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Solar Powered Tiny Home For Sale in Lago Vista, Texas for $32k


This is an 8ft by 20ft solar-powered tiny home on wheels for sale in Lago Vista, Texas for $32,000.

It has a 230 watt solar panel hooked up to a 24 volt battery system and also features a rain water collection system so it’s ready for off-grid living. You can learn more about it and its availability at the listing over at Tiny Home Builders.

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20ft Off-Grid Tiny Home For Sale in Lago Vista, TX for $32k

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Highlights

  • 224 sq. ft.
  • $32k
  • Lago Vista, TX
  • Built in 2014
  • Off-Grid Ready
  • 8ft x 20ft
  • Solar power
  • Water collection

Learn more: https://www.tinyhomebuilders.com/tiny-house-marketplace/solar-powered-tiny-home

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  • BrendaPatterson July 10, 2018, 11:15 pm

    Please send me something on this home

  • Karen Blackburn July 11, 2018, 6:39 am

    Very expensive shed. Don’t get me wrong, I am thinking along the lines of a shed for myself but on a foundation of sorts. If it needs to be moved then a large fork lift and a flat bed lorry to move it. I may need to move belongings separately but you are severely limited by weight anyway on a lot of these trailers. Keeping everything in chests means everything is tidy and when I move I just take the chests out first. Most of the weight gone just like that. Most of these THoWs must be near the weight limits anyway from all the extras, fridge/freezer/washer/dryer/stove all weigh a lot before you even add your belongings. Add in a couple of sewing machines, fabric, paperwork plus the building and furniture then you are well up to the weight limits, clothing and accessories, food, crockery, cutlery and cooking extras and you’re over it. That way lies problems and yet I never see weight really mentioned as a problem.

    • James D. July 11, 2018, 6:53 pm

      It of course depends on the builder but most will account for the weight when designing the house… Thus it’s usually not an issue and some over built to allow for very high load capacities…

      It’s one of the reasons why professional builders use custom made for Tiny House trailer chassis and some order them from manufacturers that will do custom orders for specific builds…

      So it’s usually inexperienced builders or those coming from say building RV’s that tend to get too close to the max weight capacity limit…

      But, all of that is mainly a issue while traveling… Once placed at a location the house can be put on a foundation base with support pillars/jacks that’ll support and spread the weight load over multiple points.

      So, if you move the stuff separately, then the house can be loaded up after it is properly set up with more stuff than it could otherwise be moved with… Though, designing it with more weight capacity than you’ll ever use is another option…

      You could go all the way up to a 8K quad axles for a maximum of around 32,000 lbs, which most tiny houses would come nowhere near… Just like you can choose to go wider or longer…

      Or you could stay with the standard design and just engineer the house to be lighter… Like those doing steel or SIPs/MIPs framing can end up with more than 3000 lbs lighter than the equivalent all wood framed structures, especially the timber framed chunky style houses…

  • Marsha Cowan July 11, 2018, 7:28 pm

    This is a nice size for a tiny house. It has a nice kitchen and lofts. Does the bench go with the house? Conventional codes are now allowing builders to use 24″ centers for framing which means less weight. I used 24″ centers on my last build, and after putting in all my things and building in furniture, I was still almost a 1000 pounds underweight! So I could have put a lot more into my house or on it.

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