This is the 28ft Orange Grove Tiny House on Wheels.
It’s built onto a triple-axle trailer.
Enjoy the tour below!
LOVELY and SPACIOUS tiny house with many windows, high ceilings and spacious lofts. There is a lot of storage space throughout the house that is great for organization.
Kitchen has full sized appliances (included in price) with large cooking area. Kitchen cabinets have multi-drawers and shelves, great for storing. There are hookups for a combined washer/ dryer underneath the stairs.
**Built by professional contractor on a brand new quality 3 axle trailer**
315 total square feet with lofts
Cedar wood siding and ceiling
Instant inline propane heater
Separatt Composting Toilet
Shell stained and re-sealed in Jan 2018
Mini Split 18,000 BTU- heats and cools house, no problem!
House can run on 110 or 240 volts but mini split needs 240 volts
Well insulated in walls, ceiling and floors
House carefully maintained
$60,000. Serious offers only, please. Check availability/learn more and contact here.
Learn more: https://www.tinyhomebuilders.com/tiny-house-marketplace/28-orange-grove-tiny-house
Latest posts by tcardona (see all)
- 28ft Orange Grove Tiny House - March 19, 2018
I like the fact that the toilet is at the other end of the house from the kitchen and eating area but the placement of the of the aircon unit might still make things a bit whiffy at times. I also like the way the house is divided into separate areas it gives a good flow to the house.
Actually, if you notice on the outside that the house is equipped with a Mini -Split that you can see the matching interior unit mounted above the entrance door in the main living space area.
So they are likely only using that window unit for ventilation… Unless there isn’t 240v (30 amp) electrical connection available, in which case the window unit can be used while on 110v (15 amp) connection.
While the toilet is a composting Separett, which that tube next to it into the wall is the direct vent exhaust. Meaning nothing to whiff, as everything is being vented…
The arrangement is just not good for rising steam and would be better with a proper bathroom ceiling air vent but one can be installed. ERV’s are the best option but can be pricey…