This is a fun 25.5 by 11.5 tiny home on wheels designed as an Airbnb. It’s in Oregon and is currently for sale. The extra-wide tiny house has a spacious kitchen and living room space on the first floor. There’s plenty of room for a comfortable couch and seating around the island in the kitchen.
A storage staircase leads up to a nice loft bedroom with fun dark-stained beams that add architectural interest to the design. Finally, there’s a bathroom on the first floor where you’ll find a shower stall, a residential toilet, and a stacking washer and dryer. It’s for sale for $122.5K OBO.
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There’s a cool U-shaped kitchen.
The mountain mural on the wall is fun!
There’s a mini backsplash of glass tiles.
I love the design of the partition for the loft.
Beautiful French doors lead inside.
The punched tin is fun on the staircase.
There’s a decent amount of storage here.
The stairs are carpeted.
Here’s one of the lofts.
Looking out over the balcony.
Aerial shot of the kitchen.
There’s a nice living space here.
The bathroom has a little vanity.
Stained glass is always fun!
There’s a frosted shower stall.
It’s always nice to have a stacking washer & dryer.
Here’s a close-up of the craftsmanship.
What do you think of this home?
$122,500. 1 Bed 1 Bath. Gorgeous custom tiny home just finished and ready for you to love! Quality construction, personal touches and attention to detail are the hallmarks of this home. Large open living/kitchen area, stainless steel appliances, custom concrete countertops, Pergo floors, full bathroom with on-demand water heater, tile shower with glass doors, washer/dryer, propane furnace, air conditioning, two lofts. Sleeping loft has brand new King size memory foam mattress and enough head room to sit up. Light and bright with vinyl windows, custom art work and furnishings. Futon and chair both convert for downstairs sleeping, second loft currently storage with hidden access door above bathroom. 2×4 framed construction on custom 11.75′ by 25.5′ trailer, fully insulated, metal roof, title in hand and move in or rental ready. Price includes all furniture and art work, we built this to be an AirBnb, moving company all set to move your new home to you, buyer responsible for moving costs. Financing available.
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This is really nice. I love everything about it!!
Same… but how effing much? Mind you, I’m now not allowed to drive so it’s moot. <>
Click the link to the Marketplace Listing and you’ll see the present sales price. It’s gone down from the original price mentioned in the article here…
Ah, the old greater fool trick. I think that most people would look at it and say Nope too much and walk away from it. Why not price it realistically in the first place and make more sales rather than higher price and no/less sales? To me, that makes more sense. And YMMV.
I’m in two minds about the steps on safety grounds. Wool, all very nice until you slip on the carpet. And, it happens more often than you’d expect. Sometimes with tragic consequences.
Realistic is relative, this being Oregon and not one of the lower cost states, and it being an AirBNB, which means they’re selling it like you would a business and its potential to provide revenue income…
Again, it doesn’t seem very well thought out. Things that should be put in the kitchen are under the stairs in the living room. really? Shag carpet in the loft? Who is dragging a vacuum cleaner up there to clean that?
Um, far as I can see there’s nothing under the stairs that should be in a kitchen. Just clothing closet, furnace, etc. There’s no kitchen appliance or anything else like that there.
While yes, if people don’t want to crawl on a hard floor in the loft then that’s one of the things they can do… Everything has trade offs but also reasons why people choose them… However, you can just take it downstairs to clean it, as it isn’t fastened down and can be moved. Only the stairs would have that issue.