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The Tiny Solar House – A Used Off-Grid Tiny House on Wheels For $45k


This self-sufficient tiny house on wheels is powered by 1,680 watts of rooftop solar panels and a 750 amp-hour battery bank.

It features a sleeping loft, bathroom with shower and compost toilet, kitchen with double sink, gas stove, and storage, plus a spacious living room with lots of windows and natural light.

So what do you think, is this a tiny house you can see yourself in?

The Tiny Solar House For Sale!

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The Tiny Solar House was built on an 18′ trailer and towed across America by it’s owner. It would work great for someone looking for a mobile lifestyle or someone looking to stay in one place. Living in a tiny house has allowed me to SAVE MONEY which is one of the biggest draws of downsizing! Additionally, I found myself spending much more time outside, enjoying the beautiful weather, scenery, and nature. I have a few connections for you to park the house (legally) in Austin if needed.

The tiny house is powered by 1,680 watts of rooftop solar panels and a 750 amp-hour battery bank. It can be plugged into a standard 110 Volt outlet, or 30/50 Amp RV hookups for additional power. I lived 4 months (Jan-April) in San Diego in this house and NEVER plugged in to the grid! Think about how much money you’ll SAVE on power bills (in addition to rent)!

The house was designed to have a modern, minimalist feel. It includes a sleeping loft upstairs that can fit a queen sized mattress and clothing storage units, bathroom with shower and compost toilet, kitchen with double sink, gas stove, and storage, plus a spacious living room with lots of windows and natural light!

 

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FEATURES
-Double sink and spray faucet
-Gas oven and 4-burner gas stove
-Butcher block countertops
-Full size electric refrigerator/freezer
-Custom Edison style LED lighting in kitchen and upstairs loft
-Bathroom has shower, compost toilet, and double shelves
-Living room has closet, couch with storage, 2 collapsible desks, ceiling fan, pull-down projector/privacy screen
-Upstairs sleeping loft can fit a Queen mattress
-All windows have custom blinds (except the 3 covered by the projector screen)
-A magnetic screen was installed on the door, so you can have the main door open without worrying about bugs getting in
-The solar panels have a 25-year warranty and 30-year lifespan
-The batteries have a 5-10 year lifespan. When they die in 5 years or so you’ll be able to install that sexy new Tesla battery!
-I’ll also include lots of extra tools, locks, and RV type equipment at no extra charge.

NOTE: The house is currently located in Austin TX but can be professionally delivered anywhere in the U.S.

Price: $45,000
Square feet : 210sf
Type of tiny house : On Wheels
Bedrooms : 1 bedroom upstairs loft

If you’re interested please fill out this form.

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  • warren trout May 13, 2018, 8:15 pm

    Why always a 4 burner range. Who in the world cooks with 4 burners? Save the space and make more storage

  • Karen Blackburn May 15, 2018, 4:17 am

    Agreed Warren, mum fed four of us for over 20 years with only 2 hobs, my aunt the same only for over 50 years. Would prefer 2 hobs and a small oven, coped and fed 3 like that for years. Like the layout downstairs as it feels spacious and usable, plus sofa looks like it could sleep one guest if needs, else plenty of usable floor space. Just don’t like stairs or loft design but each to their own. Obviously livable so good luck in selling.

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