This is a 41ft off-grid tiny house on wheels in Winton, Southland, New Zealand.
It’s listed for sale on trademe.co.nz and offers approximately 430 sq. ft. of living space inside. The house features a very unique trailer that I’ve never seen before, which allows for better maneuverability. The listing price is $159,500 NZD (which is about $108,299 USD).
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41ft Off-Grid Tiny House on Wheels in New Zealand: Over 400 Sq. Ft. of Space Inside!
Photos via YouTube/pureconsc
Photos via YouTube/pureconsc
Video Tour of 41ft Off-Grid Tiny House in New Zealand
The price $159,500 includes: off grid solar system OR auxiliary portable generator – large Fridge/Freezer – FL wash machine – 4 burner gas stove/grill/oven – fully wired for 230v & solar 12v, with current electric certificate- fully plumbed, Grey water & Fresh water tanks (600lts fresh/200ltrs grey) Gas Califont – tank monitors – gas detection & auto cut off – Natures Head Compost toilet – extractor fan in shower being 900 x 900 – modern kitchen, with an array of pull-outs – bathroom vanity – computer/office work station – upstairs bedroom with room for walk around queen size bed (not included)
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Way too expensive for this unstylish plywood house.
The same thing I thought! I personally find it to be quite ugly..Sorry, it’s jmo.
Not all the photos have shown up, internet outage problems, but if I had the money and they would deliver out of Southland to the BoP I would buy. Given that costs in NZ are much higher than elsewhere due to transport and distance from suppliers this is very reasonable indeed. Nice layout, I personally would lose the fridge and washing machine for a smaller under counter fridge with icebox and a small washer/spinner combo from China but that is personal preference. The living area is good and actually has space for a table and chairs, essential if entertaining or just having friends around foir coffee/tea. Not everyone wants to eat and drink sitting on a sofa, many prefer chair and table. Also better for working from home. Add in a sleeping loft you can stand in, something sadly lacking in nearly 100% of THoWs and I for one am sold. Will be checking to see if they can do onbe cheaper for delivery to BoP where dad lives on several acres.
Actually Karen that is NOT reasonable indeed. It is typical of businesses in NZ to spout the mantra of it costs so much more because of distance yadda yadda, yadda.
If so, then answer why is it soooo much cheaper to buy exactly the same products in Australia when the difference in distance from source is for all intents and purposes negligible. And how is our sheep meat which is exported to the UK sooooo much cheaper than what we pay here at home? Forget about supermarket chains with their loss leaders… how can the corner butchery shop sell it for less than what we pay here in “good ol’ Godzone?”
Like I said… we get ripped off… left, right and centre. Even tourists who come here complain about it. Especially the cost of food.
It’s because of factors like New Zealand is a small (population-wise) and isolated country. So it means that imports are going to be more expensive and there’s a lack of competition in many sectors that prevent more competitive pricing.
NZ has a much higher GST (VAT) compared to Australia… Add influence of countries like China on the NZ markets, especially the housing market, policies like not exploring oil reserve that means everything has to run on the high cost imported oil that makes everything from production to transportation more expensive…
NZ pay almost twice as much in tax on petrol compared to Australia…
Add lack of development in the tech sector to improve efficiency and production capacities and there’s little wonder about the pricing…
While exports to the UK are lower because that’s a bigger market and they’re both selling in bulk and competing with other countries that sell similar goods…
So you’re both right…
Where did you get that trailer. I build tiny houses and would love to find a trailer like that
At $108K U.S. for the space and design I don’t find this expensive at all. Its certainly less expensive than a 400 sq. ft. studio for $600K in some places in the U.S.A. and west coast Canada. That whole thing works for me. In Greater Vancouver, B.C. one can expect to pay up to $45K just for the parking space to go with your condo. I like the wood. Have seen furniture and homes built out of the plywood. Its more environmental, can be painted any colour you want and won’t disentgrate like some wall boards or sheet rock does.
This is just a great house and the trailer is cool.