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This unique tiny portable studio was built as an additional bedroom but it can be used as an office, guest room, meditation nook, massage studio, vacation rental, or personal living space. It’s perfect for someone who wants privacy or their own inspirational space but doesn’t want the hassle of obtaining a permit to build. It was built by an incredibly gifted craftsman. Materials were carefully hand picked. We used it on our farm as our bedroom. It was nestled alongside the river during summer. We ran an extension cord from our barn for electricity. It was a wonderful relaxing retreat. Many people refer to our small space as a “sanctuary.” It’s a beauty.
This 8×16 handcrafted portable studio (120 square feet) sits sturdy on a double axle flatbed trailer made for us by Leonard. Non toxic products were selected and used for the inside from start to finish. We used all local wood. Poplar floors, handcrafted maple door with stain glass, non toxic insulation, american clay plaster walls (the plastered walls gives the studio a warm feeling), ceiling fan, cathedral ceilings, small loft for storage, passive solar energy efficient “Serious” Windows, wall electric heater, beautiful lighting features and excellent air flow with a window of each wall. Easy to hook up anywhere 110/120.
120 Sq. Ft. Tiny House on Wheels For Sale
Images © Michael & Grace
Images © Michael & Grace
This very unique special space has hardly been used and is in great condition. Since it is a studio it does not have a bathroom or kitchen. It was specifically built as a relaxing separate sleeping space and meditation room. Looking for someone who will cherish this creation as much as we did! It’s superb!
If you’re interested, it’s located in Asheville, North Carolina with an asking price of
$30,000 $24,000. Please contact Grace and Michael at [email protected] or 540-319-8409. Thanks!
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