Lickety Split Ice Cream has been a beloved fixture in Williamstown, Massachusetts since 1996.  However, when the building they rented was repurposed, they needed a new space to continue providing their delicious ice creams like Purple Cow, Cookie Combustion, and Emerald Explosion.

B&B Tiny Houses worked closely with the owner of Lickety Split to design a space that would accessibly welcome visitors as well as comfortably hold a busy team of scoopers and all the machinery an ice cream shop requires.  The interior is designed with commercial kitchen materials for easy cleanup. This tiny business is a semi-mobile tiny structure that stays on Spring St. during the warm months and moved away during the winter.


[ 360 sq.ft ]

30’L x 12’W x 13’6″H

Length of 30′

Width of 12’

Road-legal maximum roof height of 13’6″


2 Separate Trailers

 1. Tiny Structure

2. Ramp Attachment

Ice Cream Appliances

Functional User Experience

Service Window


Watch actors Jesse Tyler Ferguson and Tommy Sadoski enjoy Lickety Split ice cream during the run of the play Grand Horizons, at the Williamstown Theater Festival!