John and Elsa decided to build this tiny house “because we wanted to” — which is about the best reason I can think of! They contracted out different aspects of the build, like the steel framing and roofing, and now rent the home to a South African woman who was stuck due to the pandemic. Later, they may sell the tiny house and find a new project to work on.
It sits in a private spot at the end of the couple’s garden, and inside it has all the luxuries you’d want from a tiny house, including a large lounge area, fully-equipped kitchen, and bathroom with shower and flush toilet. There’s heating and air-conditioning inside, and two lofts.
The couple shared all the tiny house specs below, so be sure to read more and watch the video tour as well.
Lil Red is builder Ben’s third tiny house project, and is currently for sale in Melbourne, Australia. You can follow more of Ben’s work on Instagram.
The itty bitty home packs in a storage couch, tiny table, compact kitchen and lofted double bed. It is missing a bathroom (although it has an outdoor shower!), but it’s a challenge to fit one into just 14 ft.! The exterior features burned cedar, which was a new endeavor for Ben and family that you can learn about in the video.
Great tiny house on a 25′ trailer that was built to withstand hurricane force winds. It is all brand new. New high end cedar siding, double pane high end windows, and quality metal roof. The interior is not completed, however some of the wiring has been started and the shower stall has be installed. Also, some of the rough ins are in place. It has a loft bedroom. I did not plan to sell it, but the difficulty moving it to my mountain property in NC made plans change. I have put a lot of work and effort into this; I want it to go to a good home. I have $5000 into it, but I am only asking 4500 to help with a quick sale. I am willing to look at trade offers for the following: Used truck (2002 or later), gold and/or silver, used trailer camper 2008 or later, possibly firearms along with cash. If you have trade offers please provide pictures… Only serious offers please…
So you want to find reclaimed materials for your tiny house project because paying upward of $20,000 for a one-hundred-something square foot home just doesn’t seem right. Fortunately there are people who have built their little houses for less than $10,000 using some of the tips in this article.
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