Adobe-Style Tiny House on Wheels for Sale

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24′ (+7′) goose-neck southwest adobe-style tiny house, on a Trailer Made triple-axle goose-neck trailer (18k)

southwest-adobe-tiny-house-7As seen at the 2016 National Tiny House Jamboree, this beautiful southwest style tiny house is the first of its kind! The exterior is made of E.I.F.S. synthetic stucco, which is extremely lightweight, crack-resistant, and also provides an exterior layer of 1″ foam insulation. Featuring a spacious interior layout of 250 sq. feet, including the master sleeping loft over the goose-neck deck, with room to stand! As is, home is unfinished on the interior, making it the perfect blank canvas to finish into your dream southwest style home! Can be purchased as is, or have the interior completed any way you want by MitchCraft Tiny Homes.

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My interest in alternative housing sparked years ago, and I fell in love with tiny homes the moment I discovered them. My work in furniture-making, cabinet-making, and residential remodeling fueled an appreciation for the creative, detailed, and unique ways we express ourselves. Even if just in small ways — like the feeling we get from of a space, or the integrity of a piece of furniture — the things we build deserve our attention.

7 Responses to Adobe-Style Tiny House on Wheels for Sale

  1. Martin says:

    Hideous….

    • Anonymous says:

      That may be your opinion, but I like it. If someone likes the adobe style but can’t afford an Adobe home this would be a cute alternative.

  2. Dan says:

    Please — this is NOT an adobe. Adobe consists of a proper mix of sand and clay, sometimes a bit of straw, that can dry into a very hard adobe brick. This is a “mock adobe” — to each his/her own.

    • Evan Kahn says:

      Thanks for the correction Dan, I assumed most people who follow our blog would know this is mock adobe. I am sure making a real adobe house on wheels would be way over the weight limit for the trailer. I do like the look of the home.

  3. Don Barnes says:

    I like the house. Mitch gave me an interview at the Jamboree, and he explained the exterior insulating system. Seems like a very nice way to pay homage to a lovely architectural style. I’ll be posting that interview soon. In the YouTube description, I’ll link to this page, as well as MitchCrafts.

  4. Anonymous says:

    How much? I would love to buy and park it on my property in northern New Mexico

  5. MALISSA says:

    Wish I had land & could buy this home… I would do a black & white interior with southwest design w/ lighter wood not dark & maybe an adobe fireplace.

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