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This 160 Square Foot Poco Edition Tiny Home Is Built On A 8′ By 20′ Utility Trailer

This post was updated on March 27th, 2024

Based out of British Columbia, Canada, Tiny Living, Inc. designs and builds tiny homes on trailers. This is their Poco Edition, a simple layout based on a 20′ by 8′ utility trailer.

Poco Edition Tiny House.

Poco edition tiny house

The trailer has a GVW of 10,000 to 12,000 pounds, along with electric brakes and four corner stabilizer jacks. It’s a good thing too, because this house is just about made from solid wood.

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Tongue and groove pine lines the interior walls while the exterior is cedar bevel siding.

Inside Poco Edition tiny home

The kitchen has 24″ countertops and a 3′ by 3′ Lazy Susan in the corner cabinet.

Kitchen in tiny house

Sleeping loft in tiny home on wheels

That’s a full-size 30″ by 30″ shower with a wall mounted sink. You could also mount a composting toilet and save on weight.

Spacious shower and bath

Yep, there’s room for an optional 110 V washer and dryer.

Storage area in tiny house

Looking down from the loft.

Looking down from loft

It seems the photographer used a wide angle lens to capture these shots. Sure makes the inside look much larger than 20′ by 8′! Still that’s a mighty nice shower. You can tell the builders understand human nature. 😉

Poco tiny home

Like many tiny homes built on a trailer, the Poco Edition has a lofted sleeping area. While that seems like a great use of space, it might make it tough on an older person having to go up and down the ladder several times each day. I know I’d be pooped!

You can learn more about the Poco Edition tiny home here.

See also: Trekker Trailers Made This Trailer Based Tiny House With A Bathtub Inside (no loft!)

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