18′ long tiny house on wheels available in Asheville, NC. Custom built in Tennessee. Could possibly transport depending on the offer. This house is just over 1 year old. I’ve lived in it this whole time, with some AirBnB renting on and off, and let me tell you, it rents really really well!! If you’re looking for a little income house, this one is awesome because it has a queen sized loft AND a twin sized loft so you can easily sleep 3. The bathroom separates from the rest of the space with a sliding door. Shower, no tub. 4′ of closet/clothing/shelving space inside too so you can get dressed in private after showering, etc. rather than your clothes being stored out in the main area like a lot of tiny houses do. I love the layout which has the kitchen on one end and the bathroom on the other. No narrow galley space here – the entire middle of the house is open and feels so spacious for it’s modest square footage! It has 10-foot ceilings and a totally flat roof which can be used as a roof deck – awesome for sunset watching if you have a nice view!
Please note: I recommend this house for warmer/dryer weather climates. As you can see, it has TONS of windows (10 to be exact!), which is a lot for such a small space! So there’s not much separating you from the elements, which was my mistake living in the mountains…but I love looking out at nature and didn’t want it to feel dark and closed in. So, because of that, it has an awesome, open, bright, airy feel. I really do love it, and it’s got some nice touches such as the curtains which can visually separate the lofts from view of each other, providing privacy where there otherwise wouldn’t be any.
In the kitchen I have a great freezer on the bottom fridge, which is hard to find in a 24″ width. It’s very energy efficient too, as is the large toaster oven that I use for everything- you can bake anything in it you would use a real oven for, it works great. I also use plug-in electric hotplates which suite me since I don’t have much counter space. I’ve used a cast iron grill on top of the dual hotplate which makes great steaks and grilled veggies, and otherwise I never need more than two burners at once anyways, and I can stash it out of the way when not needed. The house has a built-in A/C heater combo unit which I find works really well for A/C but not as well for cold climate warming, so I use a small space heater which is also quieter instead. Of course anything can be swapped out to your specific preferences!
Depending on your needs, I could include the furniture or not. You can either buy the empty shell, or I’m happy to sell it to you “fully loaded” as well since everything in here was selected specifically for it. So that could include either the square-edged dark brown sofa which is actually a queen sized sleeper sofa (which I’ve never used because it would just barely fit fold out!) or a very fun and colorful printed day bed which I recently replaced in there, so right now either is available. I also have a cool hinged dining table that opens up and then swivels around into twice the size, and all of my chairs are upholstered hardwood hinged chairs that can be folded and hidden away for when you have company but are really nice quality.
If you’re interested, drop me a line! Oh yeah, and the house, as mentioned in the title, was featured on an episode of Tiny House Hunters back in March. 🙂