This is a retail store tiny house for sale in Orlando, Florida.
According to the listing via Michael Dillon on Tiny Home Builders, it was built in 2019 as a mobile boutique retail unit with storefront display windows, air-conditioning, and two fitting rooms. We think businesses like this go well with tiny living, so why not showcase other fun ways to use these little structures on trailers? What do you think?
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Boutique Store Tiny House in Orlando, Florida For $92,500
The tiny house is 8ft wide and 24ft long and even has display windows.
Inside there’s plenty of space for customers to explore products.
It has air-conditioning and two fitting rooms.
You can see the fitting rooms in the shot below.
The boutique tiny house looks very welcoming.
It’s perfect for art shows, festivals, and other events.
Looks like they even managed to get into malls on occasion.
With a retail store on wheels, you can move with the seasons.
It was built in June of 2019 and weighs about 10,000lbs.
It’s currently listed for sale out of Orlando, Florida for $92,500. Learn more below!
- It was built in June of 2019
- “Boutique” retail tiny house
- Store-front on wheels
- Two fitting rooms
- Display windows
- 8ft wide
- 24ft long
- Weighs 10,000lbs.
- Dual generators
- 50 amp panel / 220W
- Move with the seasons
- Great for pop up shops, gift shops, fashion, art, and other forms of retail
- Works great at festivals, art shows, and other events
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