Right now I wanted to let you know about Paul’s tiny house for sale. (SOLD) It’s a Wildflower tiny cabin on wheels that he bought a few years back from Tiny Green Cabins (Update: Page no longer found) and has been living in it for the last two years or so.
He doesn’t really want to sell it but the situation is that his parents are getting elderly so he’ll be assuming the mortgage of his parents home and moving to Seattle after many years in Boston.
And there’s no room for the tiny house on the small city lot where his parents are. Since he has nowhere to park it or keep it, he’s selling it and using the money for the move.
It’s built using welded steel instead of wood framing. The price also includes a Dickinson marine fireplace, two 30lb propane tanks, one 20lb propane tank, a metal tank cabinet, and more (see below).
Paul’s Tiny House For Sale Near Boston
Images © Paul Monaci
Above, you can see the stainless steel Big Berkey Gravity Water Filter used above the sink (no plumbing or electricity is wired in this tiny house).
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Images © Paul Monaci
Video: The Wilderflower Bunkhouse 3
Inside there’s a butcher block countertop, sink, and a Nature’s Head Composting Toilet (worth $900) is also included at the asking price. Overall, almost $33,000 was put into it.
Asking price is $25,000.
– Unfinished weight per CAT scale: 6300lbs (probably more like 7000 lbs now that I installed a bathroom wall, mini kitchen and furnishings);
– Marvin Integrity windows: Energy Star rated, U-Factor 0.31, Solar Heat Gain Coefficient 0.33, Visible Transmittance 0.57;
– Trailer by Felling Trailers with dual axle, electric brakes, break away safety hitch, rated for 10,000 GVW;
– Steel frame constructed from 18 gauge cold formed steel fastened and welded to trailer;
– Floor sheating ¾” LP plywood;
– Aluminum skinned underside;
– Wall and roof sheating ½” CDX plywood;
– 1 layer of Ice & Water for roof;
– Energy Star ProRib steel roof (medium green);
– John Mannville 1” polystyrene floor insulation at 3 layers;
– John Mannville 1” foam board insulation at 2 layers;
– Tyvek house wrap;
– Soffits and fascia primed and painted cedar;
– 2-6 Steel front door;
– 1×6 Fir WP4 tongue and groove wall and ceiling paneling;
– Ash solid hardwood flooring;
– D4 Pro-lap steel siding (charcoal gray);
– Porch is finished with Trex decking, rails and stairs
Some other items that he’s including are insulated blinds and curtains, a collapsible ladder to the loft, shelving, and more. He also mentioned that he’s working with a company that might be able to provide financing to qualified buyers along with delivery options and a warranty. If you’re seriously interested contact Paul.
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This little place is so cool.. there is absolutely nothing at all I’d change.. The front porch, the little heating system. closet space, And Love the color… Gray happens to be one of my favorite colors.. Nice job guys very well done..
Thanks Dominick glad you like it 🙂
Paul: if you read the comments about your tiny home, I’m sending the BEST OF LUCK TO YOU!!! You, Paul, are the kind of son that EVERY parent wishes they had the fortune to call “our son.” I, too, have walked your walk with my beloved MIL when she needed extended care. My husband and I adjusted our lives, she was invited into our home and family, and I wouldn’t change an hour of the time we had together, until she crossed over.
Bless you for caring so deeply for your parents, who obviously planted the seeds of Love & Care in you by example. Pack up your cool cat wall-hanging, bring along the pots and pans, and in the end, you’ll sleep with the peace of angels, knowing that you did all you could for your parents…and that another Tiny House is destined for your future.
Wishing you all the best, for now and in your future, Bee.
We’re so blessed to have you around here. Thanks for being so sweet. And we’re all wishing you the best, Paul!