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20 Ft Traditional THOW For Sale: $39,950


Here’s a cozy 20-foot THOW for sale in Cement City, Michigan. The custom-built tiny house includes a traditional tiny house layout, with the living room by the front door, followed by a galley kitchen and then the bathroom. The loft bedroom sits above the bathroom.

The house has a stainless steel sink and a mini-fridge included, and I imagine you could plug in an induction cooktop to make meals. There’s an built-in L-shaped couch with open storage beneath it.

The seller is asking $39,950 and you can make an offer or ask additional questions here.

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Tiny House with Lovely Exterior Striping

The L-shaped kitchen provides a spot to eat as well.

The loft sits over the bathroom.

Built-in sofa in the living room.

I like the open shelving underneath.

The bathroom has a mini sink.

And a shower stall.

There’s a flush toilet installed.

Carpeted loft bedroom.

I love that natural wood strip on the exterior.

Highlights:

  • Tiny home on wheels 20 feet/ 8feet/ 12.5 ft high
  • Cedar exterior
  • Maple interior
  • Lg mini split system (heat and cools)
  • 50amp
  • 100% custom built
  • Comes with sway bars
  • Comes with mini fridge
  • Built on tiny home builders trailer
  • $39950

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Natalie C. McKee

Natalie C. McKee is a contributor for Tiny House Talk and the Tiny House Newsletter. She's a wife, and mama of three little kids. She and her family are homesteaders with sheep, goats, chickens, ducks and quail on their happy little acre.
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  • David Pedersen
    November 28, 2020, 5:31 pm

    Sorry, but it has lousy craftsmanship on the inside. Panels, which have not been aligned properly and water pipes on the floor. Who the hell lets water pipes lay on the floor? One hard knock and you have a water disaster.

  • Paul Larsen
    November 28, 2020, 9:15 pm

    This little house looks fine to me! As far as the water pipes are concerned, they are most likely installed that way to avoid freezing in winter , They are out of the way, however they could have been installed above the floor a bit and covered with a molding. What I was wondering is how to get to the loft . I never saw a ladder of stairs for that.

  • Victoria Banaszak
    December 6, 2020, 4:10 pm

    The price for what looks to be shabby workmanship is way out of line. It just doesn’t have the finish I would expect for that price. It looks very amature.

    • James D.
      December 7, 2020, 2:02 am

      Actually, it’s just not yet fully finished… This is how interiors look before they apply the final trim, paint, details like backsplashes, etc. Not unusual for sellers to sell them not yet fully finished if it wasn’t the original plan to sell it and they’re just forced to sell it because the original deal fell through and now they have to recoup costs… The only real issues would be the exposed plumbing in the bathroom and the carpeted loft but those can be fixed…

      As for price, for commercially built tiny house prices, for your standard road legal width models that was custom built, basically breaks down per linear foot of length to $2K for your basic builds on up to $3K for high end… but that’s before the high lumber prices builders are dealing with this year… So prices are bit higher than normal right now…

      While a shell with nothing done on the interior yet would usually be around $20K for a 20’… To get a better idea where this stands…

      Besides, it sounds like they are willing to negotiate and take a different offer… If it’s the builder selling it they may also offer options like finishing it or making changes before handing it off, negotiating the price of course…

  • Maria Kentala
    December 7, 2020, 6:44 am

    No windows in the loft is not safe. Don’t like where the refrigerator is. Other it is nice.

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