This is a modern, custom, 24-ft. tiny home on wheels originally built on an Iron Eagle trailer by Shelterwise in 2015 using 2 by 6 construction.
It’s for sale out of Grass Valley, California for $67,200. Take a look and learn more below!
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Modern, 24-ft. Tiny House Built by Shelterwise in 2015
The interior has lots of storage and ladder access to the loft with exposed beams ceiling over the kitchen.
What do you think of this custom, pre-owned, 24-ft. tiny house by Shelterwise?
- Built by Shelterwise in 2015
- Custom, modern, 24-ft. build
- Located in Grass Valley, California
- Built on an Iron Eagle trailer
- 32×32 shower
- LG front load all in one washer dryer combo unit
- Plumbed for a standard flush toilet
- Tankless water heater
- Pioneer mini-split air conditioning system
- Envi wall mounted heater
Iron Eagle Custom Tiny House 24′ trailer: 14000 lb. rated, brakes, lights, galvanized metal pan/road barrier, 4 ea. stabilizer jacks, all in attractive charcoal grey.
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I have been watching the tiny house movement now for several years (after I moved into my tiny cabin in the woods). It has occurred to me that tiny house builders could learn a great deal from van dwellers! Van dwellers have learned how to make the absolute most out of their tiny space, many having full house features. Biggest difference is that they have to stop somewhere to get rid of waste and fill up water tanks. But their use of space is phenomenal. And as I said, most of us could learn a tremendous amount from them in the use of space! After van life, a tiny house would seem huge — with a lot of wasted space!
A price of $46,900 would make this a good deal.