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25ft Studio Style Tiny House with Downstairs Sleeping


This is a 25ft tiny house on wheels with downstairs sleeping that’s for sale in Maine.

From the outside, you’ll notice it a french door to welcome you inside with a symmetrical design.

Once you step inside, you’ll find a studio-style layout with your living area/bedroom, kitchen, bathroom, stacked washer and dryer, wall mounted computer desk, and a bar. Take the full tour below and let us know what you think of this tiny house layout in the comments!

25ft Studio Style Tiny House on Wheels with Downstairs Sleeping For Sale in Maine

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Listing Description and Tiny House Specs

THOW for sale in Maine
25.5′ long x 8.5′ wide x 13.6′ high (216 sq ft)
Interior measurements are 24.5′ long x 7.5′ wide with a height of 8′ on the backside and 10′ on the front.
Tri-axle trailer.
T1-11 siding with cedar trim.
Metal roof.
Drywall throughout interior with premium pine trim.
Custom full-size storage bed on first floor.
Custom stainless steel L-shaped kitchen counter.
Full-size stainless steel sink.
Frigidaire 3.3 cu ft compact refrigerator under the counter (not the same fridge as in the pics).
Samsung 1.6 cu ft over-the-range microwave which vents to the outside.
Fold-down butcher block bar.
Two folding bar stools.
Fold-down storage table.
Custom arm chair and footstool.
Rheem 20-gallon electric water heater.
Storage closet with adjustable shelving and rod.
Sliding barn door for closet/bathroom.
5′ x 2.5′ storage loft above the bathroom. The height is 13″ and slopes up to 21″.
Residential toilet.
13″ x 12″ wall-hung bathroom sink with custom-made “floating” storage shroud.
Two built-in medicine cabinets.
33″ quarter-round shower with ceramic tile walls and curved curtain rod.
Samsung 3.6 cu ft front-load washer.
Samsung 7.3 cu ft electric dryer.
NuTone 50 CFM bathroom fan.
VENTS energy recovery ventilator.
Fujitsu 9RLS heat pump and A/C mini-split (27.2 SEER).
Fire extinguisher and smoke/carbon monoxide alarm.
Vinyl flooring in bathroom.
Pergo flooring in main living area.
100 amp electrical panel.
Coax and Cat5e hookups.
Custom welded detachable steps.
Insulated skirting panels.

There is an opening for an oven/range (fits standard 30″ ranges) with a 220V outlet on the floor. I found I didn’t use my oven enough, so I sold it and put in a temporary stand for storage. I was planning on building a butcher block counter with cupboard to hold an induction burner and toaster oven but I never got around to it. I’ve decided to sell as is, so the new owners can add whatever fits their needs.

New hubs and tires will be installed before sale.

Selling for $45,000 OBO.

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  • Rusty June 22, 2018, 5:34 pm

    Very nice, with about four more feet in length there would be space to entertain a few friends. I like having sleeping area on main floor.

    • Alex June 23, 2018, 9:28 am

      I like sleeping on main floor too! Few more ft could be nice as well!

  • Marsha Cowan June 22, 2018, 7:49 pm

    This is a nice little house, and I like it! I think it is interesting that so many people want to have a washer dryer in their tiny houses. With children, I could understand it, but with a single adult, or maybe even a couple, it is harder for me to understand. I go to the local laundry mat every week on the same day and at the same time as much as possible. I choose this time for the crowds–when there are people like me there. Working people, living simply, and with interesting lives (and therefore, conversation). Some of the people are only there that one day as they are traveling somewhere. A British man, bicycling across America, once kissed my hand as he was heading out with his laundry, and declared our laundry mat to be one of his favorite places in America. Lol! It is one of my social times, and the people I hang out with at the laundry are friends, though we only rarely bump into each other when out and about. It is like my church friends that I most often see at church, and my work friends that I usually only see at school (teacher). I have another set of friends that are at O’Reilly’s where I regularly go for truck parts and oils and such because my vehicles are used and often need tweaking (not drug related), and at least 3 restaurants where everybody there knows each other and we all talk together about the same topics. It is like a big family gathering! I love it! To me, it is the neatest part about Tiny living–actually “living” outside my house, right? Anyway, that is one person’s tiny living experience. I am sure everyone out there has his/her own. Thanks. . .
    So I guess what I am saying is that I don’t try to incorporate every single thing I need into my tiny house. If I can accommodate it elsewhere, I do, so I can meet new people and expand my social life. People are great and interesting, and I love all my friends everywhere.

    • Alex June 23, 2018, 9:27 am

      I love this Marsha, thanks for sharing!

  • Maria July 10, 2018, 6:57 am

    I would have had a loft over bathroom and closet for storage. But I love the layout.

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