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Tennessee Tiny Homes Sells and Delivers Their First House for $17,500


The good folks over at Tennessee Tiny Homes just delivered their first tiny house. The client preferred not to have a television so they took it down and installed a large window instead, as you’ll see in the photos below. The house headed towards the Tennessee mountains and made it passed plenty of tight squeezes and big hills along the way. You’ll be glad to know that it made it 100% safely and now the home, named The Reed, now has its first happy owners.

The company is based in Memphis, Tennessee and owned by Joe Everson. The Reed Tiny House sold for $17,500. Congratulations to the new owners!

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Tennessee Tiny Homes Sells their First Tiny House for $17,500

Tennessee Tiny Homes: The Reed Tiny House

Above is Joe standing by his first house. Way to go Joe! I’m looking forward to his next product, how about you?

Tennessee Tiny Homes: The Reed Tiny House

If you’re interested in what kind of truck you’ll need to pull a tiny house check out this post. In this scenario, it was a very good idea to use a 4×4 truck since they were basically going off road and up hills.

Tennessee Tiny Homes: The Reed Tiny House

Look at how tight that is! Fortunately, they made it without any damage whatsoever to the house.

Tennessee Tiny Homes: The Reed Tiny House

Above is a shot of the house going uphill. I bet they were glad to have a four-wheel-drive in this moment! Below we’re going to go inside the house for a second. The clients that purchased the home didn’t want a TV so Joe had it removed and installed a nice window instead. Check it out…

Tennessee Tiny Homes: The Reed Tiny House

Don’t miss the fold-out table below the window, too. But here’s what it used to look like when there was a television there:

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Above is a shot of the view from the new window where the TV used to be. I’d say this is much better than TV! Finally below is a shot of the new owners of The Reed. Again, congratulations you guys!

Tennessee Tiny Homes: The Reed Tiny House

The house was built on an 8′ by 16′ utility trailer and features a porch, kitchen, upstairs sleeping loft, living area, and plenty of storage.

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Alex is a contributor and editor for TinyHouseTalk.com and the always free Tiny House Newsletter. He has a passion for exploring and sharing tiny homes (from yurts and RVs to tiny cabins and cottages) and inspiring simple living stories. We invite you to send in your story and tiny home photos too so we can re-share and inspire others towards a simple life too. Thank you!
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  • Avatar S Thorarinson
    November 8, 2012, 2:21 pm

    Has anyone put a ‘walk-in bathtub’ in a tiny house. I couldn’t bear to be without my evening bath before I sleep…..

  • Avatar Joe
    November 8, 2012, 5:21 pm

    Awesome post Alex!!! We actually sold “The Reed” for $17,500 and hope to keep our future larger “Tiny” homes under $20,000…. Anybody that has questions can check out our facebook page at

    http://www.facebook.com/TennesseeTinyHomes

    or email us at [email protected]. Thanks Alex for all your help along the way…. You rock!!

    • November 8, 2012, 5:49 pm

      Wow, what a deal! That’s an incredible value Joe. Thanks so much for the update!

  • Avatar Jim Lester
    June 23, 2015, 2:14 pm

    I modified an 8×16 trailer into a two stall bathroom. Now I want to change it into a tiny house. What regulations do I have to comply with. I was an ICBO inspector and a general contractor a few years back.
    Thank You,
    Jim

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