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230 Sq. Ft. Rustic/Zen Tiny House on Wheels

This is a 230 sq. ft. rustic tiny house on wheels that’s listed for sale on Tiny Home Builders.

It’s almost finished with a few features and finishes that can still be customized to the buyer’s preferences. It’s listed for $49,900 out of Ft. Pierce, Florida.

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Rustic/Zen Tiny House on Wheels For Sale in Fort Pierce, Florida for $49,900

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  • Steve in Micco
    September 26, 2018, 9:03 pm

    Not in my price range, to be sure, but gotta say this is awesome! I love the old Florida Cracker look.

  • September 27, 2018, 6:52 am

    What size (length) because I need a ground floor bed. This has no sitting area to relax and the small shelf with 2 hard wooden stools? is inadequate both for working on or using as anything more than a side table. It can be done and I have made plans for a TH that is 8′ wide and has a permanent bed (no making a bed every night as with a Murphy bed or bed settee, used both and never again), a small round table and chairs so you can have friends round for coffee/lunch or sit and prepare dinner, a desk to work at in the day (I paint, sew and proof read books as work) and an easy chair to sit and read in the evening, all on a single level. I am hoping to be able to build it on a foundation though I would like to use a building that can be relocated if needed on a flat bed lorry, so much as I really like many of these THoWs the basic plans don’t really cater for an older person who works in an area where flat table space is needed (try sewing or painting on the built in table/shelf offered by most THoWs for an experience close to hell), is social but needs chairs and a table to sit at because friends are of a similar age where having morning coffee sitting on the couch isn’t a good idea, and where an easy chair to sit in at night which caters for tired muscles and is high enough to easily stand up from to make it practical is essential before finally falling in to a bed which is neither up a ladder/stasirs to a low ceilinged loft nor needing to be remade before using. These were all grand when I was younger but arthritis (36 years of it) means that finally things have to change. I am not alone, I show these designs to many others my age and having had lives of hard work (even those of us in our middle 50s) now want the last few decades to be more comfortable and practical (and small is ideal for that) but with a modicum of thought behind the design. Example, my sister would love a TH but at 58 after a hard life of work involving heavy lifting and caring for an elderly ill parent and kids, suffering from fibromyalgia while still working as a gardener she needs a table and chairs to sit at for coffee/prepare dinner and an easy chair to sit in in the evening while a permanent ground floor bedroom, with a permanent bed which doesn’t need making every evening before sleep, is essential. She is only one of the many I know like this yet I never see anything to cater for us.

    • James D.
      September 27, 2018, 11:52 pm

      I think perhaps you’re just looking in the wrong places… Because there’s a number of builders who specifically cater to the elderly and those with special needs… N2Care, LineSync Architecture, and NextDoor Housing are just three examples…

      While any true custom builder will simply build you whatever you want…

      There’s also options for if you’re not looking for custom that can still fit a wide range of people…

      Like Trekker Trailers owner, Andrew Bennett, started a new company this year he’s calling Core Housing, which produces SIPs based THOWs that are move in ready, single level, 1 bedroom homes that are priced at around $28K…

      Among other examples…

  • Penny A Schmidt
    September 28, 2018, 11:17 pm

    I tried looking up the Core Living-had to add Andrew Bennett to get to correct site. I really like the concept they have. Everyone has things they would like a little different but theirs is a readily customizable design for later. The particular tiny house above is nice but if I want a mirror by door just use one way mirror glass for window so have some privacy but still see out. Also frees up other side of door to do silly things like hang a coat, keys, etc. Not sure what small log in living area for. Assume moved ladder and viewing from side, but not a good place to put it even for pictures, much less living. Not enough places to put things. OK for camping cabin I guess. I’m just not enough minamalist. Thanks for your continued info. and to Alex and others for the work of putting this together.

  • Sandi B
    December 8, 2018, 1:49 am

    I am just curious — there is a decent sized refrigerator, however there seems to be no place to prepare or cook food, so what is the point in the refrigerator? I see a sink with about 6 inches of space on either side, even if one put a cutting board over the sink there still is no place to cook and that is hardly enough prep room and every time you needed to rinse something off you would have to move the cutting board. There is not even a microwave and no where to put one.

    The ladder looks like it has wheels on the bottom or was put in upside down. There is nothing good about this unit except it would keep the rain off you perhaps. This is really a no go on all levels. And you can call it a dry toilet, which it actually is not, but why not call it what it is a manual home made composting toilet with a bucket — I am all for composting toilets but not ones with a bucket you have to empty constantly.

    I guess this would be okay if you never want to eat etc., but sorry, this is one of the worst I have seen.

  • Mal Smith
    December 19, 2018, 2:40 am

    I really like the outside look of this but was a little disappointed with the interior. Loved the outside cladding, the woodwork and guttering. It’s all personal I know but I’d want to redo the interior if I were to use it for more than a weekend getaway. No oven, hob or even space for a microwave makes the idea of that huge fridge a little odd. Are there pictures of the shower and toilet as I couldn’t see them?

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