Where: Lafayette, Colorado
Listed by: GypsyCoach.com
Tiny house living can be an adventure. Back in the days of the wild west, this two-level 16-foot long by 8-foot wide gypsy wagon would have seemed palatial albeit compact. The Victorian-style caboose has tongue-and-groove-pine siding, dark red trim with brackets at the corners, six windows and a 10-pane entry door. Inside, wainscoting wraps the living room capped with a chair rail and the floors are hardwood. A sleeping loft has a barrel ceiling and room for a king-sized mattress. An antique-style water crock provides water in the kitchen. And yes, for those dusty days on the plains, a shower can be added in the bathroom.
**At press time, this home had been recently sold.
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