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The Outpost Mobile Office by Walker Design Build

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This is The Outpost. It’s a mobile office by Walker Design Build.

It’s a 14ft mobile studio/flex space. Asking price is $23,000 and it’s located in Snoqualmie, Washington. It’s one of one built (the only one). What do you think?

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The Outpost Mobile Office/Flex Space on Wheels by Walker Design Build – FOR SALE

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Here it’s setup as an office complete with a cozy couch that seems to easily convert into a bed. Nice!

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So you can work, and when the time comes, take a little snooze to recharge. Sounds dreamy, I know.

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What kind of work do you see yourself doing in this little office on wheels?

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This mobile office is approximately 10ft tall.

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It’s 14ft in length.

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And about 8ft wide.

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How do you like it?

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The modern french door adds a really nice touch, doesn’t it?

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Personally, I would LOVE to work in something like this. This would be PERFECT…

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It’s the perfect office if you’re able to work virtually and you already have your own land. But it could be used for a variety of other purposes too…

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The Outpost by Walker Design Build – FOR SALE

I operate a licensed and bonded company with 20+ years in the trade. I’m listing The Outpost for sale. The Outpost is a mobile studio/flex space that is fully customizable to fit your needs. It is entirely custom built, with the highest grade materials & components. Some of the key features about the The Outpost are;

*Custom steel trailer on a 7,000 lb single axle
*The trailer is licensed and titled through Washington state (This bypasses a permit required to park)
*L.E.D lighting exterior/interior
*Wired with 240v/120v with a breaker panel & USB wall outlets
*Extremely rigid structural insulated panel (SIP) construction
*Super energy efficient (Entered into the PNW Green Home Tour)
*Single membrane roof
*Clear cedar siding (Locally milled and finished)
*High performance awning windows and door
*Can be used for home office, flex space, yoga studio, guest quarters……
There is so much more to it. Come take a look for yourself! I can also build one to your specific order. I specialize in design/manufacture/install. If you have any questions, feel free to ask.

Price: $23,000

Location: Snoqualmie, Washington

Learn more/check availability:

Source: https://seattle.craigslist.org/est/tro/d/snoqualmie-the-outpost/6971180355.html

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  • D. Pedersen
    September 12, 2019, 2:17 am

    That is not a house. That is just a room. For what it is, it looks nice. Nice craftsmanship.

    • Alex
      September 12, 2019, 8:39 am

      Thought maybe some might like the idea of having something like this in addition to their tiny house on wheels.

  • D Holm
    September 12, 2019, 4:58 am

    $23K for a box on wheels, am I missing something?

    • James D.
      September 12, 2019, 10:46 pm

      Similar reason to why something like a Yeti cooler costs a lot more than a cheap Styrofoam cooler… Things like the SIP construction, etc. makes it not your typical box… That said, just like a Yeti cooler it can be considered overkill if you’re only looking for a box and don’t need something super energy efficient, etc…

  • Fred
    September 12, 2019, 2:16 pm

    It has some real possibilities.
    Makes for a nice, compact, mobile office (as shown). I wonder how useful a general contractor would find this?
    I like it as a tiny home, too….granted, it would need to be setup as such, internally, but at 10 ft. high, there’s more than ample room for a small loft bedroom.
    The outside lights built into the overhang is a nice touch, too. Very professional look.

  • Lee Ann
    September 16, 2019, 3:04 pm

    Nice clean space for a home office. A bit out of my price range (most things are LOL) but great idea for a space. Would be interesting to build oneself our of materials found used or reclaimed.

    • Lee Ann
      September 16, 2019, 3:04 pm

      “…out of…”, that is. 🙂

  • August 23, 2020, 11:50 pm

    I have subscribed to ‘Tiny House’ for many years. I was looking for ‘tiny office’ so my husband can build a ‘tiny office space’ about 100 sq ft, like our studio, to keep files when I retire. Since I’m currently working from home, I’ll keep my eyes open for a cute barn roof tiny building that I would like in my back yard, that is secure and attractive.
    Tank you!

    • Natalie C. McKee
      August 24, 2020, 1:30 pm

      Have you checked out the sheds at Home Depot or Lowes? They have some really cute barn ones that could be made into an adorable office space without too much extra effort!

  • Cari Caruso
    August 24, 2020, 2:10 pm

    I meant ‘thank you.’
    Yes, and sheds.com and others. I just always check Tiny House since I like the site and get the emails.
    Thank you!

  • Fred
    August 25, 2020, 12:33 am

    Exactly. Home Depot or Lowes was the first thing I thought of, too.

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