This is a beautiful 34-ft. family tiny home originally built by Tiny Heirloom back in January of 2018 that’s available for sale right now. Who knows, it could be the perfect tiny house, and it’s already built for you!
It’s RVIA certified, weighs 17,500 lbs dry, and has too many features to tell you about here, so we’ll just show you (please scroll below to enjoy and learn more).
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They’re Selling This Custom 34-ft. Tiny Home on Wheels
The kitchen and living area, with stools stacked to save space. You can see the entry to the gooseneck bedroom, too.
The cozy living area with mounted LCD tv and electric fireplace. The door takes you to the bathroom.
A closer look at the kitchen which is rich in cabinets, storage, and functionality. Yes, it’s a tiny house!
The bathroom with storage and beautiful countertops. You can see more of it in the video tour below.
The beautiful bedroom, which yes, you can stand up in.
Entry to the tiny house, blinds closed for privacy.
Ladder to the sleeping loft.
- The tiny house is actually for sale due to COVID
- The family who owns it has 5 year old twins, and winters are going to be too difficult to get through with them being at home more because of the virus
- So unfortunately, they need more space, especially during the winter months, because of this, so the beautiful tiny house is available for sale
- Asking price is $110,000 OBO
- Currently located in Durango, Colorado
- 34-ft gooseneck
- Steel Volstrukt frame to save weight
- 17,500 pounds of weight dry
- 2 Truma Aqua Go on demand hot water heaters that run on propane
- Quartz countertops in kitchen and bath
- 50 amp plug
- Custom built cabinetry with soft close feature
- Full size bedroom in the gooseneck part of the trailer
- Additional sleeping loft
- Walk-in (shimmy-in) closet
- Lots of storage throughout the entire tiny house
- Furrion 1500W electric fireplace
- Fullsize bathtub
- Large, grey modern backsplash with flexible grout
- Cooper and Hunter Sophia Mini Split 12,000 BTU 21.5 SEER Air Conditioner
- Home Reserve 6 foot couch and storage
- Gorgeous farmhouse sink
- Vigo pull down kitchen faucet
- Folding table with stools
- 13 windows with full coverage shades for privacy
- Blackout shades in the bedrooms
- Splendid 7100XC ventless washer/dryer combo
- Lunos E2 heat recovery system
- Velux solar powered skylight in the loft
- Two Nest smoke and carbon monoxide alarms
- Furrion 19″ dishwasher
- Frigidaire apartment size refrigerator
- Furrion 3 burner stove and Furrion oven (these run on propane)
- 40 gallon fresh and grey water tanks
- Separett Villa 9220 composting toilet
- Lippert Flow Max Fluid Pump for off-grid capabilities
- 40 gallon fresh water and 40 gallon grey water tanks (more off-grid ability)
- Custom 6-ft. mountain artwork above the kitchen cabinets
VIDEO Tour of this Tiny House (Family of 4 and Their Stunning 5th Wheel Tiny Home)
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Is it sold? I love this house and couldn’t find anything I didn’t like, just perfectly designed with the feel of a home.
Yes, it’s still available right now.
That was so informative. It is good to hear what she would change and loved and about putting the kitchen on one side and how that fool toilet works. LOL Lots of good things to consider when having one built.
Good info for someone looking to travel with home. But I’m interested this great home of yours and in longer-term parking of it. Is it difficult to find places to park long term? Would I do better buying a lot somewhere? And are there haul services that can safely transport a house like this (as I’m not ready to invest in a huge truck for this purpose).
Having land ready to park it helps but finding one that it’ll be legal to live on it, in the home full time, can be tricky… Have to check with the local authorities on what’s allowed or seek out tiny house specific communities/villages that you can rent or own a lot… Easier if you intend to use it as vacation or guest house, and there’s a growing number of places that will allow it as a ADU… Also full time RV parks could be an option…
For transport, yes, plenty of hauling services that will handle that… Whole industry for transporting goods, RV’s, etc. as well as Tiny House specific movers…
So I guess I’m more curious about why the house is for sale after watching the video it sounded like your happy with the tiny, although that might be a touchy subject. Is there a price range your looking for ?
Is your home still for sale? Feel free to email me for my phone number.
Hi Jocelyn — she won’t be able to see your email address here, I’m afraid. To contact her, scroll up and fill out the form below the photo tour 🙂
This is truly a well thought out design. That said, it makes you wonder why they’re selling their dream home? The only reservation I have with a THOW, is with the difficulty there seems to be for most people to find full time parking. Unless of course, you’re willing to live in an rv park. And so many of those, at least around me, are seasonal.
It’s undoubtedly the biggest obstacle to tiny house living, and very much depends on how close to a town/city center you need to live or work. Most people I see living tiny are doing so on rural land they’re renting from someone who owns it (or, as you said, they’re in an RV park or tiny house village).
Reason they’re selling is stated in the article, it’s because they’re concerned about the Covid-19 virus and getting through winter stuck at home with 5 year old twins… Feel they need a larger space to be safe…
Yeah, if I remember correctly, they were used to getting to have the children at school, but with everything that’s happening, they’re all at home more so they want dedicated spaces for schooling, working, and what not, which makes sense.
I agree and with what is happening around with the pandemic I am looking for land to purchase and make a home base; not doing the RV Park thing for the foreseeable future.