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TINY, the little wooden house on wheels
My longtime friend, Jan, had this tiny house-on-wheels custom built and was using it on very rare occasions as a guest room next to her house in La Conner, Washington, USA. It seems the city has determined they won't allow her to have it there now. She is thinking about selling it. So, I'll post a few spherical photos in a set here over the next few days to show the interior and exterior along with the utilities cabinet on the back end. Then I'll add a list of features as she supplies those details, to see if there is interest generated, and she will have a better idea if she wishes to sell it or merely move it to another property, perhaps as a rental? Who knows where TINY may find a new homestead? ;)
Copyright: Timothy Oldfield ~ Washington State 360
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 6000x3000
Taken: 14/07/2016
Uploaded: 13/07/2016
Updated: 20/07/2016


Tags: trailer; home; house; cabin; cottage; sauna; loft; portable; mobile
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