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28ft Pine Clad Tiny Home in North Carolina


We don’t see as many pine-clad tiny homes as we once did, so a throwback like this is always welcome. THOWs like this give off a lovely cabin vibe! This one is single level, with a multipurpose living room and bedroom. And there’s no loft in sight.

A small kitchen area has a two-burner cooktop and a microwave, and you can plug in a refrigerator. A small counter under the window would give you some seating for mealtimes, and there’s a small bathroom in the back of the house. You can purchase this house, built by Trinity Tiny Homes NC, for $55,000.

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The natural pine is both cozy and bright!

The butcher block countertop blends into the wall.

A refrigerator will fit right next to the counter.

Large windows let in plenty of natural light.

The living room has a mini-split for climate control.

The bathroom has a compact shower stall.

You also get a residential toilet and vanity.

The dark flooring is a lovely contrast.

Vinyl siding makes this easy to care for.

Details:

We have one 8’6”x28FT tiny home on wheels for sale.

The Tiny Home is Noah Certified – Which gives you peace of mind it is built right and inspected by building inspectors at every stage.

We are a small family run business!
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This was built as an Airbnb rental or it’s perfect for an elderly relative or anyone who wants to live tiny! – so it comes with everything ready to go… it has a ground floor bedroom area, which you’ll see in the pics is the open end of the home under the A/C unit. A queen bed could be placed vertical and fit two side tables, or place the bed against the back wall horizontal so you have more space to add a dining table & closet. The potential fridge/freezer would usually be placed at the end of the kitchen beside the microwave. The space opposite the kitchen is used for a sofa/futon, or some clients use it as a desk/dining area. It’s basically a blank slate, so you can place your furniture as you wish and decorate/paint the space to make it your own.

The Brand New Trailer is Custom Built for Tiny Homes and we only use ZIPS Panel system for the walls and roof at no extra charge like similar companies.

The complete tiny home includes;
-the Custom Trailer, floor insulation (R19), Zips Wall and roof panel system, Framing, wall (R15) and ceiling (R19) insulation, Black Metal roof, Primed LP Siding, ductless A/C Heat Wall unit, interior walls and ceiling is pine tongue and groove, wood effect vinyl flooring, 4 ceiling Recessed lights, bathroom light with exhaust fan, vanity light, GFCI outlets in kitchen and bathroom, many receptacles throughout, Electric 50 amp cable hook up (just like an RV), 19 gallon water heater, flushing toilet, shower unit, single vanity, kitchen cabinets, standard hardware, countertop – butcher block, full size wall microwave with exhaust fan, kitchen single stainless sink, two ring cooktop, 6 windows and front door with door handle/lock. Just as you see the in the pics!

We are located in Weaverville NC.
Make an appointment to see the tiny home rental on our property and other builds we are completing.

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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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  • Michael
    February 10, 2024, 7:19 pm

    It looks nice and there is no loft which I like.
    What are ZIPS?

    • James D.
      February 11, 2024, 8:52 pm

      A popular sheathing product for high end home construction, which is an all-in-one structural panel (examples include OSB, Plywood, etc) but with built-in exterior insulation/house wrap already applied to each panel.

      So no need for house wrap, etc. and just use their sealant tape, or similar (assuming it’s compatible with the exterior insulation coating and won’t peel off) all weather sealant product (fluid apply, etc), to seal the joints between panels. Providing the benefit of quick installation that’s also more reliable and durable than previous traditional methods with applying the layers separately.

      The company also has a range of similar products, including one’s with insulation layer for added functionality…

      • Michael
        February 12, 2024, 8:26 am

        James, thank you for that. Saves time and weight.
        There should be a ready interior surface, too to make it perfect.
        Do you have their website?
        I haven’t been able to find it.

        • James D.
          February 12, 2024, 9:11 am

          Look up Huber Engineered Woods, they’re the company behind that product…

  • Marsha Cowan
    February 10, 2024, 10:31 pm

    This is really nice and simple, but also pretty. It’ll be warm and cozy when the owner adds their own touches.

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