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The Petite Cabin: 150 Sq. Ft. THOW For Sale in Huntington, Indiana


This is the Petite Cabin by Collins Tiny Homes. It’s a 150 sq. ft. tiny house on wheels that’s for sale out of Huntington, Indiana.

It also features a 58 sq. ft. detachable porch. This tiny house was built in 2017 and is priced at $35,500 according to the listing on Tiny Home Builders.

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Highlights

  • The Petite Cabin
  • Huntington, Indiana
  • Built in 2017
  • 150 sq. ft.
  • 2×4 construction
  • Fully insulated
  • Pella Windows
  • Pine Tongue & Groove Walls
  • White oak live edge countertops
  • Metal Roofing
  • Cedar Exterior
  • 100-amp capable electric service
  • Electric 19-gallon water heater
  • 34 inch 1 piece stand up shower
  • Choice of Nature’s Head Composting Toilet or Conventional Toilet
  • Rinnai Propane Heater
  • 58 sq. ft. detachable porch
  • Listed for $35,500

Learn more: https://www.tinyhomebuilders.com/tiny-house-marketplace/the-petite-cabin

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  • D. Pedersen September 1, 2018, 7:12 am

    I would have placed the stove on the same side as the kitchen sink. And then I would set up a staircase – with closet – to the bed. Using a ladder is simply not practical. Too dangerous at night.

    • James D. September 2, 2018, 6:00 pm

      In terms of safety, stairs are actually more dangerous at night…

      When you use a ladder, you’re leaning your body against it and using both hands and feet. So you can easily feel your way and know your orientation to the ladder in even complete darkness… as well as have 2-3 points of contact at all times to make it easier to keep your balance and catch yourself if you do slip.

      Versus stairs, which you’re only engaging with your feet and if you can’t see the stairs then you’re relying on your muscle memory, sense of balance, and sense of orientation to accurately position yourself to not only not miss a step but even the entire staircase, especially, if you misjudged where the railing is located, which really only provides you one point of contact to help keep your balance and try to save yourself if you do slip and fall but that relies on you falling in a way you can leverage the railing…

      For example, if you were descending and your feet slipped forward and out from under you then holding onto the railing won’t do much to prevent you from falling down and onto the stairs, which means your back and head can hit the pointed edges of the stair treads…

      Effectiveness of railings also depends on you having a good grip and arm strength and they have to be positioned properly or they can actually cause you to lose your balance if you have to hold them awkwardly…

      That said, stairs are more convenient in that they require less physical effort to climb and as long as you have good balance then stairs free up your hands to be able to carry things, which is hard to do with a ladder… But they both have their risks and dangers to consider…

      While there’s also hybrid stairs/ladders… Like those made for attics, which can fold down and function like stairs, complete with hand rails, but are moveable and thinly framed like ladders…

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