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220sf Custom Tiny House With Full Sized Home Features In Montana (For Sale)

This is a custom-built tiny house on wheels in Bozeman, Montana. It has all the features of a full-sized home, and it is for sale at $64,900. You may view the posting at the Facebook Tiny House Marketplace Group.

It features a beautiful reclaimed wood exterior, living room that can accommodate a full-size couch, kitchen with stainless steel appliances, and bedroom that fits a queen-size bed and has plenty of storage. It has a separate bathroom, and the buyer can choose the toilet that suits them. Check out the photos and share your thoughts. Would you like to live in this tiny house? If you want to ask more questions or make an offer, please do it here.

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220sf Custom Tiny House For Sale At $65k In Bozeman, Montana

220sf Custom Tiny House With Full Sized Home Features In Montana (For Sale)

Images via Facebook Tiny House Marketplace/NoahWeinstein

220sf Custom Tiny House With Full Sized Home Features In Montana (For Sale) 220sf Custom Tiny House With Full Sized Home Features In Montana (For Sale) 220sf Custom Tiny House With Full Sized Home Features In Montana (For Sale) 220sf Custom Tiny House With Full Sized Home Features In Montana (For Sale) 220sf Custom Tiny House With Full Sized Home Features In Montana (For Sale) 220sf Custom Tiny House With Full Sized Home Features In Montana (For Sale) 220sf Custom Tiny House With Full Sized Home Features In Montana (For Sale) 220sf Custom Tiny House With Full Sized Home Features In Montana (For Sale) 220sf Custom Tiny House With Full Sized Home Features In Montana (For Sale)

Images via Facebook Tiny House Marketplace/NoahWeinstein

Beautiful 220 sq ft tiny home. This home has a reclaimed wood exterior with a shed roof and all the comforts of a full sized home. The kitchen has a handsome solid wood slab counter-top as well as stainless steel appliances. The oven/stove runs on propane. The Energy Star rated refrigerator sits in a custom cabinet with plenty of extra storage overhead. All of the windows are wood framed with metal clad on the exterior.

The living room has plenty of space to accommodate a full size couch as well as a small dining room table or desk. The main living space is 8ft tall at it’s high point and gently slopes down to 6ft 5” at the lower end.

There is an electric washer/dryer combo in the unit. You will never run out of hot water as there is an on demand hot water heater. The heater runs on propane and is battery operated so you will have hot water available even off grid. The plumbing is all within the unit. There are no pipes in any of the exterior walls or under the trailer so you will never have to worry about frozen pipes.

The bedroom is lofted out over the gooseneck portion of the trailer. It is only two steps up to the space which fits a queen sized mattress. There is a generous 4ft 8” of headroom at the high point of the bedroom and a little over 3ft at the lowest point. An exposed cedar closet sits right outside the bedroom with plenty of shelving and space to hang garments. There is also a small closet at the back end of the bedroom where you can store those items that you don’t want all of your guests to see.

There is a full separate bathroom in the unit with a walk in shower, sink, and medicine cabinet. The unit currently has no toilet as that will be left up to the purchaser. the price of a toilet and installation (up to $1000) is included in my asking price. I just want to make sure it’s the right fit for the purchaser. A composting toilet is recommended but if the buyer has easy access to city sewage or a septic system then a flush toilet may be the way to go. There is plenty of closet space behind the shower to store your essentials.

Heat is supplied by two low profile wall hanging Envi heaters. One is located in the main living space and the other in the bedroom. The heaters are super energy efficient and only use 475 watts each (approximately 8 amps combined). The home is insulated with fireproof Comfortbatt R15 rockwool. The roof has an additional layer of rigid foam insulation rated at R10 so it will keep the temperature consistent in the unit. The bedroom floor has two layers of Comfortbatt so it will stay super toasty in the winter and cool in the summer.

All of the electric and plumbing on this unit was done by local licensed professionals. No YouTube Hero’s here.

All reasonable offers will be considered for motivated buyers.

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  • Fred
    October 9, 2019, 10:47 pm

    Nice home!
    I have a small issue with how the backside of the shower intrudes into the bedroom.
    Would make cleaning the bed linens a bit difficult (you wanna make that bed?).
    I think things would be a tad better there if the unit was widened to a 9 ft. footprint and the backside of the shower met the wall, instead of leaving that tiny little gap.
    That would push the whole shower down the bed a little further and make entry/egress of the bed easier, not to mention allow for a little more space around it.
    Otherwise, great little place!
    I love the couch, although I might trade the desk and chair for a nice wingback and a coffee table (and maybe mount a flat screen where the map is).
    A full-size fridge, decent kitchen counter space, what’s not to love?!
    …but I have to admit, this place reminds me of an Oregon company I found about 10 years ago that named all their tiny house models for the characters from the old “I love Lucy” show.
    No kidding! I don’t that company is around anymore, though.

    • James D.
      October 10, 2019, 3:06 am

      It’s actually the other way around, those gaps with shelves are protruding into the bathroom space. The bed is over the cantilevered section that’s over the two hitch, which makes it a separate section…

      The whole thing is just not maxing out the road legal height of 13′ 6″ and is instead closer to 10′. While the front cantilevered section is also a few feet short of what it can normally be maxed out to. So the bedroom is more like a loft that’s right next to the bathroom wall with just barely enough room for the queen size bed…

      So this is a bit more compact than your typical tiny house with 5th wheel layout and you would need to climb 2 steps to get in and out of that bed…

      • Fred
        October 10, 2019, 10:19 am

        It’s just that the “protrusion” that meets the bed would make entry/egress a bit a challenge. Would be easier if that whole section were pushed could be pushed over until it met the wall. This would expose more of the bed and make getting in and out easier.
        That’s all I was getting at.
        I have no clue about your comments on height. I never mentioned it.

        • James D.
          October 10, 2019, 6:16 pm

          I was trying to explain the layout because it’s unclear from the photos and floor plan about certain details that would effect any changes.

          Specifically, this home is much more compact than a typical design that pushes the road legal size limits… There’s a foot less width and around three feet less height than your typical THOW. The cantilevered section also has less length by around 4 feet…

          Compare that to a typical 5th wheel THOW that would have closer to around an 8×8 space with over 6′ headroom at its highest point for a space.

          So the bed in this is basically set up like a loft, with limited headroom and a shed roof that slopes down over a foot lower at it’s lowest end. They state the headroom is 4′ 8″ at the highest point and just above 3′ at the lowest. Meaning moving more to the other side means you’re also dealing with less headroom when accessing the bed space and the 7′ 6″ width means that a fairly steep slope.

          The bed is also accessed by 2 stair steps. So you’re also going to be standing in a raised position that could make the ceiling height a issue if you’re a tall person and the more to the other side you go the lower the ceiling height…

          While eliminating the cubby space to move over the shower stall would also mean eliminating the storage shelves in the bathroom that are on the same side of the shower stall… and they can’t just be moved to the other side as then that runs into the other storage shelves and could effect ease of access of the stair steps to get up to the bed…

          So it’s not that I’m disagreeing with your idea… It’s a good idea, just pointing out this layout has some trade offs and limitations to consider when making changes.

          I would suggest a compromise of instead of moving the shower stall over to instead just move the middle shelving to the opposite outer wall and also turn the bathroom sink 45 degrees to slope the wall so the walking path turns more towards the middle of the bed, making easier to reach the other end of the bed to fix it, but you can still take advantage of the higher point of the bed to ease getting in and out…

          Besides, typically the hardest part of fixing a bed in a loft is being able to reach the corners and that cubby space gives a little elbow room for at least that far corner… While one of the things to point out is that on the opposite side in the bathroom is shelves next to the shower stall, which you would lose if you moved the shower all the way into that corner…

  • Fred
    October 10, 2019, 10:53 pm

    I like your idea.
    That, plus widening the trailer slightly would solve the problem pretty well, allow for a little room around the bed, and the shelves could be retained.
    …#1, make it so. 😉

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