Built by carpenter Derek Diedricksen as a micro cabin and office, the tiny Gypsy Junker house measures a mere 32 sq. ft with a roof that is around 5ft 10inches high. Derek has built this tiny cabin from shipping pallets, recycled storm windows and discarded kitchen cabinets. He has decided to sell the Gypsy Junker simply for the need of yard space in order to finish his mini houseboat, a tiny house on wheels and build a prototype transforming A-frame.
The tiny recycled house comes with a sleep platform that also doubles as a desk, three windows, and a Dutch style door. Weighing in at round 800 lbs, the Gypsy Junker can be used as an office cabin, camp shelter, garden shed or a one-of-a-kind chicken coop. Built three years ago, this house has survived two hurricanes and several snowstorms. Last year, a tree fell on it and luckily, there was no damage.
All proceeds from the sale of the Gypsy Junker will be used by Derek Diedricksen to realize his new projects.