The "Little Sojourner" (the successor to the debut "Sojourner") is a 6m-long tiny house on wheels built by the team at Häuslein Tiny House Co. in New South Wales, Australia! In an effort to build a more affordable and lighter-to-haul tiny home, the team modeled this home's design after the original "Sojourner" in a smaller package just as beautiful!
19.69' x 8.5' triple axle trailer
Fully off-grid capable with a propane tankless water heater and propane stove with minimal electrical needs
White finishes throughout the tiny home with wood accents
Exterior is clad in slate matte finish Trimdeck Colorbond with Western red cedar accents
The interior walls are pine tongue and groove with cypress pine flooring
The living room area features the same bumpout as the original "Sojourner" which gives an extra 4' of width for the couch to sit inside and open up the living space!
A small galley-style kitchen features a 2-burner gas cooktop, a small sink, a dishwasher, an apartment-size fridge, and plenty of cabinet and counter top space!
Past the kitchen is the bathroom, featuring a fiberglass corner shower, a flush toilet, a laundry chute from the upstairs loft, a washer/dryer combo unit, a vanity with a custom solid cypress pine sink, and tons of drawers to store clothes
Above the kitchen and bathroom sits the bedroom loft, which features a half-wall for privacy, space for a queen-size mattress, and a unique laundry chute that drops clothes into the wardrobe in the bathroom!