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Sweet Pea Tiny House For Sale in Portland, Oregon

This is a Sweet Pea Tiny House for sale in Portland, Oregon.

It was built by ACE Academy’s construction students using Portland Alternative Dwelling’s Sweet Pea design.

The tiny house is built right onto a utility trailer and it features side entry french doors.

When you go inside, you’ll find a kitchen, bathroom, living area, and upstairs sleeping loft. Asking price is $45,000. Please enjoy, learn more, and re-share below. Thank you!

Sweet Pea Tiny House For Sale in Portland, Oregon

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This house is great for tiny home living, or an excellent house for short-term vacation rentals, like Airbnb. This is a small house with a spacious design, and lots of storage built in. This is a new house, finished in 2016.
On an Iron Eagle Trailer, following Portland Alternative Dwelling’s Sweet Pea design. Professionally plumbed and wired.

Highlights
One inch rigid foam creating a thermal around entirety of the house, 4″ rigid foam in the ceiling, sealed with spray foam. R-13 in the walls.

Oak floors, fir walls. Custom hand-built cabinets.

The bathroom is a wet room and has an ipe floor over a waterproof membrane, and slatted cedar walls, also over a waterproof membrane. The bathroom has a sink, shower, and two options for toilet: plumbed toilet, or composting/rv toilet.

Wired by WestSide electric. Plumbed by Apollo Mechanical. Built by construction students at ACE Academy

Learn more: https://portland.craigslist.org/mlt/rvs/5559863450.html

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  • Carol Perry May 13, 2016, 8:39 pm

    This Sweet Pea tiny home, I can see how it gets it’s name. This home is adorable!! Love all the storage it has to offer. It’s really cute! Love the color of the outside of the home. You won’t have any trouble selling it. Good Luck!! Carol🌻🌷🌹

  • Rue May 14, 2016, 1:52 am

    Lovely woodwork! They really packed a lot of storage into that bitty little house.

    I don’t see a kitchen sink….maybe there are hookups under the counter for one to be installed?

  • kristina nadreau May 14, 2016, 10:14 am

    everything is wood.

  • AVD May 14, 2016, 12:06 pm

    Way to much interior wood. OK I suppose if you like living in a cave.

    And those kitchen-area shelves – are you kidding! Or are they being used as the emergency supply of fire-wood?

    Some of the cornerstones of the “Tiny House Movement” include affordability, ease of transport, and functionality. This “Sweet Pea” simply failed to germinate.

  • BB May 14, 2016, 3:32 pm

    Impressed with the amount of storage for a home of this size.

  • Denise May 15, 2016, 1:00 am

    This is beautiful with it’s handcrafted woodwork and attention to detail. I wish I had the funds and a way to get it up here, I would snap it up in a heartbeat.

  • Maria May 15, 2016, 7:07 am

    Well I don’t see a kitchen sink. Next the stove hood is too high . The hood could have been lower with a cabinet above. The kitchen shelves ,well it looks like they just threw up,some 2x4s’. Other wise they did a good job. Oh! where are the pictures of the bath room?

  • kevin May 16, 2016, 8:18 am

    amazing storage space!
    I have to ask though, what is with all of these tiny homes having minute refrigerators with full sized/ apartment sized stove/ovens?
    what kind of grand dinner parties are being thrown?

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