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25-ft. Mount Shasta Tiny House with Single Level Design

If you’re concerned about VOCs and toxic material choices in tiny homes, you’ll want to take a look at this THOW from LA Tiny Houses. Built using non-toxic materials and low/no VOCs, you can feel easy breathing indoors. The single-floor layout makes it a great option for anyone averse to ladders/stairs.

The simple design has all the necessities — a compact kitchen with an oven and apartment-sized refrigerator, a bathroom with a shower and composting toilet, and a main living area where you can add some kind of pull-out bed to make it double as a sleeping space. Plus at $46,000, it’s on the cheaper end of many tiny houses for sale today! What do you like best about this one?

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Tiny House on Wheels Built with Low VOC Non-Toxic Materials

The interior has board-and-batten-style walls and ceilings.

The little galley kitchen looks out two windows.

This model fits an apartment-style refrigerator.

This mini oven is a great option for a little house.

This marine-grade heater will keep you warm and toasty!

The bathroom has a compact shower stall.

And there’s also Nature’s Head composting toilet.

The exterior has a lovely reddish hue and a metal roof.


$46,000. Tiny House on wheels ready for you! 25’x8’ home we just finished building in Mt. Shasta, CA. Love this beautiful nontoxic space with zero off-gassing interior from the bamboo floors, tung oil stain, zero VOC paint to the zero VOC insulation. This is a single story home, with nice and easy full size pull up bed, duel pane glass windows and door, mini kitchen, and bathroom. The bathroom has a Natures Head composting toilet, on demand propane hot water heater and stall shower. New appliances: apartment size fridge and propane stove for going off or on grid. Marine grade propane Dixon wall heater. Additionally, we’ll be slowly adding more storage, shelves and fold out table and more until it sells! Open layout builds for your custom needs and open airy feel. Fully plumbed and wired with LED lighting throughout. There’s always easeful option for standard flushing toilet, rv tanks, and again, off or on grid hookups. This home is light enough to be pulled with an f250 or the likes. Options for towing and potential rental spaces after the purchase of the home is available. Contact us for more details and check out our website for more about how we build! Contracting now for future spring builds. Looking forward to chatting with you! -ilanna & Shane www.LVTinyHouses.com ✨🙌✨

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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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  • W
    January 30, 2024, 7:38 pm

    Didn’t I just read that now gas stoves are being outlawed in some jurisdictions because of air quality?

    • James D.
      January 31, 2024, 2:54 am

      More like starting to be phased out, but yes. There are places that have started to place restrictions, especially, on any new construction.

      It will, of course, take longer for existing and older housing to be effected by such rules. While also take a very long time before it becomes wide spread. Along with not all places eliminating it entirely, as there are ways to effect air quality that doesn’t require an outright ban to fix. The later just won’t be cheap…

  • Maria Kentala
    January 31, 2024, 6:49 am

    well I would make a few changes. Flush toilet. Mini split instead of heater on wall. Free standing electric stove instead of gas. I would put in a under the counter frig/freezer to have more counter space.

    • James D.
      February 4, 2024, 1:23 am

      So long as it’s on-grid, as going all electric would be hard to do with the off-grid option this offers. Since, it’s intended as a healthy home that may normally be off-grid…

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