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200 Sq. Ft. Tiny Giant House For Sale

This 200 sq. ft. Tiny Giant House on wheels is for sale right now!


The asking price is $60,000 USD. This tiny home is permanently attached to a 24′ trailer.

If you include the loft space the home offers a total of about 312 sq. ft. of usable space inside. It weighs about 13,800lbs and sits on dual 7,000lbs axles. This home includes a built in chicken coop, rainwater collection system, solar array, aquaponics system, 45 gallon water storage tank, and more.

When you go inside you’ll find a 9.2cuft refrigerator, full size washer/dryer combo, SunMar composting toilet, LG Mini Split AC/Heater, and more. See for yourself below! Please enjoy and re-share with your friends if you want. Thank you!

200 Sq. Ft. Tiny Giant House For Sale

200 Sq. Ft. Tiny Giant House For Sale

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Learn more: https://tinygianthouse.wordpress.com/2015/08/20/tinygianthouse-1-up-for-sale/

Related: Tiny Giant House on Wheels with Onboard Chicken Coop!

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  • Lannette August 23, 2015, 3:16 pm

    Unless I’m mistaken the floor plan looks very different than the layout in the pictures.

    • Rob Irwin August 23, 2015, 3:22 pm

      Thanks for the comment, Lannette. However, it is spot on exactly the same, except for the refrigerator and washer/dryer swap. Moving the washer/dryer along with the clothing storage towards the bathroom made more sense. 😉

      Rob

      • Lannette August 23, 2015, 3:35 pm

        Ah,now I see! That’s what threw me off.

      • Alex August 24, 2015, 9:37 am

        Thanks Rob!

      • sc August 24, 2015, 10:59 am

        I dont understand. Its a great tiny house, creative and original. I saw the show Tiny house,Big Living. I thought you built the house for yourself. Why are you selling so soon?

        • Rob Irwin August 24, 2015, 11:13 am

          [sc]

          You are correct, I did design the house to live in. I would also like to impart upon others the opportunity to experience how fun tiny living can be, while continuing to design and build tiny’s that far exceed the picture in many minds of what a tiny house is and is not. 😉

          Building these things, obviously take quite a bit of time and consideration due to the space constraints. They also absorb a lot of capital costs as well as personal time. That is to say, I want to build more and to help me do that I am willing to part with TinyGiant to see my future ambitions come to fruition. 😉

          I will say, it is a super sweet home! I love everything about it, so it’s hard in that regard to let’er go, but design evolution never stops.

          Cheers,
          Rob

  • Lynnette August 23, 2015, 3:16 pm

    I just saw this on TV I believe.

  • Susan August 24, 2015, 3:53 pm

    Anyone out there who can have the insight to build senior and disabled folks tiny homes ?

  • sandra August 25, 2015, 7:55 am

    NICE PROFIT – if you can sell it for $60,000

    • Rob Irwin August 25, 2015, 9:22 am

      Sandra,
      Full dislosure, not really. It took me 4 months to build and over 1200 hours. Plus, the tool costs, working and scheduling additional professional assistance to get some of the systems in right, and the hit I took in my other profession from dedicated so much time to it. I’m actually losing money. In addition, if you look at all of the professionally built homes I am more than competitive in pricing.

      Thanks for your thoughts, though. I wish I could agree.
      Rob

      • Alex August 25, 2015, 11:53 am

        Thanks, Rob! You did a great job and I think it’s a very fair price considering everything you’ve put into it. That being said, many still won’t appreciate it but that’s okay 😀

        • Rob Irwin August 25, 2015, 1:39 pm

          Classic, Mass Production vs. Craftsmanship dilemma we allow in modern culture. Ironic for tiny living? 😉

  • Patrick August 29, 2015, 11:34 am

    Rob, can I ask why you’re selling it?

  • ZACHARY E. MOHRMANN August 26, 2016, 12:36 am

    I have to say it is a beautiful house, and yes it is fairly priced….!

  • William Baird August 26, 2016, 12:50 pm

    I saw this place at the Jamboree! My kids and I loved the climbing wall into the loft and the water catchment system. I thought your house stole the show! I was inspired by it and can’t wait to design and build my own. I can assure folks that the ingenuity and creativity that went into this house is astounding and sets it apart from about any other I have seen. It is well worth the price! I hope a buyer sees this and makes it possible for you to pursue future tiny endeavors. I, for one, am excited to see what you come up with next. Kudos!

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