Firefighter Says She Lives In This Crazy Little House, But The Inside Is Just As Surprising
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You’re about to be blown away by the coolest tiny house I’ve ever seen. Seriously. Meet Ravenlore, a Victorian-painted tiny house known for its bright, candy-colored siding, trim and roof. This magically whimsical tiny home on wheels was built by Jim Wilkins of Tiny Green Cabins. It’s 176 square feet, 22′ long by 8′ wide, and weighs about 13,500 lbs. Because Nicki Jo Davis’ new home was built over the wheels, she gets more interior space, albeit a heavier load. But Nicki can handle it, because she’s a firefighter. Ravenlore was delivered to Nicki Joe in Savannah, Georgia. She wanted to clear the clutter and downsize, and Ravenlore allowed her to do so for just under $60,000. But the home’s rainbow exterior isn’t the only surprising thing about it. Ravenlore’s interior may be small, but it boasts a built-in solar power system, clever storage space hidden in the floor, a desk space, and a light-flooded kitchen. “When I saw the design with the gingerbread trim, I knew it had to be purple, pink, blue, and green,” Nicki says. “I love that it’s completely ridiculous. It makes me really happy.” It makes me so happy, too… and a little jealous. According to Tiny House Journey, Nicki was served a “Tiny House Eviction” from her original parking spot in Thunderbolt, Georgia due to zoning issues, and was forced to move outside of the city. She is now happily parked at Green Bridge Farm, an eco-friendly organic farm 30 minutes from Savannah. Scroll down to see Ravenlore for yourself… Video credit: Tiny House Giant Journey / Facebook / Website Music credit: Grady Kelneck
Nicki Jo Davis is a firefighter who wanted to downsize and live simpler. She got exactly what she wanted and more in "Ravenlore," her tiny, colorful Victorian home on wheels.
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