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36ft Tiny House w/ Baby Room… 370sf of Space Inside! (SOLD)

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This is a 36ft tiny house with a baby room. It has 370 sq. ft. of space inside and is for sale out of Sequim, Washington for $89,000 as advertised on the Facebook Tiny House Marketplace Group.

It says that it’s a NOAH-certified tiny house and was built in 2019 by a general contractor. Please take the tour and let us know what you think. Is this a tiny house design that you can see yourself in?

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36ft Tiny House w/ 370sf of Space Inside! Baby Room And All In A Tiny Home on Wheels… Wow! Sold…

$89k Tiny House for Sale in Sequim, Washington--NOAH Certified!

Images via Facebook Tiny House Marketplace/Ashlynn Schwartz

Nice open space with the all-important ceiling fan.

$89k Tiny House for Sale in Sequim, Washington--NOAH Certified!

The farmhouse sink and window placement is just right. Large enough sink to do your dishes with a view.

$89k Tiny House for Sale in Sequim, Washington--NOAH Certified!

Ahh yes, that’s just right!

$89k Tiny House for Sale in Sequim, Washington--NOAH Certified!

These corner shelves, won’t hold much, but you could always modify and even add more cabinets, but don’t worry, there’s more storage on the other side of the kitchen…

$89k Tiny House for Sale in Sequim, Washington--NOAH Certified!

This is the combo washer/dryer by Magic Chef

$89k Tiny House for Sale in Sequim, Washington--NOAH Certified!

Bar stool dining area with a view.

$89k Tiny House for Sale in Sequim, Washington--NOAH Certified!

The other side of the kitchen with full-size appliances and cabinets. Feel better now? 😀

$89k Tiny House for Sale in Sequim, Washington--NOAH Certified!

From here you can see the cozy living area and some kind of entrance to somewhere… Maybe a sleeping loft?

$89k Tiny House for Sale in Sequim, Washington--NOAH Certified!

Wall-mounted flatscreen TV with shelving and hooks on the wall. Nice decorations (not sure if this is included in the sale)

$89k Tiny House for Sale in Sequim, Washington--NOAH Certified!

Where does that door go to, you may ask, it’s the baby room!

$89k Tiny House for Sale in Sequim, Washington--NOAH Certified!

There’s even a little closet too.

$89k Tiny House for Sale in Sequim, Washington--NOAH Certified!

Let’s go to the bathroom now… This is on the opposite end of the house (near the kitchen)…

$89k Tiny House for Sale in Sequim, Washington--NOAH Certified!

The shower

$89k Tiny House for Sale in Sequim, Washington--NOAH Certified!

Going back to the other side of the house is the entrance to the sleeping loft. Looks pretty safe, right?

$89k Tiny House for Sale in Sequim, Washington--NOAH Certified!

And there it is… Headroom looks pretty nice too. I like it! (And I’m not much of a loft person). So what do you think?

$89k Tiny House for Sale in Sequim, Washington--NOAH Certified!

Images via Facebook Tiny House Marketplace/Ashlynn Schwartz

Located in Sequim, WA
*Financing available*
**Certified by NOAH Tiny House Inspectors**

370 sq. ft. 36’ long by 8.5’ wide also has pop out in both bedrooms over hitch.

Custom built in 2019 by general contractor and professional plumber.

Beautiful open floor plan including mini-split(heating/cooling system), tankless water heater, all full size appliances including washer/dryer combo, garbage disposal, flushing toilet with option of switching to compost, under stairs closet as well as shoe storage under first two steps, two bedrooms, plus a storage loft!

Electrical inspection done and passed

We have pictures of every single building step if interested

There is the also option of renting the property short term for a small amount until finding your own property to move the tiny house to.

Custom tiny house trailer was built by traildust trailers in Oregon.


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  • Anita Lowe
    August 20, 2019, 4:05 pm

    Love it. The only thing I would change is to mount the tv under the shelf to avoid a stiff neck…

  • Bonnie Ebert
    August 20, 2019, 6:05 pm

    I like it do you deliver,are owners motivated

  • Kathy Handyside
    August 20, 2019, 9:36 pm

    It’s beautiful but out of my price range. I thought the idea behind the tiny house movement was to make housing more affordable. I couldn’t afford many of these houses.

    • James D.
      August 21, 2019, 3:02 am

      Doesn’t work that way, more affordable isn’t a guarantee it’ll be affordable enough for everyone because the costs will always be determined by the details of what it’s actually providing, what’s included, how it was built, etc.

      Houses, including tiny houses, are not all equal or equivalent and it’s the details of their construction that determine what the costs can realistically be for any given home. Certain details can lower the costs but other details can raise them.

      So to actually find something in the price range you want you need to actually understand what the costs are for and determine what can be done at the price range you want.

      Tiny houses can be very low cost but that’s not going to magically happen and be the same price for every house on the market no matter what they include, how they are designed, or how they were built…

      This is a home that’s nearly twice the size of the average tiny house and was built to support a family and not just an individual living by themselves. So can hardly be expected to be the lowest cost tiny house…

      Examples of actual low cost tiny houses include RJO’s from Incredible Tiny Homes, which start at $15K and a 16′ length… For comparison…

      • Carol
        August 21, 2019, 1:30 pm

        Just to let you know, there are brand new TH’s for sale that start at $3,000, yes 3k and are 22 ft long.

        Our first TH (used, minor repairs) was 26′ by 8’5″ and cost $2,600 and the purchase price included 3/4 of an acre. We have owned 3 tiny homes ($2,600, $1,000 with minor repairs) and the most expensive was $10,000 (no repairs needed). There are some great deals available.

        • James D.
          August 21, 2019, 4:52 pm

          This is probably starting to confuse people so I’ll clarify that all houses can be built to varying levels of quality, features, and other details that will effect the price. For traditional houses these usually fall into Tract (Volume building), Spec (general), and Custom (Specialty, unique, and built one at at time) built houses that will range from the lowest to highest costs, and the difference can be very substantial. Ranging from fairly affordable housing with Tract homes on up into the millions for high end one of a kind custom homes…

          Much of that applies to Tiny Houses, just on a smaller scale, as they can similarly still be built low to high end,volume to custom built, and what they actually provide can vary greatly. Especially, as most are custom and being optimized for specific owners, but additionally there are also different types of tiny homes and some of them can be much cheaper.

          For an actual 26′ THOW, it will cost more than $3k brand new. For example, just a 26′ tiny house specific trailer it would be built on would cost nearly $5K by itself before then adding the cost of the rest of the structure. To give some idea why you usually see them averaging much higher…. This is largely because they are being built new, custom, and being built to very high standards that meet or exceed what traditional residential homes have to meet.

          Mind, one of the problems with the housing market is it’s actually usually cheaper to buy an existing house than build a new one. It’s one of the reasons so many renovate/flip houses and there isn’t just more development to keep up with the growing population. But modern Tiny Houses just haven’t been around long enough to get past the initial building them all new costs yet and it doesn’t help that most are being done custom, which is usually the most expensive way to build anything new… and this is before adding the additional costs for land and other costs that can involve…

          While, except for HUD homes, the other types of tiny homes don’t have to meet such high standards and most aren’t being done custom. So it’s usually much easier to get their prices lower but there are always trade offs and reasons why those alternatives aren’t automatically being chosen by everyone despite the more desirable lower costs as everything has its pros and cons to consider..

          Yurts, Mobile Homes, RV’s, conversions, container homes, Park Model RVs, Cabins, Cottages, House Boats, etc. are just a few examples of other alternatives. Many of them have been around a lot longer than modern THOWs and have well established markets where they are easier to find, easier to place,and have ways to get them at below market value.

          But it really depends on your specific criteria for what the home needs to be able to provide you as to whether or not any of the options can or won’t work for you… For some people this will mean they can look at much cheaper options but for others there may be a higher minimum cost they may have to deal with in order to get what will work for them… But the market is diverse and there are deals to be found, just depending on what you’re specifically looking for…

      • Carol
        August 22, 2019, 7:45 pm

        Don’t be fooled by those who insist that TH have to be expensive. Let me clarify that YES a 26′ TH
        can be build with quality materials and high end appliances for under $20K. One of our THs was RVIA certified.

        My brother has a construction firm and has built high end certified TH for under $20K. The 26′ base trailer costs less than $5K but if you were to buy just a tailer it could cost $5K. If you are in the construction business you buy applicances and materials at a discount. You will already have the metal and welding equipment and could build a trailer for much less than $5K.

        • James D.
          August 22, 2019, 9:23 pm

          Who’s insisting anything has to be expensive? I only explained them and costs just depend on what you want to end up with but lets be clear that actual high end would go higher than $20K for just the materials. So let’s not try to over sell it…

          You can certainly make something that will work and be well built for under $20K but you’re only giving people unrealistic expectations by saying it would be high end as then they’ll start expecting things like granite counter tops, heated flooring, smart home features, HRV/ERV air exchangers, custom cabinetry and furniture, structures that can withstand over 200 MPH winds, over 9.0 earthquake and remain rigid enough to install real tile and drywall, custom triple pane windows, etc… To most people high end means a lot more than just well built and functional…

          While the trailers can actually cost a lot more on up to over $12K because it’s a lot more than just welding metal. For a real tiny house the trailer has to serve as the foundation and needs to be much stronger than a RV requires. Features of the higher cost ones include things like being able to integrate the trailer chassis into the floor of the house. So the plumbing, insulation, etc. sits within the chassis instead of above it to help maximize the headroom and still keep it within the max road legal height, along with drop axles that combined can help add a full foot of additional height, for just one example…

          To keep them durable and rust free, they also have to be galvanized, but you can’t really weld a galvanized surface and scraping the coating off in sections risks leaving gaps, which means dipping the entire completed trailer into a vat of chemicals and having the factory facility to handle that, along with other options like powder coating, tinning the bottom, etc.

          A real 26′ tiny house can require a triple axle to support over 14,000 lbs, have walls over 4 to 6 inches thick, etc. that go beyond what a normal trailer has to handle… Higher cost trailers can also have additional equipment besides the standard electric brakes, like more advance suspension system, automatic leveling jacks, lighting systems, etc…. So it’s not like there’s no reason why some go higher in cost as they’re not all just selling simple and basic trailers.

          Everything just has a trade off, but it only has to go high if what you want requires a higher cost to provide. But not everyone requires a home to be an actual house, or one built to overly high standards that go beyond what is require to just live in it, and there are ways to get the costs lower by optimizing the design to only what’s needed.

          Again, never said high prices have to be paid. There are just reasons for higher prices and it just depends on what someone actually wants to end up with and how they go about getting it to what it will end up costing them. But so long as someone has realistic expectations of what they’re going to get then they can go as low priced as what they want allows them to go…

        • Carol
          August 23, 2019, 9:44 pm

          James, check with local TH builders and Yes, you will see that you can build a quality TH with high end appliances for under $20!
          Assuming that they will be open with you but probably not to be able to justify the high selling prices.

          As an accountant, I have seen the numbers and through experience and on the job training, I know the prices, vendors, and costs of high end quality products. There is a very high markup for THs. Not just from my brother but from other TH builders. The TH builders who are no longer in business can be due to low quality materials , structural, or labor.

          When buying a quality TH it should include RVIA or NOAH Certifications =
          Recreational Vehicle Industry Association (RVIA) or National Organization for Alternative Housing (NOAH).
          They mean that Every step of the building process, from framing to finish carpentry, meets a standard of quality that ensures you’re getting a home that is going to last for years to come. I will only buy THs that have one of these certifications!

        • James D.
          August 24, 2019, 1:38 am

          Sorry Carol, but no… Those certifications only prove the minimum standards were met and those are mainly for road safety. RVIA specifically prohibits any certified product to be advertised as a home because they specifically only certify RV’s and nothing else.

          Even Park Models, which are the closest thing in the RV industry to a Tiny house, both HUD and RVIA specifically states is not a Tiny House! Understand the RV building code does not address residential standards and is why by law Park Models can’t exceed 400 Sq Ft because that’s the threshold the government set that they have to start meeting residential standards. So the difference is far more than just appearances…

          While the main difference with NOAH is they support DIY builders, RVIA doesn’t, and they offer their opinion whether something can be used as a home but that’s not legally binding and again doesn’t prove anything but meeting of minimum standards, which are mainly the same as RVIA…. Though, the database of photos and documents gives it an advantage you won’t get with RVIA…

          Again, don’t try to over sell it or confuse marketing with what is actually being sold. There’s no magic loophole around costs that involves no trade offs. People don’t all need high end or always buy something commercially built or limit themselves to one type of home but just have to understand what they’re actually paying for and know whether it will actually meet their needs or not, just like anything else they would buy.

        • James D.
          August 24, 2019, 12:38 pm

          Carol, sorry but I’ve done my due diligence for many years now. Covering the costs, the laws, the building codes, alternate lifestyles, the different needs different people can have, etc. Again, there are simply always trade offs!

          It’s good that you’ve helped build homes for Habitat for Humanity and I believe you mean well and are clearly passionate about helping people. But it doesn’t really help people if they base their choices on incomplete or misleading information as they must really become informed consumers to make the proper choices for themselves.

          Really, there wouldn’t be a housing crisis if the answers were always easy and can be the same for everyone…

          Besides, it also does nothing but foster unnecessary bias and even hate when people don’t understand why other people make different choices for themselves or understand they are free to make their own choices that doesn’t rely on what anyone else has done because then they feel their choice are being taken away from them…

          Even if you don’t want to accept everything else I’ve stated, at least consider that last point…

    • Angela
      August 21, 2019, 8:44 pm

      My feelings, too. Too many people who saw $$$$ have appropriated the whole tiny house movement, and now it’s just another hipster shuck

      • James D.
        August 22, 2019, 11:09 pm

        I understand how it can seem that way but really the movement has and always will be in the hands of the people.

        It’s just a reality check that not everyone will always make the most economical choices and not everyone’s needs can always be met at the same low price range. Movement or no movement, people will still be people…

        Remember, most of these homes are being custom built and that means the costs are a direct result of people’s choices. But that’s their choice…

        You and everyone else are always free to make different choices and there’s lots of other choices out there… People just have to realize that and not limit themselves to what other people have chosen…

        • Carol
          August 24, 2019, 11:51 am

          This is my last comment on this subject because you clearly don’t understand THs.

          I have helped build THs and homes for Habitat for Humanity, so far I have helped build six homes.
          I was the point person with the TH buyers from concept, to completion, and to follow up six months later. I was the TH/construction company accountant, collaborated with architects, and talked with the inspectors for each aspect of the TH build.

          I strongly suggest before commenting again you do due diligence on the construction of THs!

  • Kendall
    August 24, 2019, 9:44 pm

    I bought a 22′ Trailer Made trailer and had Volstruk do the steel framing along with the Zip System sheathing. I used LP siding, Marvin Low e 2 fiberglass windows with argon gas, Miratec trim, Behr premium plus paint. I did the window, siding, trim, and paint install. I had over 30 grand just on the shell not including my labor just material cost. I’ve been in the house building business for over 38 years. There’s a difference between a Hugo and a Lexus. Both have four wheels and an engine, but they are totally different. You get what you pay for. Quality has a higher price.

  • James D.
    August 26, 2019, 2:01 am

    Speaking of Habit for Humanity, anyone interested, one of their many websites : trinityhabitat (dot) org/tiny-homes-to-go/

    Is where they offer a tiny house shell for $12,999… The interior will need to be finished by the owner (additional cost) and it’ll require a pier and beam foundation to put it on (land and additional cost), assuming you’re in an area with no zoning restrictions for a 288 Sq Ft home… and delivery cost is $800 if you’re anywhere in the Greater Fort Worth area in Texas.

    Won’t work everywhere or for everyone but it’ll give you some idea of what you could possibly get for under $20K… and you can compare that to the 370 Sq Ft fully complete and furnished home above for an idea of the reasons for the cost difference…

  • Theresa Perdue
    August 31, 2019, 9:23 pm


  • Sheebe
    December 31, 2019, 11:21 am

    This is stunning, classy. If and when we build a tiny home. I love Hickory Hardwood floors. This Tiny home is truly stunning.

  • Marlene
    April 3, 2020, 9:07 pm

    Absolutely stunning! Love the layout… the baby room is totally ga-ga! I’m in love with the kitchen 😍.

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