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Mohican Tiny House by Modern Tiny Living For Sale

This is the stunning Mohican Tiny House by Modern Tiny Living, the builder’s model home that’s for sale at a discount in Columbus, Ohio.

The house includes cream-painted poplar interior siding that contrasts with beautiful brown maple accents — one of my favorite color schemes. It has a loft bedroom, a spacious living area with built-in shelving (and a real, comfy couch!), a galley kitchen, and bathroom with an awesome sliding barn door for easy access.

Have questions? Details and the builder’s contact information are below!

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Mohican Tiny House by Modern Tiny Living For Sale

Images via Tiny Modern Living

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From Tiny Modern Living:

The Mohican is the finest quality 20 foot tiny home on the market. It’s a true “craftsman” home, with shiplap throughout, fantastic walnut finishing, and the highest end appliances available. This home would retail over $65,000 from most builders, and around $60,000 new from us. We are offering a fantastic discount because it has been our model home! It has never been lived in or slept in, and the appliances have only been tested, but never actively used. It’s under warranty, and ready to go!

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Highlights: 

  • Price: $50,000
  • Specifications:
  • 20 x 8.5 ft. trailer
  • First floor: 160 square feet
  • Loft: 70 square feet
  • Weight: ~9000 lbs.
  • Pine Siding/Cedar Trim
  • Anderson Double Paned Windows
  • Poplar Interior Walls & Cabinets
  • Brown Maple Counter Top, Barn Door, and Shelves
  • Galvanized pipe handles and fixtures
  • Metal Roof with 40 year warranty
  • Storage: Stairs, over-head kitchen, loft, downstairs closet, cabinets around fridge
  • Kitchen:
  • 32 in. farmer sink and premium faucet
  • 3 top propane stove
  • Brown Maple Butcher block counter with removable sink cutting board
  • Counter/table extension
  • 90 cubic foot fridge
  • Bathroom:
  • Nature’s Head Spider Handle Composting Toilet
  • Side Faucet Sink
  • 32 x 32 in. shower
  • Water/Heat/Insulation:
  • Rheem 30 amp hot water heater
  • 50 amp plug-in
  • 20 gallon gray water run-off water tank
  • Sprayed foam 3 inches for walls, ceilings and floors

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Natalie C. McKee

Natalie C. McKee

Natalie C. McKee is a contributing writer for Tiny House Talk and the Tiny House Newsletter. She is a coffee-loving wannabe homesteader who dreams of becoming self-sufficient in her own tiny home someday. Natalie currently resides in a tiny apartment with her husband, Casey, in Massachusetts.
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  • Kevin March 2, 2017, 1:04 pm

    Beautiful modern plumbing fixtures (love the kitchen sink faucet). Pity the interior designer then went with old plumbing pipe accents. I really think those two design elements clash. But each to their own taste of course.

  • ZACHARY E MOHRMANN March 2, 2017, 7:41 pm

    It is a beautiful house, and I think the price is about right… I just still can’t get into composting, and I don’t think I could get into it over time either… I guess I’m not as green as I’d like to think…

    • Natalie C. McKee Natalie C. McKee March 3, 2017, 5:32 am

      Oh sure you could 🙂 Imagine the freedom of no sewer hook ups!

      • Denise March 3, 2017, 8:52 am

        I think it’s time for a little education here: it is actually safer for the environment and hence ‘people’ to have human waste go to a sewage wastewater treatment facility to be broken down and treated. This is done without the use of chemicals. Composting human waste has to be done very wisely and most people don’t know that keeping human waste above ground, or even in a shallow pit in a compost situation can be dangerous for the local water supply, unlike a wastewater treatment plant which keeps waste totally separate and safely away from the drinking water supply until safely diffused. The microbes that are in human feces, cat feces, and dog feces are different than cow or horse manure or that of other ruminants and cannot be used to fertilize plants. The composting craze may ‘seem’ like a good one for the environment but in truth, from an environmental standpoint and from that of a disease one, is technically not as safe for humans to compost because of those microbes not being contained and potential contamination of local drinking waters.

        • Sara March 3, 2017, 10:34 am

          So, you’re basically saying that composting isn’t safe because we humans aren’t careful enough or smart enough to do it properly. Not a great a argument.

          I can see your point in an urban environment, but in a rural environment, safe composting is not difficult with a little education and common sense.

        • alice h March 3, 2017, 7:36 pm
        • Natalie C. McKee Natalie C. McKee March 6, 2017, 9:24 am

          Yes, there are undoubtedly dangers, but the link Alice had on humanure is very eye-opening 🙂 It addresses many of the concerns you posed here, and is worth the read.

      • ZACHARY E MOHRMANN March 3, 2017, 8:44 pm

        I know if I am going to pay 10’s of thousands of dollars for a place to live I will not be keeping a pail of saw dust in the house to bury what should be flushed away…! I am not vegetarian, and I love swine so much that I eat it as often as I can, and when I see cows I think hamburgers…. LoL…! So I know that it is not going to smell very pleasant no matter how much saw dust I put on it… Being a Tiny House besides, I wouldn’t want to invite friends to visit if I did …! What do you tell them, you own a tiger…..?

        • lsb March 4, 2017, 3:56 am

          There’s always electric incinerating toilet turns waste into ash, pricey but, at least its gone. If I ever did move into a Tiny House that is the first thing I would do replace the composting toilet, about 1k more than a composting toilet and stainless steel.

        • Natalie C. McKee Natalie C. McKee March 6, 2017, 9:02 am

          Those are super cool and freaky 🙂 But a nice option!

        • Natalie C. McKee Natalie C. McKee March 6, 2017, 9:13 am

          I’m not suggesting the sawdust type, but they have nice ones like Nature’s Head that I think make the waste much more acceptable to handle. I agree, I don’t think I’d do the sawdust one haha.

    • Roxann Suits March 3, 2017, 7:50 pm

      I agree with you. All I can think about is a human cat litter box, lol.

  • Rusty Kerr March 2, 2017, 8:42 pm

    Very nice and storage for the size. Would be very comfortable for a young person. Sure beats high rent or mortgage.

  • Andrea March 2, 2017, 10:29 pm

    Cute as a button but pricey!

  • Danielle DiLisio March 3, 2017, 1:31 pm

    Really nice and only 3 hours away from me. I would LOVE this if I were a wee bit younger (at 45, that loft would kill me).

    • Modern Tiny Living May 5, 2017, 11:02 am

      Thanks Danielle! We do build homes (usually 24 ft.) with first floor bedrooms should you wish to talk. We could build something very similar for you 🙂 Feel free to shoot us an email at [email protected] if you’re interested.

  • Aneides Tiny Homes March 3, 2017, 3:17 pm

    It looks like these guys put some thought into their layout and craftsmanship. Good job guys! Nice house!

    Greg Sours
    Aneides Tiny Homes

  • Bob W March 3, 2017, 6:15 pm

    Tight bathroom. If you are one of those considered to be “morbidly obese” (it’s a medical term), you wouldn’t be able to fit in that bathroom. Made for skinny people only. Real problem for us oldsters who are a bit on the over size wise situations. Also, football players and wrestlers would find that bathroom off limits for the same reason. The target market for this particular tinny home is for anyone weighing less than 110 lbs and a waist size less than 30 inches. Just saying, as that’s my impression from the photos.

    • alice h March 3, 2017, 7:49 pm

      Plenty of room in that bathroom for fat old ladies like me. I have a sawdust bucket composting toilet in a 32″x32″ space that can be used as a shower by simply removing the bucket (sink is elsewhere). I have no problems using the space for either purpose and I am quite large, almost double that weight and waist size. I also have bad knees (walk with 2 canes) so I made the toilet up a bit higher. I find a lot of the tiny house bathrooms ridiculously large for the amount of time spent in them.

    • Natalie C. McKee Natalie C. McKee March 6, 2017, 9:15 am

      Definitely a tight squeeze 🙂

  • catherine March 3, 2017, 11:53 pm

    I like this although I couldn’t afford it.I like the layout.Any plans available?

  • ROSEE March 5, 2017, 8:27 am

    A beautiful TH. Everything neatly planned and well place. But that ladder is a killer! For me anyways! Two thumbs up!

  • Larry March 6, 2017, 1:37 am

    Sharp house. Very impressed with the arrangement. I too would switch to a toilet. I would attach it to a septic system (private or public) and add a solar system to be more off the grid.

  • ZACHARY E MOHRMANN March 6, 2017, 10:50 am

    I am not throwing rice on my poo either, as I think that to be totally asinine, when there are people in this world who are starving, and children who are dying of malnutrition all over the world including the U.S……! We have come a long way to become civilized humans only to turn around and do something totally uncivilized…? I don’t think so…!

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