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This Mobile Tiny House Looks Like A Cabin Inside And Out

Dave Bates builds tiny homes on wheels through his company Tiny Portable Cedar Cabins. He’s based in Spirit Lake, Idaho and recently made this Hamptons Cabin model for a client in New York.

Priced around $27,000, the tiny house rests on an 8′ by 20′ trailer. For $2,000 more you can add an extra 4 feet in length to the cabin.

Standard features include a kitchen area, lofted sleeping room, and a small bathroom. There’s a two foot wide deck on the rear of the trailer house, along with a three foot overhang to keep out the rain.

Hamptons Cabin Mobile Tiny House

Hamptons mobile tiny house

Main living area.

Inside the Hamptons tiny home on wheels

The walls, ceiling, and floor all have R21 insulation so you’ll stay nice and cozy inside.

Loft area

Two burner cooktop powered by either propane or electric (50 amp hookup available).

Small kitchen in the tiny living room

Ceiling fan

Wood stove in trailer home

Looking toward the front door.

Looking toward the front door

Tiny house from the outside

Front door of tiny home on a trailer

Some of the upgrade options include,

Radiant Floor Heating $ 1500
Gas Fireplace $ 900
Wood or Pellet Stove $ 1300
Propane on demand hot water heater $ 950.00
Washer/ Dryer $ 1250.00
A/C $ 550.00
20” 4 burner propane stove and oven $ 950.00
10 Cubic Feet Refrigerator
Extra loft $1000.00

Watch Dave show you around some of his other models. (Skip to 2:39 for the Hamptons Cabin).

httpv://youtu.be/I6gT2PvP0_E

Original video by Janet Thome

Each trailer cabin that Dave makes is certified by an engineering firm, and comes with a VIN number and a letter of origin that you can register with your state’s DMV.

Photos via Tiny Portable Cedar Cabins

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