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METRO Artisan Tiny House for sale: $34.9K


This is the METRO Artisan Tiny House that’s for sale for $34,900.

They are offering free haul to anywhere in Washington or Oregon.

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METRO Artisan Tiny House for sale: $34.9K

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Video: Artisan Tiny House Walk Through

Highlights: 

  • $34,900
  • 8′ x 20′
  • Custom Tiny House Trailer by Great Northern (With two 5,000 lb. dropped axles)
  • Floor, Walls and Roof: 4-1/2” Structural Insulated Panels
  • R-20 Insulation Value – All Surfaces
  • Hydro Gap Rain screen House Wrap
  • Unique Redwood and Aluminum Siding
  • Standing Seam 24ga. Steel Roof Ready for Solar Panels
  • Covered Porch with Stainless Steel brackets
  • Fiberglass Insulated Door by Simpson
  • Fiberglass Integrity Windows by Marvin: U-Factor .29
  • Painted Interior with 7’3” x 6’6” Redwood Loft
  • Architectural Aluminum Ceiling
  • Ready for YOUR Interior Layout, Fixtures & Furnishing

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  • Avatar Barnie

    I really like this shell design, though the price is a bit off-putting given that it is only the unfinished husk.

    • Natalie C. McKee Natalie

      Compared to a lot of “shells” this one is pretty far along, which probably adds to the price. I’ve seen shells that are literally just the exterior and interior plywood. — Tiny House Talk Team

  • Avatar Claude

    Again it seems a little bit too much for the quality of material used in the construction and the interior finishes.

  • This is interesting, with the ceiling design it has. Nice to be able to do what you want with it. A shell and you go from there. I kind of agree with Barnie on price. But I don’t know how pricey that wall material is. Thanks for sharing

    • Natalie C. McKee Natalie

      Glad you liked it, Gene 🙂 — Tiny House Talk Team

  • Avatar Michael

    I agree on price but SIPs aren’t cheap and as far as I understand they are manufactured by someone else Beside that its not an empty shell like others because it has finished surfaces in and out.
    When looking on your website you will find tons of useful informations.

    • Natalie C. McKee Natalie

      Ya agreed, Michael. This one is much more finished than many shells. — Tiny House Talk Team

      • Avatar Barnie

        Right, which means you’re literally paying a premium for surfaces that you now need to run wiring/plumbing/utilities in spite of. I hate to be such a devil’s advocate but this concept of outfitting a prefinished interior with all the necessities of living after the fact seems a few steps back. It certainly motivates me to put a bit more research into the SIP concept before I form an opinion, in lieu of the positives.

  • Avatar Sockeye

    So I don’t want to knock his approach but, how do I say this….that painted pressed wood inside would be a deal killer for me. The outside looks nice but the inside creeps me out and I would need more or bigger windows. I can see how it would work well as an office

    • Natalie C. McKee Natalie

      Bigger windows are always great 🙂 — Tiny House Talk Team

  • Awesome….! Love it’s price to….!

    • Natalie C. McKee Natalie

      Me too! — Tiny House Talk Team

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