This is a one-of-a-kind wedge tiny house shell by Project Tool Up and the story behind it.
It’s framed, insulated, waterproofed, roofed, sided, and built on a new 24ft trailer. At the moment, it’s available for $29,000 obo. Please see the info below if you’re interested. Also, what do you think of the wedge design?
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24ft One-of-a-kind Wedge Tiny House Shell For Sale
Images via Project Tool Up
We are three carpenters who have spent several years in upstate NY experimenting with small, off-grid homes.
In 2017 we decided to combine our best ideas into a single design and turn the building process into an educational experience.
We created a paid summer vocational training program called Tool UP and built this awesome structure with the help of five brilliant teens.
Images via Project Tool Up
- One-of-a-kind design
- Designs to maximize space
- Creative and unique
- Framed, insulated, waterproofed, roofed and sided
- Built on 24ft custom trailer
- No utilities or plumbing
- Designed for off-grid lifestyle
- Shou-sugi-ban live-edge slab siding
- Black metal roof
- Local lumber
- Unique shape
- Wide dormer
- Spacious loft
- Kingston, NY
- $29k obo
The buyer is to get the title to the trailer, two sets of keys, potential delivery depending on location, amazing ash hardwood floorboards milled for this project from local lumber (uninstalled), and a Digital 3D model and original floor plan design for this off-grid tiny house.
For Sale | PDF w/ more details | Contact
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As an upstater in NY.. I have to say in all honestly this is the ugliest building I ever saw .! bar none. I have followed tiny’s way before it was a trend. most are beautiful….sadly this is not…SORRY GUY’S YOU MISSED THE BOAT BY 1000 MILES. GOOD LUCK TRYING TO SELL THIS THING….You will need luck….
Hey hunter thank you for posting this! I designed and built this tiny house and gotta say I do appreciate your honest and passionate opinion. But really tho, the ugliest? 1000 miles? lol, that’s cold. What offends you the most about this building?
At first i thought it looked like a dumpster but i looked closer and i think there is a, well not so subtle beauty to it, i quickly noticed the exterior walls remind me of veins of leaves and the detail around the wheel wells is beautiful. I would buy this shell amd have the interior finished and furnished to to my liking if i had a place to put it but i work in san antonio and its hard to find reasonably priced land to place a thow around here.
Here in New Zealand we have a word for this… MEGAFUGLY!
I’d take it… if they gave me $1,000. Make good firewood.
Totally agree with hunter…
Alex… could you please fix the reply details boxes to work first time? Or… even better, go back to the old one. Never. Ever. Had a problem with the old one at all. tks.
Looks like a dumpster!
Nice lines, love the exterior. Could do something amazing with the interior!
Sadly, it is unattractive. All that hard work. And what was their thinking with the diagonal ends?
It’s a architectural detail that helps maximize space… Normally, a loft bump out is limited to 2 feet cantilever but this shape allows it to extend to 4 feet and they did it in both directions. So, while the trailer is 24′, the structure is actually 32′ wide.
This gives more space for the loft, which the listing indicates is 15 feet in length, and the angled walls from the interior help make the space feel even bigger…Along with also providing additional overhang over the ends that provides a little better weather protection for at least those two ends, and provides the trailer tongue some protection it normally never gets…
James thank you! Spot on with your explanation. Another reason we designed the house with angled walls was to maximize roof surface area because we designed it to incorporate a rain catchment system that would pump up to a tank in the loft for a gravity-fed plumbing system. We also built angled walls over the tongue of the trailer to protect propane tanks and/or a mini-split system, while adding balance to the house when hitched for towing and to provide an opportunity for a guest loft inside.
It does look sort of dumpster-ish, but it could be fixed. They’ve done a lot of work–great opportunity for someone to fit it out to their own specs. I understand the principle of the shou-sugi-ban siding, but I don’t care for the dark look. My main concern: how heavy is it? All that siding looks heavy.
There are options for the appearance, look up shou-sugi-ban color staining…
I live in a park model in an RV Resort. We have 3 THOWS on site. One has the door on the wrong side like this one. The other two are built to RSVP code.
Interesting, what do you mean the door is on the “wrong side”?
Referencing the RV standard for having the main side door on the passenger side of the trailer. So when parked near each other the steps don’t run into each other and each occupant doesn’t have to run into each other all the time.
Not a issue when off-grid or otherwise have lots of space to itself but in a RV park with lots right next to each other it can be an issue.
Though, lots that can be accessed from either direction can compensate by just reversing the direction orientation it’s parked so the doors then face the same direction…
Nice design! Love the exterior siding. Great potential for the interior.
Chi is bad with all these steep pointing angles – the energy in and around this house will not be good. Black does not help the situation. Sorry.
Chi/Qi in Feng Shui is quite a bit more complex and nuanced than that… besides it doesn’t hurt to accept a little Wabi-sabi in your life…
Most people generally have trouble with new concepts. When faced with them, their minds will start searching for comparisons, to help them relate…..here, dumpsters. Help them along w/ a bit…..86 the black color. Go light and add an outside awning to soften the look.