This light and colorful tiny house on wheels was custom built in Tennessee. It is not quite 2 years old. I am the original owner and have lived in it the whole time with some AirBnB renting on the side, so for those of you looking more for an income investment I can tell you that it rents really well!
Even though the interior footprint is only 130 SF it can actually sleep 3-4 people because it has both a queen sized loft and a twin sized loft, plus room for a daybed below. The bathroom separates from the rest of the space with a sliding door and there are four lineal feet of closet/clothing/shelving space within it so you can get dressed in private rather than your clothes being stored out in the main area like a lot of other tiny houses do. No need to pull the curtains every time you change…
I love the layout because it’s totally open in the middle with the kitchen on one end and the bathroom on the other. No narrow galley space here and the ceilings are 10 feet high so the headroom gives it a much more spacious feel than it would seem. One of my favorite features is that it has a totally flat roof which can be used as a roof deck, so awesome for sunset watching and enjoying your view.
Please note: I do recommend this house for warmer weather climates mostly due to the flat roof but also, as you can see from the photos, it has TONS of windows (10 to be exact!) which is a lot for such a small space, so even though the house is insulated, there is lots of glass which is never as warm as double walls.
The place has some nice small details such as curtain rods along the edges of both lofts which can be used to visually separate them from each other as well as from the space below, providing privacy where there otherwise wouldn’t be any. There is also a ladder hook to store the loft access ladder on off the floor during the day when not in use. I added nice window sills to the original shell so they can be used for plants, candles, or pottery display, etc. From the outside, you can access the extra 32 SF cabinet that is great for storing seasonal belongings, camping equipment, or anything else you own that you don’t need inside the house all the time. My friends call it my “garage” lol.
In the kitchen I have a great freezer on the bottom fridge which would come with the house and is EnergyStar efficient. For climate control there is a wall unit in the smaller loft that provides both A/C and heat to the space. The front entry deck (6′ x 8′), stairs, and material for the roof above it would also be included with the purchase and just needs to be built in place again after transportation.
Depending on your needs, I could probably also include some or all of the existing furniture for an additional cost, since it was purchased specifically to fit the house and functions well but the price posted here is just for the empty shell with all attached items such as the 12-gallon water heater located in the utility cabinet accessed from the hitch side.
If you’re interested, please drop me a line! And, if the house already looks familiar to you, that might be because it was featured on an episode of Tiny House Hunters back in March of 2016. 🙂