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Cannon Tiny House with Fold Down Porch


This is a tiny house on wheels by Cannon Properties.

It’s a tiny home on a 30ft by 8.5ft triple axle trailer with a power fold down porch!

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Cannon Tiny House on Wheels with Flip Down Porch Built In!

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Description

Brand New 30ft tiny house on wheels, built by custom home builder. This home is very unique and built with superior quality and craftsmanship. It sits on a 30ft x 102” wide trailer with triple 7,000lbs axles. On the outside it features a 12ft by 7ft Power folding deck, pine exterior shiplap siding, metal roof, two exterior led lights, outside plug, huge 8ft glass sliding door and much more. The interior features a pine lap siding walls, custom granite countertop with stainless steel kitchen sink, propane range, propane tankless water heater, glass shower, ductless A/C heating and cooling system, full size refrigerator, custom cabinet stairs, led lighting, double lofts, 11ft tall ceilings, open concept and much more. Please email: [email protected] for more info. Thanks for checking out the ad and have a great day!4

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  • Bill Burgess March 6, 2018, 1:16 pm

    MY FAVORITE Granite countertop colors and patterns. I have a design using the same materials as a waist high band on walls as accents in both my Greek revival and the French Country series of designs I am doing. Of course the showers are using the same materials as well. As for the rest of this unit, myself I am into more color and less exposed wood in small spaces but every place has it’s character and should be considered for it’s merit. I am sure a painted Vardo would not work as well as exposed wood can not be totally left out for historical value.

  • Bill Burgess March 6, 2018, 1:27 pm

    Also I am wondering why more Tiny Home builders do not use the Mollycroft style roofs. More aerodynamic and a better ventilation potential? I suppose cost is probably a big issue as shed roofs are quick and easy, but really if these builders are selling $400 a sq.ft. pianos why not a Romanian Romance in that price range. Or even like some of the Coffered Ceilings a few of the builders have used? My Virginia City Park Model design has Coffered Ceilings that will look great IMHO.

    • James D. March 6, 2018, 8:02 pm

      Actually, there’s plenty of examples of tiny houses that use that and many other roof designs. It’s just not a very common choice for a few reasons…

      Cost is one, cost per sq ft can go much higher than $400 per sq ft if designs become too elaborate and labor intensive.

      It’s also a matter of what the owner wants the final look of the house to be. So can be a matter of taste…

      While there’s a practical side where different layouts benefit differently by optimizing the roof shape for what’s best for the interior layout. Or, alternatively, what’s best for the exterior use of the house as different roof shapes can effect options like whether someone wants solar panels on their roof, or if they want the house to deal with heavy snow loads, or want a roof better suited for rain catchment, etc.

      Features like skylights may also deal with maintenance issues as they can be a source of leak issues over long periods if not properly maintained.

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