.
- From the inbuilt insulation to the 12,000 BTU AC/Heater, this locomotive tiny home has all the necessities to get you moving throughout the year!
- Accent lighting throughout and the cozy layout make this house feel like home.
On the outside, there’s no difference between this locomotive tiny home and any other standard 1999 Ford E-350. Head on inside, however, and you’ll discover a mobile dwelling that downsizes square footage without downsizing lifestyle.
Everything has been squeezed into a very limited space, and yet you’ll find that it has everything you’ll ever need to live off the road. The table serves double duty as a dining area and a work desk.
The kitchenette is up front, with a handmade custom walnut cold water sink, a fold-up cutting board, and a huge 7-cubic-foot slide-out fridge for when you need storage for some extra snacks. Finally, the propane stove and oven complete all the things you’ll need for cooking when on the move in this 17’ locomotive tiny home.
Tons of storage take care of the tricky living situation, as every possible square inch of space from floor to ceiling has been fashioned into some kind of cubicle, drawer, etc.
The bathroom is super small but gets the job done with a composting toilet and a shower, in addition to the custom cypress that adds an aesthetic touch.
The queen-size memory foam mattress on the bed gives you the option to bring a plus one along, and the projector with the pull-down screen allots a nice area to binge Netflix with your significant other.
There are 2-3 minor issues with the home, such as the tachometer going blank occasionally, which can be fixed by unplugging and plugging it back in. However, none of them are a deal breaker. With some minor repairs, you should be all set in no time!
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For more information about this locomotive tiny home, check out the complete listing in the Tiny House Marketplace. Make sure that you let them know that iTinyHouses.com sent you their way.