Ready to go on permanent vacation? Check out these tiny houses for sale in the Sunshine State!
Square Footage: 300
Location: St. Petersburg
If you’ve always dreamed of sailing off into this sunset, this tiny house on fins could be your ticket to the high seas. It’s a 77 Trojan F32 Sport Flybridge. You’ll have enough space to sleep six people and still be comfortable with your own AC/heat, fully equipped bathroom and kitchen, and all the features you’d expect. There’s a wired surround sound system to bring the tunes to your next party, as well.
Square Footage: 84
This custom “gypsy wagon” is finished inside and out with beautiful wood, and is designed with an open floor plan so you can organize it the way you want. You’ll have a cast iron cowboy stove to get you through those mild Florida winters, (unless you want to take it with you on the road,) and a composting toilet and a small propane camper stove would easily complete your outfit. There are even two hidden compartments under the floor for storage.
Square Footage: 170
This little home on wheels is perfect for the open road, or hanging out at the beach with your friends. It includes all the standard features you likely expect, along with a rooftop deck where you can enjoy those gorgeous southern sunsets.
With all the standard appliances, this park model manufactured home is made to last while looking beautiful. The bedroom includes an oversized closet, and you’ll have a step-in shower in the bathroom. All the standard appliances are in the kitchen, along with plenty of storage space.
Square Footage: 255
24’ x 8’, this tiny mobile home has a sensible layout that accommodates all the usual appliances and fixtures for your kitchen and bathroom. It’s even wired for both AC and DC current, and has a mini AC unit, sized just right for a little house.
Square Footage: 128
Location: Punta Gorda
This beautifully detailed tiny home boasts all the features you would expect for a modern lifestyle, and is sensibly designed to maximize the utility of the space. It was even showcased on Deek Diedricken’s MicroShelters.
Square Footage: 240
Location: St. Petersburg
With a 400 HP crate engine and a dual transmission, you’ll be cruising in style in this converted 1974 Bluebird school bus. The home needs a little TLC, since the plumbing burst last year. The current owners haven’t used the propane system either, (who needs to, when the coldest day in winter is 80 degrees?) so you might want to hire a qualified technician to check things out before you make a deal. The owners are willing to deliver the house to a buyer on the east coast.
Square Footage: 144
Location: Merritt Island
Outfitted to operate off-grid with solar panels, this little house on wheels is a high school senior class project. It includes a full kitchen and bathroom with all the usual conveniences, along with the battery bank you’ll need to make use of your power array. This home is perfect the camper who wants to rough it in style. 100% of the proceeds of the sale will go to support the Holy Trinity Episcopal Academy and their efforts to demonstrate the benefits of sustainable living with clean energy to their students.
Square Footage: 500
Location: Ft. Myers
Located in a loose-knit community formed around the principles of sustainable living, this home is designed with old-fashioned techniques in mind. You’ll have plenty of shade at all times of day on your wraparound porch, and lots of space to garden before enjoying a leisurely walk in the fruit orchards.
Square Footage: 72
Made by Trekker Trailers to look beautiful inside and out, this tiny house on wheels is ideal for the folks who want to live on the open road. You’ll live easy with all of the standard appliances, and comfortably as well, due to ample insulation and water-proofing under the chassis. If you aren’t able to drive away from the tropical storms, don’t worry, because the design has a high hurricane rating as well.
If none of these houses float your boat, don’t sweat it, because there are more than 100 tiny homes for sale in Florida, and thousands more around the country, available for you to check out at Tiny House Listings.
On the other hand, if your research into tiny houses is leading you to think you’re more interested in building one of your own from the ground, make sure to take a look at these articles: first, this guide to buying the right plot of land, followed by this comprehensive list of criteria you’ll want to keep in mind when you’re choosing the right tiny house builder for your project.