This is the Tiny Modern Farmhaus that’s still for sale in Dallas, Texas. It’s ready to live in and built on a 20ft custom trailer with dual 6,000 pound axles.
When you go inside, you’ve got closet space to the right along with a full bathroom and your upstairs sleeping loft above. Your staircase to the loft doubles as storage with the rest of the space for your kitchen and living area. Take the tour and get more details below then let me know what you think in the comments.
244 Sq. Ft. Tiny Modern Farmhaus on Wheels!
The Tiny Modern Farmhaus!
Plug n Play Ready in Dallas TX
Price : $49,000
Specs of house below
Built on a brand new 20 foot custom built steel trailer built to my specs from a local fab shop.
Tire warranty that comes with trailer
2-6,000 lbs axles (12,000 lbs cap) with brakes and standard lights
Standard 2-5/16″ ball hitch
The house is 20′ long, 13′,6″ in height. Loft extends another 3′ over the tongue
2″ x 4″ walls, subfloor and ceiling
2 x 12″ for loft structure
Batting insulation in all walls, subfloor and ceiling. (R 13)
Zip system sheathing (R 3.3-6.6)
Pine tongue and groove with barn tin facade
10 commercial grade vinyl sliding double pane windows
R panel metal roofing (arctic white) with roof felt.
Hot / cold Pex plumbing
House can be ran off of 110v or 220v (30-50amp service)
GFCI outlets and paddle dimmer switches throughout home
All windows are furnished with custom “S” shaped white blinds Walls are cape cod tongue and groove with wainscoting Conventional front door with double pane window.
LED and vintage lighting
-Black granite countertop with conventional cabinetry and drawers
-Double deep stainless steel sink with pullout stainless steel faucet
-Avanti stainless steel/black gas Range with four burners
Stainless steel 11 cuft. Quietest refrigerator we’ve found.
-LG microwave with Inverter (50% less energy consumption)
Laundry: All in one washer/vented dryer from Splendide. Splendid 2100xc
We have had great luck with this machine, we use ours at least 4 times a week, super impressed !
Pocket sliding door
Walk in white tiled shower with sliding window and low profile framed glass door.
Domestic 320 toilet
Can be easily removed if the buyer wanted to put a compost toilet in.
Floating white porcelain sink with white cabinet.
Loft accommodates a queen size mattress that is sunk into the loft for a low profile look.
We have included a Pillow top mattress shown is photos with the house (optional)
Four trapped doors with storage compartments around bed.
40″ sharp smart flat screen tv on a 180* degree swivel bracket
(Tv can be watched from loft or from kitchen and living area)
Stairs up to loft have built in cabinets and storage compartments
Other Appliances and miscellaneous:
9,000 btu Innova inverter mini split AC, heater and dehumidifier
Eccotemp tankless hot water heater (propane)
Connecticut electrical breaker box
With external 20amp plug for outside uses.
2- 20 lbs propane tanks with dual auto regulator which serve the range and hot water heater
Drainage is routed underneath the trailer with 1-1/2″ pipe and transitions to a conventional 4″ Rv hookup adapter
Grey water and black water have separate discharge outlets ( we route our grey water discharge to the garden and yard. Black water to the septic.
No holding tanks
Transportation available, at buyers expense. You can haul it or use your own transportation company however I do have a transportation company that will haul it insured.
For any questions or more pictures please call Brent 817-789-0362.
Our big thanks to Brent for sharing!
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