The Lucky House is a 200-square-foot tiny house built by Daniel Gibeau using sustainable building materials, solar panels, and propane appliances. Built on a 2013 PJ car hauler, the tiny house 8’6″ wide by 20′ long, and 13’6″ tall on one side with a sloped roof down to 11′ tall on the short side.
Inside, you’ll find a queen sized loft, kitchen, living room, dining area, and bathroom. There are two storage spaces, plus several other built-in storage areas.
Daniel built the house in Victor, Idaho and listed it for $50,000.
Images © Daniel Gibeau
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