This is a modern tiny house shell for $35,000.
It’s a 28′ by 8’6″ tiny house on wheels with 238-sq.-ft. that’s ready for completion meaning the buyer would have to finish the interior. It’s an unfinished tiny house ready for a customized finish. What do you think?
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28-ft. Tiny House Shell for $35,000
It’s a professionally built 28′ x 8’6″ tiny house shell on a trailer.
Here is a look at the loft area.
The walls are 2×4 with 2×6 box/floor joists.
It’s built on a custom trailer with 3 7000# axles and auto FSA electric brakes. There’s a 10k drop leg jack bolted in place, structural square fenders, and closed-cell spray foam insulation.
This tiny house was built with a black 26-gauge steel siding and roof, and Andersen 400 windows.
It’s designed to have a 5′ bathroom, 7’2″ loft, and an elevator bed in the sitting area at the back of the home.
- Modern, 28-ft. tiny house shell
- 28′ x 8’6″
- Built on a triple axle trailer, 7000# axles
- 2×4 walls
- 2×6 box/floor joists
- 26-gauge steel siding and roof
- One fixed picture window
- All other windows are casement style
- 5′ bathroom
- 7’2″ loft
- Space for a lift bed
- Built in 2022
- Berkley, MA
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