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Move In Ready Tiny House in a LEGAL Community For Sale near Colorado Springs!

This is a move in ready tiny house on wheels located in a LEGAL community and it’s for sale in Woodland Park, Colorado.1

Wouldn’t it be great if there were more tiny house friendly communities like this near us?

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Move In Ready Tiny House on Wheels in LEGAL Community For Sale! (SOLD)

Move In Ready Tiny House on Wheels in LEGAL Community For Sale

Move In Ready Tiny House on Wheels in LEGAL Community For Sale

Move In Ready Tiny House on Wheels in LEGAL Community For Sale

Move In Ready Tiny House on Wheels in LEGAL Community For Sale

Move In Ready Tiny House on Wheels in LEGAL Community For Sale

Move In Ready Tiny House on Wheels in LEGAL Community For Sale

Move In Ready Tiny House on Wheels in LEGAL Community For Sale

Move In Ready Tiny House on Wheels in LEGAL Community For Sale

Move In Ready Tiny House on Wheels in LEGAL Community For Sale

Move In Ready Tiny House on Wheels in LEGAL Community For Sale

Move In Ready Tiny House on Wheels in LEGAL Community For Sale

Move In Ready Tiny House on Wheels in LEGAL Community For Sale

Move In Ready Tiny House on Wheels in LEGAL Community For Sale

Move In Ready Tiny House on Wheels in LEGAL Community For Sale

Featured in the 2016 Tiny House Jamboree – Colorado Springs, CO!

Local financing available! Finance your very own tiny home just like your financing a car. NO MORTGAGE!!!!

Tired of skyrocketing home prices in Colorado Springs? Here is an alternative at a much lower cost in a very nice compact package!

For SALE is my 1 year old custom built tiny home ON WHEELS with lots and lots of extras for $89,500. Live mortgage FREE just 20 minutes from Colorado Springs. I have spent the last 3 years designing and creating this one-of-a-kind tiny home in one of the few 100% LEGAL tiny home communities in Colorado! All the hard work has already been done and all you have to do is just move in.

We are selling our tiny house IN PLACE where it is currently set up. You can choose to move it or leave it in place. If you choose to leave it in place there is a minimal monthly lot fee that includes all utilities except electric. This is a luxury home that is fully hooked up to all utilities and has amazing views of Pikes Peak especially from the custom built deck! There is an “open” floor plan on main floor with (2) 10′ x 10′ sleeping lofts. There are lots of extras that we put into this home and the site.

(the house itself)
The house was fully designed by myself & built by a local Tiny Home builder on the theme of having an open floor plan that is fully functional for a family of (4). The home features all natural building materials that are non-toxic. I am not kidding when I mean all natural. Everything from the OSB in the SIP’s to the paint on the walls and the finish on the wood. The design has clean and simple lines with natural soothing colors and lots of REAL wood!

– 24′ x 10′ Tiny house = 440 total SF (including 2 lofts)
– 100% chemical free | non-toxic building materials both inside and outside.
– Walls and roof are built out of SIP (Structurally Insulated Panels) (NO Urea-formaldehyde in the OSB)
– Open cell spray insulation in floor.
– (1) full bathroom. Standard flushing toilet, large pedestal sink, 3/4 size bathtub w/ shower, lots of storage!
– LUNOS e² Ductless, Simple, and highly efficient heat recovery ventilation (HRV) system (VERY IMPORTANT FOR FRESH AIR!!!!)
– PrecisionTemp – Tankless Hot Water heater – NEVER run out of how water – LP gas (propane)
– Mitsubishi Mini Split – 12k BTU Cooling + Heating – M-Series H2i Wall Mounted Air Conditioning System – 26.1 SEER
– 2 burner FAGOR stainless steel cooktop – LP gas (propane)
***both the water heater and cooktop are hooked up to LP gas. This is very efficient and keeps electric bill very low since we are not heating water or food with electric.***
– Craftmade, Sonnet, Energy Saving, 2nd Generation, 6-Speed Reversible DC Motor (ULTRA ENERGY SAVING w/ DC motor)
– Full size LG refrigerator/freezer.
– Hooked up to very good internet at a good price. NO satellite internet needed.
– Marbled, Fossilized bamboo flooring – by Cali Bamboo
– Double pane high efficiency windows (15 windows total)
– 100% LED light fixtures (very low energy use and more importantly keeps the heat down)
– Very large kitchen sink with commercial grade faucet.
– All the cabinets and millwork are custom built out of Birch plywood and Doug Fir wood.
– Master loft has built in storage dresser for clothes and room for King size bed (we use a queen and a baby mattress in master loft)
– Second loft has laser cut steel railing with room for (2) twin beds (we have 1 full bed and LOTS of room for kids to play)
– Deseret storage compartments throughout house.
– Room for larger dehydrator or microwave oven above refrigerator.
– Tall storage cabinet with room for portable clothes washer/spin dryer
– Lots and lots of storage inside and outside.
– 60 cu. ft.- Exterior accessible utility closet that houses the hot water heater, whole house water filter, electrical panel, and lots more storage space.
– The house is wired to be able to hook up to Solar Photovoltaic system with space for, inverter, power controller and Tesla Powerwall solar batteries to be OFF-GRID with solar electric.
– Crawlspace hatch with access to underneath house for additional storage.

(that come with the sale of the house)
– Fully landscaped
– Fully skirted (to hide the trailer and wheels)
– 230 SF deck with 16′ long stair case (modern design made out of high end lumber)
– Custom hand-made curtains that are made out of 100% organic cotton.
– AQUASANA whole hose water filtration system. (unit will last 6-10 years before needing to be changed)
– 100 cu. ft. outdoor storage shed in parking lot.
– 30 cu. ft. outdoor deck box
– outdoor raised bed garden boxes

(this is what is included in the lot fee)
– 100% LEGAL tiny home community located in Woodland Park, CO (20 minute drive to Colorado Springs, CO).
– Utilities included in lot rent. (water, trash, sewer, snow removal, landscaping)
– You get a mailing address and physical mail box.
– (2) designated parking spaces.
– Community gathering space. (coming summer 2018)
– Security gated entry/exit (coming summer 2018)

Learn more: https://cosprings.craigslist.org/reo/6278790321.html

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  • Avatar Maria September 1, 2017, 3:14 pm

    Hello Alex of TinyHouseTalk.com, (if this is the place to write you.)

    So the Tiny House, and in the community described above, is very lovely, like so many, further scratching my itch to want to join the Tiny House Movement as a tiny home owner. But the same issue keeps coming up and stops me from moving forward. “LEGALITY”. I have eliminated the possibilities of living on someone else’s property, like you see so many do, on farmlands etc. I want either my own land or to be within a community where they are accepted and legal. Each time I go land hunting there are so many rules and regulations for THOWs and I do need mine to stay on wheels for mobility purposes. However, the land available either has heavy restrictions, is zoned only for recreational use, does not have water, sweage etc. or they want it to be a permanent dwelling. So IF there is anyone out there, or a guide written or a lecturer who knows, that could provide insight within each state as to how to find the kind of land that would not present these obstacles, then people provide this resource. I know I can’t be the only only who has this issue.
    Lastly, a Tiny Home Community sprung up in our area, but the rules and regs for it are almost like being in an exclusive gated community, just a shrunken down version of one … the freedom from a mortgage and to buy and sell as you please, does not exist in this particular community. So it is not an option.
    Please offer any resources that you can in this regard. Please feel free to email me privately, if you so choose to.

  • Avatar Terressa September 1, 2017, 4:35 pm


  • Avatar amsterdamsel September 1, 2017, 5:06 pm

    Oh, what a beautiful THOW! I love it! I’d love to see more detailed pics.

  • Avatar Gabriella September 1, 2017, 5:19 pm

    Every spirit self builds a house, and beyond its word, a sky….
    By Ralph Waldo Emerson

  • Avatar Beth Grant DeRoos September 2, 2017, 1:48 am

    Looked and looked and couldn’t see a washer/dryer. Notes it has a 2 burner FAGOR stainless steel cooktop. No oven? And its $89k???

    • Avatar Angela Johnson September 2, 2017, 4:25 pm

      I was thinking the same thing, Beth. This would not be for me anyway, because I want one with everything on one level, but the lack of an oven and washer/dryer at that price stunned me, too.

      • Avatar Holly Sucharski September 2, 2017, 9:22 pm

        We have a laundery alternative automatic washer stowed away. If you read all that’s included in the house it’s priced right! You will not find a SIP home for cheap.

      • Avatar James D. September 3, 2017, 5:33 pm

        Well, there’s lots of reasons for the cost… For example, note the, “100% chemical free | non-toxic building materials both inside and outside.”… That’s not easy to do and means much of the material was acquired at high cost and they took care to not use anything to add any chemicals during the building process…

        SIP construction is also not cheap, never mind one that doesn’t off-gas, and costs more than traditional wood framing, but means the structure has a virtually 100% insulated frame that’s also a bit stronger than a equivalent sized stick framing…

        Then there’s things like the custom double paned insulated windows that typically run into the thousand range each. So easily over $8000 just for the windows… But combined with the SIPs means this house is pretty heavily insulated…

        Add, features like LUNOS e² Heat Recovery Ventilation are premium features… This particular one means you can ventilate in the middle of winter but retain most of the house’s heat as it transfers the heat to the incoming air… While continuously bringing in fresh air… Along with the full house water filter system to make sure the water is good and drinkable wherever you may take it…

        Even the ceiling fan is a high priced 6 speed model… and the house is also upgrade-able as it is already wired to have a complete solar power system installed if you want to make it off-grid capable…

        The seller is also including everything outside, so that includes the deck, the skirting, the big cooler, etc.

        So it may be missing some things you would prefer but there’s lots of reasons why something can still cost a lot but still not have everything you’re looking for…

        Though, there is a space set aside for a combo washer/dryer and you should also be able to add a oven…

        • Avatar Anthonie September 10, 2017, 1:15 pm

          Very very well said. A case of getting exactly what you pay for and in this case at a serious bargain. I’m always amused by the commenters who love love love the tiny house BUT would change this this and that LOL

  • Avatar Rich September 2, 2017, 12:09 pm

    Love the THOW and Woodland Park is a great area but would rather have such a house without .neighbors that close. Would probably move it to my own to be purchased property near Santa Fe. The Google Map pin drop can’t be accurate when you look at the satellite view. Any chance of getting an accurate location?

  • Avatar Bob W September 2, 2017, 6:25 pm

    wrap around deck is very nice.

  • Avatar Wendy Anne Darling September 3, 2017, 1:51 pm

    I love to look at all the positives and save ideas up in my mind that I can use for my own dream. This house is really beautiful, and being so close to Colorado Springs is a big plus, too. Could be perfect for someone who has a little more than I do to spend and wants to live in, what will be, a gated community. The only question I’d ask is, why don’t they mention how much the lot rental is for the community? Or did I miss that somewhere in the article?

    • Avatar James D. September 3, 2017, 5:55 pm

      They’re not selling the lot space, just the THOW and the stuff they built around it… It’s up to whoever buys it as to whether they want to opt for keeping it there or taking it somewhere else…

      So you’d have to contact whoever is in charge of the Peak View Park… They have a number listed for 719-491-4025 or 719-502-7431… They’re in the Woodland Park and Teller County area… It’s apparently an RV and Park Model community, but they have a number of Tiny Houses including from known builders like Tumbleweed Tiny Houses.

  • Avatar sara September 3, 2017, 3:00 pm

    Are there any vacant spaces in that tiny home community?

    • Avatar James D. September 3, 2017, 5:59 pm

      Hey Sara, I don’t know for sure… There should be as it’s suppose to be a still growing community but you can read my reply to Wendy Anne Darling for the phone number to call to ask…

  • Avatar Kimberleigh September 8, 2017, 1:03 pm

    Love it…. however being in Colo and NOT having under floor heating makes it a no-go for me – sorry

  • Avatar Ellen September 9, 2017, 9:58 pm

    I love the idea of a functioning Park/Tiny house community with gathering space and a view. The tiny house shown, being 10 feet wide is great for living in full time. I am an older empty nest sort who does enjoy the idea of a loft …as an option. Would very much like to see a model that truly reflects the needs of not very old yet seniors who want/need a place to live/work/play in relative ease, comfort and safety ,yet lots of privacy! Would like to see a THOW with some downstairs sleeping options like a Murphy bed that can be put away by day having area open for an exercise/ workout space. Also a large bathroom and closets for clothes. Even downsizing one needs a certain amount of clothes. THOWs seldom have a designated dressing area however small. Also a mini mudroom upon entry.

  • Avatar Kimberly Matic September 10, 2017, 12:03 pm

    This house is worth every penny of the asking price. It is a gorgeous home and one I would be delighted to live in.
    I have THOW which I finished after buying the shell and I would say I am into it $30k. But I bought quality materials and didn’t scrimp on lighting I wanted, flooring I wanted etc..
    An example is I wanted a mini chandelier in the bathroom so that is what I did. I could have saved with a ceiling mount plain and simple but that’s not what I wanted.
    The point is, I could have kept the overall cost to probably $25k, but what is $5k in a home for my retirement years?
    I love living tiny and look forward to the day I can move it from my backyard to a piece of property away from neighbors. 🤗

    • Avatar Lantz September 12, 2017, 9:10 pm

      I love living tiny and look forward to the day I can move it from my backyard to a piece of property away from neighbors.

  • Avatar Ellen September 12, 2017, 1:46 pm

    Ah…like so many THOWs in Colorado the use of Beetlewood pine is so beautiful. I am delighted that this is a Legal community. I am in California where there is one up in Sonoma and another In Lemon Cove but so very far from everything. This THOW is lovely. I do not understand the lack of eating area and closet clothes storage. Love the 10 foot wide. Much more sensible and realistic to have home a bit wider. It seems like some sort of “sin” to admit that perhaps tiny is too tiny? There are basic home needs even if you do spend lots of time outdoors. A place to sit and eat. A desk and “command center” a small mudroom. Especially in Colorado where harsh winters are the norm. Is it really so terrible to admit that these things are necessary? That owning more than 3 outfits and a pair of shoes is somehow greedy? That sweaters and jackets, boots, scarves and mittens are selfish? I do not think so. Perhaps slightly bigger tiny homes will come into vogue. A bit more realistic.

    • Avatar James D. September 13, 2017, 3:53 am

      Ellen, there’s nothing wrong with pointing out not everyone’s needs will be the same or be as easy to downsize for tiny house living…

      Though, it can be surprising what needs can be met… Especially, if you look a little more carefully…

      Like note the two photos of the kitchen… The one showing the couch shows the table with a monitor and laptop on it but the other photo showing the kitchen doesn’t show that table, meaning it’s a fold down against the wall table that leaves a shelf for the monitor and frame when not using the table…

      So there’s a multi-use desk there that can be used for eating or working… Or you can just bring two bar stools to the counter and use it as a bar desk for eating as well…

      While there isn’t a photo of the master loft, the description lists it to have storage dresser for clothes, there’s multiple discrete storage compartments throughout the house, the crawlspace beneath the house can be accessed for storage, and all those storage sheds on the outside come with the house too…

      If you need more storage for cloths, that privacy wall for the master loft probably means you can mount a hanging rod between it and the back wall and turn the whole side of the loft into hanging space and you can curtain it off for aesthetics…

      The other loft back left corner also looks recessed, so may be deep enough to add a little hanging rod their too… Or you can just add half height closet furniture…

  • Avatar Tim November 14, 2017, 10:42 pm

    I love it. I’d love to what it would take to make it mine. What kind of payment plan do you have set up? Down payment? Very curious. I’ve been looking for a tinyish home in the springs area for a while now.

  • Avatar Susan April 12, 2018, 6:20 pm

    Beautiful I am having trouble getting these financed it’s not a house it’s not an RV ? I would love to live here are there more , I am in search of one asap , but running into the same story . I don’t have any land I would have to live there which is fine.

  • Avatar Ernestine April 13, 2018, 4:43 pm

    This is by far the best TH I’ve viewed. Love it! Are the blueprints offered for sale?

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