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, and 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. Flip-up steps provide access to the front door. No flip-up steps are shown under the side french door due to road width limits. Other deck or steps options would be needed for side doors.

Included in this tiny house plan download are three files: (1) digital copy (.pdf) framing plan, (2) a materials list (.xls), and (3) the original SketchUp 3D drawing (.skp).


Boonville 24 Tiny House Front Porch

Boonville 24 Tiny House  Exterior Front Right

Boonville 24 Tiny House  Exterior Back Left

Boonville 24 Tiny House Floor Plan Lower Level

Boonville 24 Tiny House Floor Plan Upper Level

Boonville 24 Tiny House from Front Door

Boonville 24 Tiny House  Interior Kitchen

Boonville 24 Tiny House Interior from Back

Boonville 24 Tiny House Loft

Made for Owner Builders

Tiny Houses are often as unique as their owners. Knowing this… I wanted to make it easier for owner-builders to edit my designs and build their own tiny dream homes. To make this possible I redrew all my tiny house on wheels plans with compatible parts, like bay windows, dormers, and roofs. Now owner-builders can choose how they want to mash-up their own tiny house design.

Standards Based

I also drew heavily on the American Tiny House Association’s Construction Guidelines and great tiny house construction books and how-to videos to help ensure my designs followed quality industry standards.

Plans Include

These plans are delivered as an online download. Each of the tiny house on wheels plans include:

  1. A Printable PDF copy of the plans,
  2. The original SketchUp file, and
  3. A materials worksheet list.


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