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Trade School-Built Tiny House for $26K

Here’s a great way to support trade education and get an affordable tiny house on wheels! This $26K tiny house on wheels is simple, but it has all the main components to get you started with tiny living.

The kitchen takes up the back wall of the tiny house, and there’s an open area for a small couch or some chairs. A staircase goes to the loft bedroom, and the bathroom is tucked beneath that. You’ll need to add appliances and a composting toilet. It’s for sale on Facebook Marketplace in Ashland, MA.

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15-ft. Tiny House Built by Trade School Students in MA: Available for $26K

The interior is clad with pine for a rustic look.

The kitchen has plumbing, but you’d need to add the appliances.

A shower stall sits adjacent to the sink.

Alternating steps go to the loft bedroom.

The bathroom has space for a composting toilet.

The metal siding holds up well to weather.

What do you think of this build?


Tiny house on 96×16 flat bed dual axle trailer. House measurements 7.2 w x 15.2 d 13’5” tall in rear. Equipped for pipe connection to RV/Mobile home sewer system. Electric set up for RV/Mobile home connection. Set up for a composting toilet (not included). Needs heater and cooktop installed. Two sinks and shower installed, electric water heater. All electrical and plumbing set up. Building plans included in price. Built by a trade school with licensed instructors. Trailer purchased from Tiny House Northeast NH

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Natalie C. McKee

Natalie C. McKee is a contributor for Tiny House Talk and the Tiny House Newsletter. She's a wife, and mama of three little kids. She and her family are homesteaders with sheep, goats, chickens, ducks and quail on their happy little acre.

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  • Kathy
    January 18, 2024, 6:49 pm

    Congratulations to the teacher and students who built this really nice tiny house! The kitchen and the bathroom appear to be more than adequate space-wise, and I am wondering if a washer dryer would fit behind the stairs. I would like to have seen the living space and the loft too, and I am curious why the width is so narrow. Even inches matter in tiny houses. Nice job! I hope you get a good price for it!

    • James D.
      February 22, 2024, 1:28 am

      On the width, they probably just used a standard trailer instead of one specifically made for THOWs. Many THOW trailer manufacturers are custom and pretty high priced. While schools shop builds often have to deal with limited budgets and time.

      Most regular trailers don’t max out the road legal size limits and some can even be more narrow than the tow vehicle. Mind, the trailer functions as the foundation for a THOW and is thus the real limiter on the size of the structure that can be built on it.

      Examples like Cargo Trailers are typically around 7 feet wide…

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