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288 Sq. Ft. Knoxville Tiny House on Wheels For Sale

This is a 288 sq. ft. tiny house on wheels in Knoxville, TN.

It’s listed for sale on the Tiny Home Builders Marketplace for $50,000.

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288 Sq. Ft. Knoxville Tiny House For Sale

288 Sq Ft Knoxville Tiny House on Wheels For Sale

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288 Sq Ft Knoxville Tiny House on Wheels For Sale

288 Sq Ft Knoxville Tiny House on Wheels For Sale

288 Sq Ft Knoxville Tiny House on Wheels For Sale

288 Sq Ft Knoxville Tiny House on Wheels For Sale

288 Sq Ft Knoxville Tiny House on Wheels For Sale

288 Sq Ft Knoxville Tiny House on Wheels For Sale

288 Sq Ft Knoxville Tiny House on Wheels For Sale

288 Sq Ft Knoxville Tiny House on Wheels For Sale

288 Sq Ft Knoxville Tiny House on Wheels For Sale

288 Sq Ft Knoxville Tiny House on Wheels For Sale

288 Sq Ft Knoxville Tiny House on Wheels For Sale

288 Sq Ft Knoxville Tiny House on Wheels For Sale

288 Sq Ft Knoxville Tiny House on Wheels For Sale

288 Sq Ft Knoxville Tiny House on Wheels For Sale

288 Sq Ft Knoxville Tiny House on Wheels For Sale

Highlights

  • 288 sq. ft.
  • Storage loft
  • 1 bedroom
  • 1bathroom
  • Laundry
  • Full kitchen

Quote

Gorgeous craftsman-style pine wood life-size dollhouse on wheels featuring a downstairs queen size sleeping room, a twin-size loft, full kitchen, bathroom, and spacious living room all compacted into an extremely unique layout with lots of windows for natural light!1

Learn more and inquire about it here.

Resources

  1. https://www.tinyhomebuilders.com/tiny-house-marketplace/details/288-sq-ft-off-grid-compatible-life-size-dollhouse
  2. http://www.tinyhousetown.net/2017/09/knoxville-craftsman-tiny-house.html

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  • Mary McGuirk September 15, 2017, 2:14 pm

    nice idea to make the lofted living area and the sleeping cupboard area beneath…gives privacy and more headroom…nice touch to have the bedlift for storage too…i am not sure that pine makes a good kitchen counter without lots of polyurethane or something

  • Alison September 15, 2017, 7:16 pm

    The counter is butcher block, which actually makes a very good work surface. Overall this unit is too woody for me, but a bit of paint on just one or two walls would fix that. I wish they would show us pictures of the bathroom.

  • JB Fitzpatrick September 16, 2017, 7:54 am

    Little pricey at $50k….. Nothing special with lighting or fixtures. Would be nice to see the bathroom. Too much of the “Knotty pine”…. looked too monochromatic. Sorry, hate to be critical, but just don’t see anything that warrants that price.

    • James D. September 16, 2017, 8:38 pm

      A lot of the costs comes from the extras the owner decided to include in the design… The living area above the loft is cantilevered back past the trailer, which is 22′ long, so total length becomes 24′ for extra two feet… So that had to be engineered to provide the support needed for the extension.

      The loft floor folds up for storage access, there’s two closets, owner has a stacked washer/dryer in the bathroom next to the composting toilet on the left… There’s the mini-split and there’s a total of 13 windows…

      Btw, depending on the types of windows a typical Tiny House can have over $8000 in just windows… Sometimes the costs can be staring us in the face but many will miss it because not everyone knows what that costs…

      Another hidden cost is the front end, which was given a reversed gable to break up the roof design, which added about $1800 to the cost… This sort of add on gives a better visual appeal but requires a lot of work and precision to construct and still provide a water proof exterior that’s structurally sound… Mind, the house has be tow-able on the highways and that feature will thus need to be able to handle over 60 MPH winds and never compromise the wall integrity…

      The whole thing was also built fast, just one week… and the owner put some work into it herself, so the asking price includes some compensation to her as well…

      Thing with custom builds is one person’s work of art can be another person’s junk pile… Some people will love the all wood interior and others will hate it…

      But regardless of whether it appeals to you or anyone else, these things can take a lot of work to get made. So costs aren’t always obvious unless you know what it took to get it made…

      Sometimes what looks nicer can actually be cheaper to make as well…

      But generally small details can add up, like kitchen cabinets can cost as little as a few hundred on up to over $20,000 depending on those details…

      While custom builds can often be a mix of high end details with less than artistic finishes and budget cutting sections that often hide where most of the cost went to…

      Like spray foam insulation on a unit this size is just under $1800… Other forms of insulation can be cheaper but not as effective… Mind, better insulation means you can spend less on heating and cooling over the life of the house. So some costs provide benefits you’ll only realize when actually living in the space…

      Overall, despite seeing where some of the costs come from I do agree the asking price is a bit high but the owner is in need and I hope she can get what she’s asking for it…

      There are builders who would charge even more for something like this, so while those who may be interested may be few, it’s still possible it’ll sell…

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