This tiny house on a trailer is completely unique.
It was built earlier this year (2011) and has yet to be lived in.
The house is 24′ long and 8′ wide.
The tallest point on it is 13’5″.
And guess what? It’s got a power fold up 6′ by 8′ deck with removable railings.
I had always wondered why this hadn’t been done and now I know that it has.
This one has two sleeping lofts. One is 8′ by 8′ and the other is 6′ by 8′ both having two dormers each.
It’s currently listed for sale on Craigslist for $38,000 in the Santa Cruz, California area.
There are so many possible uses for this house…
- Guest cabin
- Instant addition
What could you see yourself using it for?
The deck is made out of redwood. The siding is 1 x 8 redwood.
The railings you see there are removable and the actual porch folds up.
Below is what it looks like as you’re walking inside.
Kitchen is towards your left and the full bathroom is on the right. Pretty simple :)
Built in shelves you can use as an entertainment center with storage.
Closer view of the kitchen shows you that it’s pretty much got everything you would need. I really like this sink because it seems like it’s big enough to easily wash your dishes.
In the picture below you can see the built in storage inside the wall to your right in the kitchen.
Let’s go to the bathroom…
Full sized shower, regular flush toilet and plenty of storage.
The ceilings are knotty pine and it’s already got a nice ceiling fan installed.
Below are some close ups of the dormers.
Windows are double pane vinyl.
Other details you may want to know:
- 2×4 construction
- 1/2″ sheer wall paneling
- Total of 304 square feet
- Costs about $200 per square foot to build
- 30 year composition shake roof
- Built in 2011
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