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Nomad Tiny Homes Shell for Sale

This is a Nomad Tiny Homes shell that’s currently for sale. (There are two “Nomad” THOW builders, so don’t get them confused! This is the one in Virginia.)

We have a 24’ tiny home for sale on a 14,000lb heavy duty trailer, the large lofts on this home are cantilevered three feet at either end making the overall length of the home over 30 feet long. This is a high end build using only the best of materials available. This unit features 2 large loft areas and massive windows that make you feel as if you were standing out doors when inside. The inside has been left incomplete for you to customize, you may complete on your own to save money or contract Nomad Tiny Homes to complete for you.

Take a look at the pictures below and get all the specs! For more questions or to purchase, contact Nomad Tiny Homes at [email protected].

Related: Black Pearl Tiny House by Nomad Tiny Homes

Nomad Tiny Homes Shell For Sale

Images via Nomad Tiny Homes

Images via Nomad Tiny Homes

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From the Builder: 

List price $32,128.00


This unit features: Top choice lumber; The landing are both framed with 2×6 cedar with clear pine sheathing finished with a sander sealer to protect the wood and still let the natural grain show through; Cedar Siding all pre stained before installation with 2 coats of Cetol By Sikkens, the best exterior finish available; 4 Large corbels also made out of cedar.

This unit features 10 top quality Marvin Integrity windows — One of Marvin window’s newest releases. These windows have a fiberglass clad exterior and a clear all wood stain grade interior, 6 of which are crank out awning-style windows that can be opened on those rainy evenings to circulate the fresh air without worry of water entering the home.

The 2 larger windows are a massive 4’ wide by 6’ tall that really give you that feeling of being out doors. All of the windows are dual pane Lowe – E Insulated glass.

The doors are both high impact fiberglass with oiled bronze hardware, dead bolts included, all keyed alike.

The red entry fiberglass door has a ¾ glass panel and a single lower raised panel hand brush painted to help give that old world feel.

The bronze 2 panel fiberglass door is what we call the utility closet, this is where we would possibly install our electrical panel and possibly our batteries and charge controller if the home was to be wired for solar power ( An off grid unit ) along with other storage items as well.

The roof is a standing seem metal that will last a life time. The roof also features 2 V-Lux sky lights centered over each loft.

This unit was designed with tall people in mind. We consider this unit to be a park model, something to set up at your favorite vacation spot.

Due to the height restrictions, when towing this unit you will need to pull a permit, which is a minor inconvenience for the loft space and head room you will have once settled.

This unit can be set up as an RV with connections for provided power and water supply or an actual off grid Tiny Home with solar power and water storage all operating off the 12 volt solar system, all depending on the purchasers budget, needs and or desires.

If interested in purchasing this beautiful tiny home on wheels Please e-mail us to set up a appointment to view in person.

This home is located in Orange Co. VA. Shown by appointment only.


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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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