While many ‘Tiny Homes’ are set on wheels, few are actually capable of being towed by your average truck. Even then – rarely are they actually road-legal. The Industrial model from WheelLife Tiny Homes, on the other hand, can be towed legally by your own truck.
You would think that this kind of mobility would come with some real downsides – like maybe a smaller, more cramped house, or something with less natural light. Neither of those things are true. In fact, it seems like the Industrial model may have a bit of an edge on others on the market. The space features a sloped, sleek roofline that starts low over the bedroom, and rises to 14 feet high just above the living room in the front of the home. For ample light, this front portion of the house features floor to ceiling windows that lead right out to a private deck. All of this makes for a well lit, and paradoxically spacious feeling home despite the spartan 338 square feet floor plan. Even with this limited square footage, the designers of the home were able to fit a loft bedroom, a main bedroom, a bathroom, kitchen, and living room. Not bad for a tiny home. The base prices on these are set at just around $70,000. [Purchase]