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Tiny House Trailer: RV House Made of Redwood

When it comes to custom RV creative flexibility tiny house trailers are the clear choice. This RV house adds several interesting and sought after features.  This tiny house trailer was custom built on a trailer chassis and built from mostly redwood. The dimensions of the RV house are 24′ feet long by 8′ feet wide. The tallest peak on it being 13’5″ which makes it one inch less than the maximum in most U.S. states.

Exterior: Tiny House Trailer RV House Gallery


This tiny house trailer was built in 2011 and put up for sale on craigslist where it sold for $38,000 out of the Santa Cruz, California area. The RV house offers two separate sleeping quarters, one measuring 8’x8′ and the other 6’x8′. They both have dormers which give some much needed headroom.

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The tiny house trailer also has one very unique RV feature that would be a big hit with many RV’ers. It offers a power fold up deck. The deck folds up neatly against the RV house for safe keeping during transit. The railings shown in the pictures are removable which makes the floor of the porch fold up easily.

Interior: Tiny House Trailer RV House Gallery


The builders used a traditional 2″x4″ frame with half inch wall panels. This tiny house trailer offers a total of 304 sq ft which brings it to around $125 per square foot to build. That pricing isn’t far off what traditional RV’s are priced at. The big difference here is of course the weight of the RV house vs a traditional travel trailer would be significant. Weight usually isn’t a concern for folks who build their own tiny house trailer as the looks of awe and amazement offset the fuel economy!

That however doesn’t change the fact that this tiny house RV is a feast for the eyes and the do-it-yourself’er in all of us.


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