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Fully-Furnished Modern THOW For Sale in WA


This is a sleek and modern 24-foot tiny house on wheels for sale in Wenatchee, Washington. It comes fully-furnished and the seller is asking $59,900 or best offer.

There are two bedroom lofts accessible via ladder stairs, a kitchen complete with a washer/dryer unit and bar seating area, and a living room under one of the lofts. The bathroom has a flush toilet and tiled shower stall.

Enjoy the photo tour below and get in touch with the seller at Tiny House Marketplace.

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Modern 24′ Tiny House with Lime Green Walls!

Here you see the kitchen, complete with laundry facilities

The ladder stairs lead up to each loft bedroom

Apartment-sized refrigerator/freezer combo.

Breakfast bar in front of a large window.

Living room beneath one of the lofts.

The second loft is private!

Flush toilet in the bathroom.

Tiled shower stall with a window for ventilation.

Highlights:

  • Asking $59,900
  • 8’ x 24’ (192 square feet plus 120 SF. loft)
  • Iron Eagle Tiny House Trailer with two – triple 7000 pound axles
  • SIPS: 4.5″ thick Structural Insulated Panels from Premier with 3.5″ Expanded Polystyrene (EPS) foam and two layers of .5″ Oriented Strand Board (OSB)
  • Weather Resistant Barrier/Rainscreen Wrap: Dow Defend Air and compatible Dow liquid applied flashings
  • Taylor Metal roof, The Easy-Lock™ Standing Seam is the metal roofing panel with a patented no-siphon dry lock seam
  • Covered porch area with custom built stairs for easy and stylish entry and exit (more updated than picture shows)
  • Distinctive fiberglass insulated entry door by Codel
  • Plug and play all electric with 50 amp. panel and LED lighting throughout
  • Custom, Fiberglass, double paned windows from Milgard®
  • Hookups for combined washer/dryer unit
  • Unique exterior with cedar siding
  • Tankless, propane fueled, water heater
  • Custom-built storage closet on main floor
  • Fold-able dining table for flexible space needs
  • Custom fit IKEA® cabinets with soft hinge close
  • 4.5 cubic foot Frigidaire® refrigerator with freezer
  • Full size Frigidaire® Oven/Gas Range/Microwave combination
  • 36” square shower pan
  • Niagra Conservations®, low gallon flush toilet

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Natalie C. McKee

Natalie C. McKee is a contributor for Tiny House Talk and the Tiny House Newsletter. She's a wife, and mama of three little kids. She and her family are homesteaders with sheep, goats, chickens, ducks and quail on their happy little acre.
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  • jerry dycus
    April 2, 2021, 8:06 am

    A note building a loft over seating one only needs a 4.5′-5′ headroom and even putting the bed under the seating only needs a 4′ headroom.
    Putting 2 twin beds under and double settee for dining, socializing , watching TV or office space above with about 5′ headroom also cuts room needed for stairs.

    • Natalie C. McKee
      April 2, 2021, 3:17 pm

      Oh that’s great to know!

      • James D.
        April 4, 2021, 3:21 am

        Yes, there’s basically just two limiting factors for loft headroom height.

        One, the maximum interior height that usually limits the space that can be split between the loft and lower space to around 11′ or less in your typical road legal height limited THOW… and Two, what the height requirements are for the space usage below the loft. Since anything that requires standing height headroom means the space below will take up about 7′ of the available 11′ of interior height space, and the thickness of the loft floor, for what is then left for the loft…

        But, if you can avoid that by placing something that doesn’t require standing room height below then more vertical space can be given to the loft… All the way from all of it and have a bedroom with high ceilings, to storage that leaves standing height for the loft, to something more split 50/50 low how Jerry suggested…

        In a 5th wheel gooseneck, the trailer hitch is what takes up the space below but that doesn’t take up that much space and thus can leave up to a max of around 7′ of headroom for the space above it…

        Similarly, that’s also how they create standing platform spaces next to the loft…

        So it’s all down to how you divide up the space and what you’re using those spaces for…

  • Marsha Cowan
    May 7, 2021, 9:15 pm

    There’s something about this house that really appeals to me, but I can’t quite put my finger on it. Maybe it’s the simplicity of the layout. It is nicely organized space. I like the way the ladders are done, and the bathroom is very functional. It’s a cool house!

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