We, at Homecrux, are admittedly in love with tiny houses on wheels, especially those designed by French tiny house builder Baluchon. The tiny house Le Château Ambulant by Baluchon is a stunning compact dwelling for a small family. Roughly 20-foot-long and finished in cedar with aluminum accenting, the name of the tiny house translates as Howl’s Moving Castle.
Le Château Ambulant comes with attractive features, but one, in particular, is the most alluring. The compact house has a projection screen in the loft bedroom rising out of the floor for cozy movie nights.
Based on a double-axle trailer, the tiny house on wheels features a living room, a rather spacious kitchen, a bathroom, and a loft bedroom. It comes equipped with a gaggle of windows to allow natural light in, along with automated lighting to keep the interior light-filled.
The front door opens into the living room where a large window and a comb-style bench seat that turns into a queen-size bed are placed strategically. A small dining table nearby sets a romantic setting. The kitchen is past the breakfast table and is well-stocked for both whipping up quick snacks and lavish full-course meals.
It comes with a lot of cabinetry, a small refrigerator, an oven, and a four-burner propane-powered stove. At the far end, a door conceals the bathroom with a shower and a toilet.
Opposite the cooking area is an open staircase leading to the loft bedroom. The bedroom comes equipped with a king-size bed, a projector screen that is integrated into a hatch in the floor and a projector nearby, and a cabinet.
Moreover, the entire home’s lighting is also controllable via a phone/tablet app. The tiny house Le Château Ambulant is supposedly priced somewhere between $60,000 and $70,000.
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