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20ft Pioneer Tiny House on Wheels (For Sale!)

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This is a 20′ tiny house on wheels from Tiny Idahomes.

It’s currently for sale with an asking price of $37,500.

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20ft Pioneer THOW by Tiny Idahomes (For Sale!)

20' Tiny House For Sale from Tiny Idahomes ($37,500)

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20' Tiny House For Sale from Tiny Idahomes ($37,500) 20' Tiny House For Sale from Tiny Idahomes ($37,500) 20' Tiny House For Sale from Tiny Idahomes ($37,500) 20' Tiny House For Sale from Tiny Idahomes ($37,500) 20' Tiny House For Sale from Tiny Idahomes ($37,500) 20' Tiny House For Sale from Tiny Idahomes ($37,500) 20' Tiny House For Sale from Tiny Idahomes ($37,500) 20' Tiny House For Sale from Tiny Idahomes ($37,500) 20' Tiny House For Sale from Tiny Idahomes ($37,500) 20' Tiny House For Sale from Tiny Idahomes ($37,500)
20' Tiny House For Sale from Tiny Idahomes ($37,500)

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  • 2 X 4 Construction
  • Blown in Fiberglass Batt Insulation – R-15 in walls, R-15 Ceiling and R-13 Floor
  • Board and Batt siding painted Sherwin Williams, Dark green
  • Exterior trim – natural cedar
  • Exterior accents – Natural cedar and rusted metal with cedar trim around it
  • Kinro windows – double pane – single hung – tempered glass
  • Interior walls White Bead Board with pine interior ceiling
  • Traffic master warm oak one piece vinyl flooring
  • Rear kitchen with White Arcadia cabinets and apartment style refrigerator
  • Butcher block countertops with stainless steel undermount sink and butcher block cover. Kitchen also has tall pantry cabinet with lots of space for storage
  • 7’ sleeping loft with pine floor and custom built stairs to the loft with closet built in the stairs
  • Front Bathroom with 36” one piece shower, small bathroom sink and regular porcelain toilet
  • LED Dome lights throughout the tiny house
  • Electric baseboard heater.
  • 6 gallon Suburban propane water heater
  • $37,500

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  • Delia
    October 12, 2017, 4:51 pm

    Yes, in a heartbeat. Though if I were to build it or to have it built I may add or change a few things but it would work just fine the way it is.

  • October 12, 2017, 5:10 pm

    It would not work for me since I have bad knees and the stairs and bed would be a problem for me. I need a mainfloor bedroom or no more than a gooseneck

  • Joy Baker
    October 12, 2017, 5:34 pm

    I like the layout of this THOW, however, I would like it as a 30-34 ft long model, rather than 20ft. That would allow for more room in the bath for a stackable washer & dryer, some shelving and, perhaps, a mirror. I like the windows in the bath and kitchen. Would have to have hrat and AC, as I live in the Southeast, where heat & humidity are high from around May to late Oct./early Nov. or later!! Would need a living area large enough to accommodate a sofa/storage/bed arrangement. I like the kitchen cabinets with space above them. Would need a microwave above stove w/ oven. Would need wiring/hookups for flatscreens in living and bedroom areas, plus for Inet/WIFI. Would need built in cubbie for litter box, as well. Windows should all open and have screens. Several others needs but wanted to just answer with these few.

  • Debby Sevano
    October 12, 2017, 5:40 pm

    Seriously? $37.5K. You’ll have tattoo regret buying this. RV’s have had 50 years of experience in construction and providing living spaces that maximize comfort. For that price, you can have a great travel trailer. This tiny house looks “cool,” but it’s behind the state-of-the-art of “tiny” living which is the new word for living in an RV.

    • James D.
      October 14, 2017, 11:11 pm

      Debby Sevano, I would agree that there are aspects of this THOW that bring into question whether it is actually worth the asking price, but in terms of Tiny Houses in general it’s erroneous to compare them to a regular RV and suggest the regular RV is automatically better…

      Understand that the RV’s you’re comparing to are not designed for full time living, because they are intended for recreational usage only, 50+ years hasn’t changed what they were being built and intended for, and the construction priority for RV’s is to make them as light as possible for easiest possible towing but this means the construction is very minimal and often lacking in things like insulation and long term durability.

      2×4 construction is something you only see on really high end RV’s, most others settle for significantly less and even down to 1×1’s, with lower cost RV’s offering little to no insulation and generally aren’t built to last very long without regular maintenance and repairs.

      Regular RV’s are also not generally custom made, those that are range in the hundreds of thousands on up into the millions normally.

      While those that do offer some level of good build quality are also higher priced… Take the 2017 Airstream Basecamp, it’s only a camper but it can cost over $47,000… And that offers basically no insulation, no extensive customization options, and is much smaller than this THOW.

      Travel Trailers that offer high end trailer chassis that allow for very stiff structures that allow for things like having drywall, tiled bathrooms, etc. generally run $130,000 and higher… Just having good tires and axles rated more than minimum requirements generally are in the $65,000 and higher models… Along with being the threshold for where you’ll usually start seeing higher end features like aluminum steps instead of steel, automatic leveling jacks, etc.

      Tiny Houses on the other hand are generally constructed to higher standards that make them more durable than most RV’s and offer better energy efficiency and insulation value that makes them actually more comfortable to live in and reduces long term costs more…

      Even those constructed to more RV standards but still custom built offer more than you’ll typically ever get from a regular RV.

      Options like a metal roof that are popular with many Tiny Houses can last 30-50 and even 70 years, vs the rubber roofs most RV’s use that you’ll probably replace countless times over the years. Even the Fiberglass roofs won’t last as long and are more costly to repair, but you generally won’t see a Fiberglass roof on a RV except in the higher range models that again will cost you a lot more than this THOW…

      There’s also something to be said about being able to choose what materials are used in the construction when we have to worry about off-gassing and other toxic elements in our living space and most RV designers don’t concern themselves with all the nuances of what a full time residence actually requires to ensure a healthy and long term viable living space.

      Most RV’s are manufactured with whatever is most economical and you don’t get any choice in what those materials are or how they are treated during the construction process.

      There’s also some materials like double to triple pane windows that offer good insulation value but cost thousands each, vs the typical single pane with low to no insulation value windows typically included with most regular RV’s and again, those high end RV’s that do include the better options will run you a lot higher in price.

      Other options like a Mini-Splits that you’ll see used in most Tiny Houses are also more energy efficient than your typical AC unit and are virtually whisper quiet compared to the often very noisy RV AC units… Much of how a Tiny House is constructed and what is generally put into them emphasize better energy efficiency and better long term livability.

      Something like a HRV/ERV HVAC is something you’ll practically never see in a RV but you would in a Tiny House…

      In terms of durability, in the upper range there have been a number of Tiny Houses that have gone through extremes like withstanding Hurricanes, like the recent Irma, and coming through intact. Some Tiny Houses are even rated to withstand winds over 200 MPH, which no standard RV has ever been built to withstand.

      So don’t mistake simple appearance for the entirety of what is being offered… Nor underestimate what value being able to have something completely customized for you can provide in a market that largely provides no such choice for anywhere near this price range.

      Unlike a regular RV, there’s almost nothing you couldn’t have changed in this if you had one build for you by them… and depending on your choices the price can actually go either way as there are both cheaper options and more expensive options to choose from…

      While there are also other builders to choose from, some can offer better prices than others but some can also offer better features and craftsmanship as part of the range of considerations, and unlike RV’s you can actually opt to build your own Tiny House yourself, which offers a way to get the price to the lowest possible…

      Regardless, there’s a lot you should actually consider when considering value and appearances can be deceiving if you don’t consider things like build quality and what features it may be offering besides just what is readily visible.

  • Kathy Handyside
    October 12, 2017, 8:18 pm

    This is really nice! And the price is perfect, too! I’m going to check out their other models!

  • BJ
    October 12, 2017, 9:08 pm

    I love the outside and I love the ceiling and roof. I like the kitchen too.
    Why baseboard electric heating?
    What is the bathroom door?
    And what is vinyl flooring , will it last a good while / whats under it?
    This is good for a suburb or city. Thanks for the pics.

  • Tom Osterdock
    October 12, 2017, 9:19 pm

    Very Nice. I would have to make a few modifications over time but nice price and nice house.

  • Barbar
    October 12, 2017, 10:46 pm

    Very cute, but no way I could live in it, way too small. Love the layout!

  • Michael L
    October 13, 2017, 12:37 am

    Amazing home for the price!

  • Susanne
    October 14, 2017, 6:07 pm

    I thought so also too high for this one…

  • Jenn
    October 16, 2017, 12:17 pm

    Love this house! So pretty & love how it has a full kitchen!

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