<300 sq ft area homes generally bring one image to mind: a place with tight quarters, tons of adjustments and probably a loft. However, this 5th wheel tiny home shatters that notion, proving that multiple delineated spaces can be done even in a small footprint.
But wait, there’s more! Keep reading and we’ll walk you through the entire mobile property:
Tiny Home Size
- 30′ long
- 8′ wide
- 256 sq ft area
Tiny Home Price
$50,000, located in Rome, GA.
Tiny Home Features
- Wheelchair accessibility makes this one a boon for those who unfortunately cannot access loft ladders or other aspects of the home that involve steps.
- A small deck with ADA treated ramp and cedar rails connects the interior of the home to the exterior in a manner that is easily accessible for people in wheelchairs.
- Since this is a 5th wheel tiny home, you don’t have to worry about moving permits with this one.
- Wheels make the home easily towable to any place across the 50 States.
From the exterior, the home’s rustic demeanor and cabin aesthetic are only let down by fewer windows than we’d like. It’s not a deal-breaker, mind you, as there are 4 large ones, but a few more would’ve been the cherry on the cake.
As you head in, it’s pinewood, pinewood and some more pinewood .There’s only one photo to show of the inside, but the description by the owner should suffice as the virtual tour.
The front of the 5th wheel tiny home shares its available square feet with the kitchenette and the living area. There’s plenty of cabinets and countertop storage and a teensy bit of space at the very top that can actually be turned into a mini storage loft as well.
Once you’ve arranged all the appliances, a little bit of room still remains for a 2 or a 3 seater couch. The wall in front of it can hold a decently large TV as well.
The sleeping area lies in the middle, which has enough space for four bunk beds. However, a Murphy bed might be a better choice as it opens up the area when not in use.
At the other end of the home lies the bathroom which comes with all the standard fittings. This is the only area where there’s a slight threshold (in the shower) and hence not completely wheelchair accessible, but it shouldn’t cost too much to fix it.
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For more information about this 5th wheel 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.