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American Classic Tiny House for Sale

This is the American Classic Tiny House that’s for sale in Fort Collins, Colorado.

You can purchase it for $30,000 $27,000 (or best offer), but the couple is also looking for an RV trade of equal value.

Please enjoy, learn more, and re-share below!

American Classic Tiny House for Sale

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My husband enjoys carpentry/construction work, and has a construction business, so we took on a new hobby last year building a custom tiny house for fun. After meeting with others at the Tumbleweed Tiny House Convention, we gathered all of the necessary information, coding laws, and requirements to make this Tiny legal for the road, towing, living, and storing. It was a bunch of fun designing and creating our own little house and we put a lot of love into it’s creation to make it as ECO-FRIENDLY and environmentally conscious as possible.

Initially, we toyed around with different ideas for it’s use (guest house, Airbnb, she-shed/man-cave, an office, a business, a cabin on mountain property.) But, now we need to move for family and have to sell everything. We just finished the project this summer, but can still add custom options at YOUR request (supplies and labor costs not included), and finalizing touches if you prefer.

Highlights:

  • 8’x20′ (13′ tall)
  • Loft 56 sq. ft.
  • $30,000 or best offer
  •  Fort Collins, Colorado
  • Also looking to trade for an RV of equal value
  • Dry Flush toilet (http://www.dry-flush.com/) *optional if you prefer to compost
  • Water Hook-up W/ Hose (Camco 22803 TastePURE Drinking Water Hose -5/8″ID x 75′)
  • Rheem RTE 9 Electric Tankless Water Heater, 3 GPM
  • 50 AMP Electrical Hook-ups (professionally installed)
  • Recycled Denim Insulation R19 & R21
  • Anderson Windows (3 total- Two stationary in rear)
  • Atwood Fantastic Fan (Fantastic Vent 802251 Fan with Thermostat ) for air flow in loft
  • EdgeStar Green Cool 12,000 BTU Portable HEATER/Air Conditioner
  • Pro-Rib Steel panel roof (gray)
  • LED lights
  • Bamboo wall paneling/ trim/ crown molding
  • Hunter Fairhaven ceiling fan w/ remote control
  • PEX plumbing
  • Smartside Textured strand LAP siding (resistant to fungal decay/termites)
  • NuTone InVent Series Heavy Duty 80 CFM Ceiling Exhaust Bath Fan with Metal Grille
  • Stand-up shower w/white base and tin walls
  • Built in ledges/cabinets for storage
  • Carpeted Sleeping Loft
  • Mini-fridge/microwave/two burner electric stove (if desired)
  • Espresso Kitchen cabinetry
  • Floating Bar w/ 2 matching stools
  • French Entry-way Doors
  • Email: summitconstruction@gmail.ccom
  • Call/Text: 970-237-5130

Resources:

  • Contact Chris and Nicole: summitconstruction@gmail.com, 970-237-5130

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Natalie

Natalie McKee is a contributing writer for Tiny House Talk and the Tiny House Newsletter. She is a coffee-loving wannabe homesteader who dreams of becoming self-sufficient in her own tiny home someday. Natalie currently resides in a tiny apartment with her husband, Casey, in Scotland.




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  • oxide October 13, 2016, 8:47 am

    A couple issues: I see some unfinished “dead space” in the corner behond to the shower, to the right side of the sink. That could have been laid out a bit better. There’s a loo0o0ong window in the bathroom… It’s not in the pic, but does the window look directly at the toilet? And, the refrigerator is too small and badly positioned. I would have put the fridge where the sink is now.

    It probably did cost $30K in materials, but I’m not sure they will get that. And an equal trade $30K RV is a lot bigger, with more features.

  • ZACHARY E MOHRMANN October 14, 2016, 12:52 pm

    Not bad …! I even like the loft on this one…!

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