Sunlight abounds in this space thanks to a petite bay window cleverly built out over the hitch. The stairs leading up to the sleeping loft double as storage too.
His and hers sinks in 399 square feet? You bet. The Cabo byputs most Manhattan apartments to shame.
$124,900 and up
Subway tile, shiplap, and farmhouse sink aside, this cute abode by New Frontier Tiny Homes even includes a pop-out porch for warm summer nights. And did we mention the full-size Jacuzzi tub?!
This tiny home draws on "Parkitecture," the nature-inspired design style used by the National Park Service. Take a look at the clean, well-lit interior and you'll agree it's a retreat.
Go ahead and invite a friend on your roaming tiny house adventure, or host extra people in a backyard guesthouse. This smart trailer includes two lofts for double the sleeping space.
No climbing required: The bed stays on the floor in this cozy dwelling. Plus there's a storage unit at the foot for all of your nighttime reading.
The previous owners of this wheeled unit used it as an investment property, renting it out for up $700 per month. Not too shabby!
It may clock in at just 378 square feet, but this home also has a designated spot for a washer-dryer. (Although chances are you won't have too many clothes to clean.)
Fall asleep while stargazing in this cozy loft. The two skylights just over the queen-size bed will make you feel like you're camping — with none of the downsides, of course.
A closet with a sliding barn door keeps clutter at bay in this vacation-ready retreat. And if that doesn't sell you, the sky-high ceilings will.
You can see more of their journey on their page, Expedition Happiness.