This is a 220 sq. ft. tiny house on wheels for sale out of Candler, North Carolina.
The couple who own it designed and built it themselves but shortly after moving into it, they are now expecting a baby so are preparing to move into a larger space.
Take a full tour of the home below, let us know what you think in the comments, and if you’re interested buying it, you can reach out to the owners using the form at the bottom of this article. Thanks!
Couple’s 220 Sq. Ft. Tiny House on Wheels For Sale in Candler, NC
This is Laura and Jeremy’s 240 sq. ft. SIP (structurally insulated panels) tiny house on wheels that is now up for sale.
Jeremy and I have decided to grow our family through adoption, and, to make space for little ones, have decided to part ways with our tiny home. We built our tiny home to achieve two important life goals: live debt free and go on plenty of adventures. The past two and a half years of tiny home living has more than delivered on its promise. We’ve paid off our loans, adventured across the nation, and found a wonderful place to raise a family, Eugene, Oregon. Now, we’re thrilled to offer our tiny home to you.
Growing Family Selling Their 240 Sq. Ft. SIP Tiny House
Pat & Mel built this tiny house in Ontario, Canada as a way to stop paying rent, and to start living a simple, minimalist lifestyle.
They lived in it completely off the grid for 3 years while it was parked on a friend’s land, but they recently decided to sell the tiny home and buy a house because it was cheaper than buying vacant land (a down payment on a piece of land in Ontario is often 35%, while the cost of a down payment on a home is often as low as 5%).
While they were living in the house, they were completely off the grid. They used a wood stove for heat, solar panels for electricity, propane for hot water and cooking, and they collected rainwater for all of their water needs. They used a composting toilet (Nature’s Head) since they didn’t have access to a septic system.
Tessa and Jacob from The Free to Wander Bus built this epic skoolie conversion for about $12,000 CAD ($9,244 USD), including the cost of the bus, new tires, and mechanical work to get it on the road.
The couple are firm believers in reducing their environmental footprint, which is why they decided to try living in a small space.
They have a cozy sitting area that doubles as a guest bed, a dining table with two stools, a spacious kitchen with a simple plumbing setup and lots of counter space, a wood stove for heat, and a double bed at the back, separated from the main living space by two large closets.
Couple’s Amazing Skoolie Bus Conversion on a Budget!
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