This is a $6,000 tiny house on wheels near Nashville, Tennessee for sale that was built with reclaimed materials.
The tiny house doesn’t look perfect but still seems like it could work for the right person who’s handy and may want to customize and make improvements to it. Take a look and let us know what you’d do to make it better in the comments!
Meet the “Dome-anooga,” dubbed so by owner Glenn. This monolithic dome home sits in his backyard in Chattanooga, Tennessee, and is a rental for couples traveling to the area.
The home is studio-style, with the living, dining, and kitchen area all in the main central dome. There’s a Murphy bed with a Tempurpedic mattress that can be tucked away during the daytime for maximum storage space. There’s also a bathroom and laundry closet, so everything you need is in one place!
This is the story of the Cedar Mountain Tiny House that was built by David Latimer after attending a Tumbleweed workshop back in 2015 with his father.
David went on to modifying the plans he bought at the workshop and started building two of his first tiny homes, one of them being this one. Afterward, as you may know, he went on to start New Frontier Tiny Homes, an epic tiny house company that has designed/built some of the most incredible tiny homes. So I guess you can say this is a chance to own a bit of history. This tiny house is available for $89,000 via Tiny House Listings. More details below.
A Tiny House w/ History For Sale… David Latimer’s Cedar Mountain Tiny House
It’s a 7×10 tiny house on wheels, built in 2015, according to the listing, was built in 2015 and purchased for $15,000. Take a look and learn more below and let us know what you think in the comments, please. Thanks!
It’s a slow and steady process, but more and more, we continue to see tiny house communities like this being developed. Which is great because that means we actually get to have more opportunities to live in tiny houses legally and in peace. So here’s another one to add to your radar and maybe consider. And they can build your tiny house too because they’re builders. Also worth noting, they offer 9-foot and 10-foot wide builds too.
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