This is a 32-foot off-grid tiny house with a solar system. According to the listing on Tiny Home Builders, it’s in Woodstock, Maryland and offered at $120,000. The listing has now been archived.
The listing says it was built in 2019, has 256-square-feet of space. The house is built on a gooseneck trailer.
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Off-grid tiny house with solar system…
- Woodstock, Maryland
- 256 sq. ft.
- Built in 2019
- 2 beds, 1 bath
Electricity: 10.5kwh robust battery bank system with optional grid-tie in possible and generator backup possible; includes nine 300 watt roof mounted solar panels and all components necessary to remain off grid in summer and winter. Most components are Schneider Electric with Midnight Solar Charge Controller and SimpliPhi Lithium Ion Batteries (approximately 9 year warranty remaining of 10-year warranty). Component worth = $15,000 – $20,000 without installation.
More info and photos at the link below.😊
Learn more: https://www.tinyhomebuilders.com/tiny-house-marketplace/off-grid-32-tiny-house-on-wheels
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does that include the land?
Hey Tom, the listing indicates no…
Do not like very dark wood in small spaces. It gives the illusion of the room being much smaller than it is.
Not really, when it comes to design, spaces generally look better when you have contrasting colors. For example, using Dark colors as a contrast reads as receding from the viewer, so something like an accent wall visually enlarges the space (and sets up a nice contrast that can make the rest of the space seem brighter by comparison)… It’s more about how the colors are used rather than what colors are there…
But the photo make it look much darker than it really is… They should have avoided having the lights in the shot as the camera tries to compensate and the whole image gets darker as a result.