Nomad 30 Tiny House: Off-Grid All-Weather Adventure-Ready Living


The Nomad 30 by Minimaliste was initially designed as a compact, all-weather tiny house for easy towing. Over time, it evolved into a larger version with an improved interior layout and an off-grid design suited for adventures.

Named after its 30-foot (9.1 meters) length, the Nomad 30 is built on an adjustable double-axle trailer, allowing for better weight balance and towing convenience. Its exterior is finished with low-maintenance steel sheets and faux wood steel.

Access to the house is through a rear folding deck and steps operated by a winch and remote control, leading to a spacious living room with storage, a sofa bed, and a wall-mounted TV. The house features a mini-split air-conditioning system and a heat recovery air exchange system.

Adjacent to the living room is a kitchen with a dining area for four, equipped with a propane-powered oven, a four-burner stove, washer/dryer, double sink, and a fridge/freezer. The kitchen also has locking cabinetry and a folding extending countertop.

The bathroom includes a composting toilet, a small bathtub, a shower, and a sink.

The single bedroom in the Nomad 30 offers ample headroom for standing and features a storage-integrated queen-sized bed and cabinetry.

Power for the Nomad 30 comes from a standard RV-style hookup or its roof-based solar panels connected to a battery array. It’s well-equipped to endure North American winters and summers, thanks to its high airtightness and excellent insulation.

The Nomad 30 model is available starting at $115,000.



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