This is a 220 sq. ft. tiny house on wheels for sale out of Candler, North Carolina.
The couple who own it designed and built it themselves but shortly after moving into it, they are now expecting a baby so are preparing to move into a larger space.
Take a full tour of the home below, let us know what you think in the comments, and if you’re interested buying it, you can reach out to the owners using the form at the bottom of this article. Thanks!
Couple’s 220 Sq. Ft. Tiny House on Wheels For Sale in Candler, NC
Images © Em & Em Tiny House
Images © Em & Em Tiny House
- 220 sq. ft. including the 70 sq. ft. loft
- Located in Candler, North Carolina
- Large L-shape storage couch with moveable ottoman
- Space saving eating table
- Frigidaire AC with remote
- Convection microwave
- 4.3 cubic foot fridge with freezer
- Large aluminum siding shower with cedar plank spa-style flooring
- Nature’s Head composting toilet
- Large storage pantry
- Large storage areas in stairs leading to loft
- Storage shelves and storage boxes in loft
- 40inch LED 1080P TV
- HDMI Cables built into the wall to connect to TV
- Sound bar
- LED lighting throughout
- Tankless instant water heater for 2 gallons/minute
- Vinyl waterproof flooring
- Extra large stainless steel sink
- 9 Windows including large farmhouse windows in living room and all but two open
- Custom curtains and cordless blinds
- Two portable induction cooktops
- Quietest rated bathroom fan
- Storage loft in the living room
- Dimmable lighting in the sleeping loft
- Custom butcher block countertop with cutting board sink insert for extra surface space
- Customizable area for water tank/water filter for off-grid living
- Loft height is 80 inches so no crowded cave feeling
- 40 year guarantee on the metal roof
- 11ft ceilings
- Outside storage area located on hitch with power
- Includes adjustable jack stands (8 total)
- Includes 4×8 ft deck area
- Trailer has duel tandem drop axles rated for 7k lb. each with heavy-duty trailer tires and electric brakes
- The tiny house is road legal
- Open cell spray foam insulation
- Asking price is $39,500 OBO
Use the form below if you’re interested in buying this tiny house and your information will be sent directly to the sellers
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I’m interested in the tiny home and the selling price. I live in Texas and will have to bring it back here.
The price is $39,500 OBO and if you want to get in touch with sellers just use the form towards the bottom of the post and your message will be sent to their email. Thanks!
My name is Emily, and you left a comment on our ad for our tiny house that is for sale. I am sorry for the extremely late reply. I thought I had reached out to you, and just realized I never did. Our tiny house is still available, and we have even lowered the price to $38k.
We are hoping to move quickly, as our baby timeline is counting down quickly. In order to make that happen, plus to help with transportation cost for someone like yourself, we’d be happy to negotiate on the price. (Just to give you an idea on the cost of moving the house: we built the house in MO and moved it over the mountains to NC without any issues for about $1700.)
Anyway, I wanted to at least get in touch with you to let you, so if you’re still interested, I’d be happy to answer more questions, do a video walk-through, etc. Please let me know!
Hi Emily, thanks for the response here, I’ll re-share this post again in our social media and newsletter so folks know it’s still available.
Wishing you the best during your pregnancy,
I do not get the placement of the fridge.
That is an interesting spot for the fridge, isn’t it?
One benefit I can think of by having it there is that it is less likely to slip off during transit.
Very nice house! Lovely décor and good design. Best of luck!