It’s a 28′ by 8’6″ tiny house on wheels with 238-sq.-ft. that’s ready for completion meaning the buyer would have to finish the interior. It’s an unfinished tiny house ready for a customized finish. What do you think?
This is a one-of-a-kind wedge tiny house shell by Project Tool Up and the story behind it.
It’s framed, insulated, waterproofed, roofed, sided, and built on a new 24ft trailer. At the moment, it’s available for $29,000 obo. Please see the info below if you’re interested. Also, what do you think of the wedge design?
This is an unfinished DIY tiny house shell that survived Hurricane Irma in Naples, Florida.
The other cool part is, the couple who own it were able to park two cars inside it during the storm which helped protect the cars while also adding weight to the structure to stabilize it during the storm.
DIY Tiny House Shell Survives Hurricane Winds in Florida
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