This is a 230-sq.-ft. Craftsman tiny house on wheels listed for $49,900 OBO via Brian on the Tiny House Marketplace (now sold).
It features non-toxic build materials, and removable copper gutters, and is built with a variety of reclaimed woods like pecky cypress, old-growth cypress, and oak. The listing highlights other interesting features like remote-control Velux skylights, reclaimed bowling alley kitchen countertops, and organic sheep wool insulation, to name a few. Learn more and check it out below!
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Craftsman Tiny House Built With Reclaim, Non-Toxic Materials
It’s a wood lover’s dream, as the listing says.
There’s an additional loft that would be great for storage. The space doubles as an overhang for the entry.
How do you like the large windows in this cabin on wheels?
The kitchen has dark accents and features another glass door entry point.
The bathroom with shower and custom sink.
Storage space in this area. Notice how the table is folded down.
The loft has lots of windows, including skylights that are great for star gazing.
The other loft would be great for storage. The window there opens which can be great for cross ventilation.
What do you think of this tiny house build?
- Built in 2019
- Built with reclaimed wood
- Organic sheep wool insulation
- Removable copper gutters
- Maple floor from a school gym
- Cedar siding
- Old-growth douglas fir
- Solid pecky cypress front and rear doors with impact glass
- Remote control Velux skylights
- Gas and electric hook up for stove
- Built on heavy-duty 3 axle trailer
- Metal roof
- Reclaimed bowling alley kitchen countertop
- Hardwired for audio
- Hardwired for cable and HDMI
- $49,900 OBO completed
- $39,900 ‘as is’
- Out of Fort Pierce, Florida
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If I had the money… Great job. Great thinking. make more of these!
Thanks, I think it is great, too. And seems like a good price.
I think that’s the most interesting one I’ve seen. I think I could live in it 🙂
I love this. Yes, I could live in this.
I would think it was too much wood but the windows make it all look great. I would make the 2nd loft a bedroom also if there’s enough room. The kitchen is fabulous and I really like the bathroom sink it different and very nice. This is something different and very nice.
2nd loft would be a little tight for a bed. Mind the gabled roof limiting headroom and have to consider how you would get in and out without blocking the entrance or having something always be in front of one of the windows, but maybe a day bed/reading nook… maybe add a skylight there to really make it a nice cozy spot…
Amazing what natural light can do for a place.
What needs to be completed? Thank you.
I have always loved this tiny house! Everything about it, especially the beautiful bathroom sink and the two skylights in the loft and all the wonderful wood. It’s a great house!
Just thought I would update my comment. Still love this house, but have changed my mind about skylights in tiny houses, maybe because I have now been in small spaces with skylights and felt the heat and not as much air flow as expected. I have since decided that larger end windows are best for air flow and cooling down the attic. Open end windows and end doors on a tiny house offers a great wind tunnel effect that really helps with ventilation and even cooling in a tiny house. Adding open windows on the sides will sometimes interfere with this wind tunnel effect.
Where is the toilet?
That’s my question too, Martin…..where’s the toilet?
Note, the second half of this part in the listing, “$49,900 OBO complete: $39,900 as is.” In other words it’s not yet fully complete. So it may be a detail that’s presently missing under the “as is”… But as long as it’s plumbed, it’s easy to install one…