I recently refreshed all my tiny house on wheels designs. One design that got a considerable makeover was the Boonville 24. The most notable change was to the front of the house. Where there was once a flat wall is now a 3-foot porch. To make this possible without eating up a lot of interior space I lengthened the house by 2-feet.
I think the new porch really gives the Boonville much more personality and now I can totally see it sitting along the quiet main street of Boonville, California – its namesake.
The Boonville is a 24-foot long tiny house on wheels with a 10/12 hip roof. It has a bathroom sized to fit a 32″ square shower stall, composting or standard toilet, plus small wall mounted sink.
This floor plan is open and features a french door on one side and a front door at one end. One small storage loft would sit above the bathroom and a sleeping loft above the kitchen/dining space in the center of the house. Like the Colvelo & Talmage designs the loft is only accessible from one side giving it some privacy from the front door.