Now here’s something unique — an A-frame on a trailer! Now before you get too excited, the existing trailer isn’t road-worthy, so if you want to buy this 10×12 creation you’ll need to get it towed. But, if there was a way to get it on a new trailer, you could have a mobile a-frame!
For $6,000, this a-frame in New Hampshire is ready for a new home. It would make a great Airbnb or guest cottage in your backyard. While it doesn’t have plumbing, it does have electric. There’s a partial wall dividing the bed from the rest of the space.
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10×12 A-Frame For $6K: Perfect for an Airbnb
I like this half-wall.
You can fit in a little mini fridge (and probably a hot plate).
It has a lovely corrugated metal roof.
Would you like this?
This is a 10×12 A-frame structure on a single axle trailer.
Fully insulated with R-20 fiberglass.
Corrugated metal roof.
Full electrical hookup with 4 outlets and an indoor and outdoor light.
Pine shiplap interior.
Cedar shingle exterior.
Lived in intermittently over past year as well as used as guest room.
Warms easily in winter with very small space heater included.
There is no kitchen or bathroom inside.
However we had a mini fridge inside and a boat pump sink outside of it for the past 2 years.
Sink and mini fridge included.
This would make a very interesting AirBNB renta!!
Could also be a guest bedroom, extra room, pool house, sauna, studio etc.
Interior dimensions are 8 wide by 11 long and 7.5’ high at apex.
Tiny house comes with full size mattress, bed frame, small heater, mini fridge, window fan and stainless steel sink.
Does not include deck.
This will need to be removed from the trailer and placed on a lowboy flatbed trailer for transport. Cannot be towed on current trailer.
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In my mind a home is not complete without a bathroom. What are people supposed to do? Walk out in the snow or grass and pee or poop right there? Have you ever considered what that would be like for an elderly person? I cannot imagine anyone who would want to stay there in that A-frame without a bathroom. It should be illegal and perhaps it is. Very poor planning and an extremely poor way to treat people.
I totally agree!
No, it isn’t illegal. Actually, it may be the reverse because if it’s an ADU, it might be illegal for it to have a bathroom. Some places may also not allow you to have the structure if it’s plumbed and doesn’t meet minimum sq ft requirement. So it depends where it’s going to be placed and how it will be recognized legally. Besides, it’s just you treating yourself, you don’t have to live in it or keep it as it is… You cam add a bathroom, or have an outhouse or put it in the back yard of an existing house and just go into the main house and only use it as an extra room.
Hmmm. . .it’s got a lot of potential. For starters, I’d use that space behind the half wall for a wet bath and enclosed closet and move the bed out in the living area to be used as a sofa/bed (otherwise referred to as a day bed). That frig is too big, so build a long 18″ deep counter for a sink, cooktop, and slide a small Ovation electric cooler underneath on a small rolling platform for ease (like I have now). Then there’s more room under the counter for shelves or drawers. If that’s a memory foam mattress, trim it down about 6″ to have more walking room. I usually trim mine down 10″ to make them thinner and I still have plenty of room to move around when I sleep. Anyway, I think this tiny A-frame could make a pretty desirable tiny home given some thought and design and decorating. It has a cuteness factor already, and the price is great for that sized shed even if you have to haul it. Call a shed hauling place and you’ll probably get a good price.