This is a custom $35k tiny house on wheels.
It’s for sale and located in Anchorage, Alaska.
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Custom $35k Tiny House
Just under 200 square foot tiny house on wheels. House was built with the help of a contractor in Colorado.
This house has some special touches and was mindfully planned and constructed. The trailer and plans for the house are from tiny house building companies to ensure sound design and planning.
The house has sheep’s wool insulation, 7 windows, a door with window, and a skylight in the loft for loads of natural light.
Some of the aesthetic touches include the live edge russian olive window sills, a custom walnut fold out table, barn wood wall accents from old barns in CO, beetle-kill pine from CO, reclaimed cedar siding, and shou sugi ban loft flooring. The woodstove is a model made by a gentleman in Canada and keeps the tiny nice and cozy in winter.
The house is secured to a 20′ tiny house trailer (the storage shed hangs off the back) and the house is 8.5′ at its widest point and just under 13.5′ tall.
The house is compatible with an extension cord at 15 amps or to plug in to 30 amp RV park systems. There is a holding tank for water under the sink and a shower on the adjacent wall. There’s a propane hot water heater and electrical pump under the sink as well.
There is space in the bathroom for what ever kind of toilet you desire to install. The house also has a spacious 10 cu ft refrigerator and 3 burner propane stove.
Serious inquiries only, please. We are interested in a cash offer. $35000 OBO
The couch pictured is removable if desired. Most artwork, decor, and organizers are negotiable to stay with the house.
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