Hello and thank you for taking time to view this tiny house build!
Note: The $58,000 includes the home being completed.
Below you will find a list of facts/features about this tiny house. I am a professional carpenter and have been building this home for my wife and I to live in as our permanent dwelling. Some huge life events happened, altering our priorities, and thus we will no longer be living in our tiny house. What was going to be our gem could be yours!
Better pictures to come as we finish the exterior painting of this sharp gray blue with crisp white trim and as the interior continues!
The home is currently a simple shell but licensed electricians and plumbers are slated to do the roughing in during the week of July 11th and the final hook-ups of lights, switches, outlets, faucets, toilet, etc once the cabinets and shiplap is installed and painted. The outside measures 8.5′ wide, 24′ long (minus the porch but the loft overhangs that), and 13’3″ tall.
The awesome part about this is that YOU CAN CUSTOMIZE the FINISHES to meet your design preferences!
– Licensed Electrical (50 Amp box and plug, able to be plugged in at most RV parks)
– Licensed Plumbing (to be hooked into sewer system, OR could use a composting toilet and only drain the gray water into a garden if that’s your thing)
– Licensed/Professional closed-cell spray insulation (very high R-value, greatly strengthens the structural integrity of this already very structurally sound tiny house. For more on this, keep reading)
– Structure: 2×4 framing (no nails, only 3-1/2″ screws), 4×6 glu-lam ridge beam, hurricane straps applied to every joist and to all windows, structure securely mounted to Tiny House Basics trailer with nuts/bolts every 2 feet and at every corner/edge, walls also lag bolted together. Long story short, this house is not going anywhere until the trailer takes it.
– Front porch for sitting
– LP Lap-Siding and trim
– 26GA Horizon-Loc (Concealed Fastener) Roof System in Light Stone Color
– 6 stabilizing jacks
– “Cathedral” ceilings. It does feel roomy for a tiny house.
– 9000 BTU Pioneer Mini Split A/C and Heat Pump system
– RTG-64XLP Outdoor Propane Tankless Water Heater, up to 6.4 gallons/minute of hot water!
– Comes with a brand new 24″ apartment sized refrigerator (bottom)/freezer (top), small microwave, and 20″ propane powered range with electric exhaust directly venting outside. All appliances are white.
– Storage in staircase to sleeping loft
– Storage in floor of sleeping loft
– Storage loft extendable for housing extra guests! (ask for more details about the engineering and functionality of this design)
– Large closet (for a tiny house)!
– Lots of windows…so lots of light! (4 large awning windows in loft, combination of single hung, double hung and sliding windows)
– 3 Velux Venting Skylights (these are reused from a previous application but are in great condition.)
– I have a lighting plan but we could customize the placement and choice of lights.
– I also have oil-rubbed bronze fixtures (lights, faucet, showerhead, hinges, etc…) picked out to install but can customize that as well.
– I had planned to shiplap the walls and paint them white, using dark stained wood as accents around windows and at important architectural features.
– Maple, Butcher Block counters, actually made from a beautiful Maple, wood floor that I tore up for a customer who wanted a different floor…throwing this beautiful wood away would be a crime! This is slated to be oiled, as a normal butcher block is.
– The cabinets and closet/stairs are all custom cabinets with full extension drawers. As a carpenter, I can customize the cabinets as well but I do have plans for those as well. These are slated to be painted white.
– 2 custom Barn doors (closet and bathroom) along with sliding pantry in front of bathroom (ask for more information about this). These are all slated to be painted white.
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