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32′ Tiny House On Skids For Sale

This 32′ tiny house on skids for sale is a guest post by Jimmy

This 32′ tiny home was built by my kids and me with love and energy-efficiency in mind.

It’s 8 ft. wide by 32 ft long. It actually has two bedrooms! And it’s built on skids for easy transport.

I also have a 1/2 an acre for sale if someone needs a place to keep the home. No restrictions on the land, you can pretty much do anything on it. I’m asking $16k for this tiny house.

32′ Tiny House On Skids For Sale

Jimmy's 32' Tiny House on Skids For Sale

Images © Jimmy

Jimmy's 32' Tiny House on Skids For Sale

Jimmy's 32' Tiny House on Skids For Sale

Jimmy's 32' Tiny House on Skids For Sale

Jimmy's 32' Tiny House on Skids For Sale

Jimmy's 32' Tiny House on Skids For Sale

Jimmy's 32' Tiny House on Skids For Sale

Jimmy's 32' Tiny House on Skids For Sale

Images © Jimmy

I’m willing to take cars plus cash for the sale. If you’re seriously interested you can get in touch with me at 2one0-2nine0-01eight6. Thanks!

Jimmy

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  • Debra VS April 18, 2015, 10:00 pm

    Looks like sliding glass doors next to the kitchen. Is that right?

  • Breda Mason April 19, 2015, 12:10 am

    where is the 1/2 acre land ? thanks, Brenda

  • Bev April 19, 2015, 1:30 am

    What an interesting proposition. 32′ seems perfect for length. Do you have the floor plans to show here in terms of placement of bedrooms and bath? Also, will you post a pic of the land you are selling. Where is the property? What is the cost or is the $16,000 inclusive? Very interesting. Looking forward to hearing more about it. Sounds like a great opportunity!

  • Ruckus April 19, 2015, 7:45 am

    You have gotten my attention where is it located?

  • Miguel April 19, 2015, 8:03 am

    I love these tiny homes but, for the cost, you might as well buy a nice new or used self contained travel trailer that can be moved easily.

  • C. April 19, 2015, 8:03 am

    Yes, I was also wondering about location.

  • Lannette April 19, 2015, 8:11 am

    Chow, not sure not sure if you can edit your post but by listing the phone# outright you’ve left him vulnerable to the very web nasties he was trying to avoid by using this (2one0-2nine0-01eight6) format.

    • Lannette April 19, 2015, 8:14 am

      No, I guess there is no way to edit. As I’m unable to edit the name Chow which is apparently the autocorrect version of Cahow.

    • Cahow April 20, 2015, 9:53 am

      Lannette: I’m SO sorry! It didn’t occur to me about Web Nasties, in regard to the phone number. I didn’t have a Scooby as to “why” he wrote out his number as opposed to leaving the number. I see so many people leave contact information in their posts that it didn’t register that my listing it would cause potential harm. I’m glad that Alex deleted my post and that also Joyce caught my error in the area code.

      “Chow” = “Cahow”? LOL

      • Alex April 20, 2015, 10:36 am

        No worries my friend! Now more of us know 😀

        • Cahow April 20, 2015, 12:48 pm

          You’re a peach, Alex. 😀

      • Lannette April 20, 2015, 6:49 pm

        Cahow,
        All’s well that ends well. I kind of figured you didn’t understand the reason for the scrambled phone #. And yes, apparently Chow=Cahow. What does “Scooby” stand for? Lol!

        • Dean April 20, 2015, 7:15 pm

          If I don’t miss my guess, “Scooby” is as in “Scooby Doo”, the popular Saturday morning cartoon that aired in the 1970’s.
          In this case, I interpret it as “info” or “intel”.
          Replacement slang for “411”, which never made sense to me, since “information” is area code + 555-1212 (or was at one time, anyway).

        • Lannette April 20, 2015, 7:24 pm

          Dean, I did realize Scooby might refer to Scooby do but it didn’t seem to fit the sentence posted which was, “I didn’t have a Scooby as to “why” he wrote out his number as opposed to leaving the number.” LOL!

        • Cahow April 20, 2015, 7:37 pm

          Lannette: Blame it on my Scottish husband, my use of Scottish Rhyming Slang. LOL “Scooby” = I don’t have a clue. He uses it all the time and although I’m familar with 90% of the references, there’s times o’ plenty where I must beg his indulgence to do a translation or two for me.

          Here’s an example: “Are ye corned beef? I said sit doon on yer chorus and we’ll have a wee Salvador. Mine’s a Mick Jagger by the way.”

          Translation: “Are you deaf? I said sit down on your arse and we’ll have a wee drink. Mine’s a lager, by the way.” SMH

        • Lannette April 20, 2015, 7:43 pm

          Ah! And here I was, thinking it was a different word that had been autocorrected to the word Scooby. 🙂

  • RHawk April 19, 2015, 8:38 am

    Area code is San Antonio, TX, area. But these days, with everyone keeping numbers when they move, it’s hard to be certain.

  • Joyce April 19, 2015, 8:59 am

    2one0 is 210 not 201 area code. Area 210 is near San Antonio, Texas, whereas, 201 is near Newark New Jersey.

  • Jill April 19, 2015, 9:39 am

    looks good. Assuming unfinished inside. How could it be moved to NC. What kind of toilet and electric system. Is that all complete. Looking a home for disabled adult child. Size sounds perfect. Willing to take a road trip if still available. Please let me know. Thanks. Are you starting as a business and would you be willing to do another build if sold?

  • Ellen April 19, 2015, 10:41 am

    Would like to know location of 1/2 acre of land and would like to see floor plan??

  • Terrie C. Williams April 19, 2015, 11:55 am

    If it is in the San Antonio area, the land is scrub land/sendera. Things will grow on it but you have to water the hell out of it. I used to live 50 mi. south of SA where it is ALL sendera (semi-desert). Lots of cactus, saw palms, Mesquite trees, rattlers, scorpions, Mule Deer and Javalina Hogs. Did I mention it gets to 120F…..in the shade? No? Well, now ya know. Not much rain either, but when it does rain–it’s a spectacular lightning/thunder show.
    This is also why land is so cheap in that area of TX (South TX). May not be this way now, but when we were living there one could buy an acre of land for $250.00. That was in the early ’90’s. Like I said, it may not be that way now. Although, the further south one goes, the cheaper (and more desert-like) the land gets. Everything there is on deep well water.
    If one goes total solar power or wind jenny, you won’t have the horrendous utility bills in the summer/fall. Ours ran consistently around $300.00–$400.00 per month May to October (no telling what it would run now, 20+ yrs later). I am sure this tiny house for sale is heavily insulated against the heat.
    Not trying to ward anyone off from buying this place, just letting people know what it’s honestly like to live in that area of the country.

  • Sgmaps April 19, 2015, 12:16 pm

    It looks well enough finished for now, & for the price tag of $16K you could add upper storage in the kitchen, the appliances & a fold down table for eating. I am assuming that the end with the double doors may be one of the bdrms & the bathroom & the single door at the other end is a bedroom & that narrow area for either storage or a closet. Its a good basic home for one or two people & was constructed with energy efficiency in mind. You could consider installing solar panels on the roof & possibly in the ground beside. It would be interesting to find out how much he is asking for the land.

  • Karen R April 19, 2015, 12:37 pm

    Very good price, but a floor plan would be nice as well as the location (could more than one tiny home be situated on the half acre?).

    Miguel, as a former longtime full-time RVer, I want to say that an RV and a house are very different as far as construction, durability, and long-term value.

  • Dean April 19, 2015, 2:09 pm

    Interesting that poster names himself “Jimmy”, but a Google search of the phone number shows it belongs to someone named Jay Arteaga.
    Why use a false name?
    “Jay” would be just as hard to trace as “Jimmy”, but now he looks a little suspicious.
    Google search also shows that phone number corresponds with someplace that sells shed in Lockhart, Wimberly and Canyon Lake Texas.

    • Sandi B April 23, 2015, 12:22 am

      Dean,

      Actually, if you were looking to build a small home on a piece of land a shed would not be a bad way to go to get the shell — You can get all sizes of sheds with lofts, double garage buildings with a second story all for under $10,000. They come with windows, doors and you could do whatever you wanted as regards the inside. Some even have porches.
      Not a bad way to go.

      • Dean April 23, 2015, 11:18 pm

        Absolutely! I’m working a 16×12 layout in my head as I type this. It’s based on a shed I saw at a local hardware store.
        Many are built remarkably well these days.

    • Michelle April 23, 2015, 9:12 am

      It’s probably just a nickname. Both Jimmy and Jay can be used as nicknames for James.

      He also has a YouTube account with a house tour under the name of Jimbo A: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=C7p_lJ4MsZM

      • Dean April 23, 2015, 11:20 pm

        I’ve known many people in my time named James and none of them ever referred to themselves as “Jay”.
        Jay is typically short for Jayson, or Jason.
        James tends to be shortened to Jim and its subsequent varients.
        Thanks for the video, though. Looks like a nice place.

  • LuAnn April 19, 2015, 5:22 pm

    Those bedrooms will be mighty narrow as its only 8′ wide. Maybe 40-41″? That’s barely a twin bed with a couple inches left over. Maybe a twin Murphy bed for during the day with room under storage…

  • zeena April 19, 2015, 7:56 pm

    Is the home on the 1/2 acre and is the price of the home include acre too.

  • Alex April 19, 2015, 10:43 pm

    Update from Jimmy: location is San Antonio, Texas. Thank you!

  • Jon A. Gibson April 20, 2015, 1:03 am

    Sorry to say, but that is ugly architecture. Efficient as it may be, that exterior looks like a Soviet gulag!

  • Brigitte April 20, 2015, 1:51 pm

    210 is a Texas area code, in the San Antonio area.

  • Brigitte April 20, 2015, 1:57 pm

    210 is a Texas area code, in the San Antonio area. Terrie, how would you know what it’s like to live in South Texas if you haven’t lived there in 20+ years? (And no, I’m not from San Antonio, tho I AM from Texas.)

    It’s not a bad area, y’all. San Antonio is a beautiful city. Yes, it’s hot in the summer, just like most of the South. If you want to be cool in the summer, don’t move to TX. There’s a oil boom going on at the moment, tho, so…..that means inflation, more traffic, more people vying for the same resources. It also means more opportunity. YMMV.

  • Dean April 20, 2015, 7:18 pm

    …OR…
    “Scooby” is a replacement word for “clue”, since the aforementioned cartoon had the gang following CLUES (which I apparently have none of) to solve the mystery’s they became wrapped up in every Saturday morning.
    …and Dean needs to go back to school and learn Inglish. Good thing I ain’t no Pro-Feshonell proof reeder. =)

  • Dean April 20, 2015, 8:22 pm

    Lanette – Apologies. I realized I had misread that part of Cahow’s post AFTER I posted my explanation, so I posted a corrected one, but for some reason, it ended up way up in the thread. Scroll back from here, you’ll see it!…
    …or I can just quote it here…

    “…OR…
    “Scooby” is a replacement word for “clue”, since the aforementioned cartoon had the gang following CLUES (which I apparently have none of) to solve the mystery’s they became wrapped up in every Saturday morning.
    …and Dean needs to go back to school and learn Inglish. Good thing I ain’t no Pro-Feshonell proof reeder. =)”

    I had no idea about the Scottish connection, though. Interesting tid bit, Cahow. =)

  • Dean April 20, 2015, 8:32 pm

    Lanette,

    Writing out one’s contact number is a common practice.
    Check Ebay and CL and you’ll see it used often in ads.
    Keep the bots / spammers / auto dialers from zoning in on you.
    …and I should apologize as well. I misread Cahow’s post and my initial explanation missed the point. When I posted a correction, it ended up way up in the thread.
    Scroll back up the replies and you’ll see it. Don’t know why it ended up way up there.

    Cahow – SALVADOR!….with a D! It does still exist! Thank you!!! I haven’t seen any in forever!

  • Shelly April 22, 2015, 3:43 pm

    Like everyone else I would have liked more info on the land, the price especially. Also more accurate knowledge of the home. Possibly a floor plan.

  • Susanne April 22, 2015, 11:47 pm

    On skids? Not familiar with that. This is horrible… Visited a relative in a lovely mobile home which she paid only 12,000 for…. This appears to be a mobile home., but a depressing one at that.

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