Despite being on the shorter end of a typical tiny home, you still get a loft, kitchenette, and a decent living area out of the 20-foot-long tiny trailer house. Since it’s considered an RV, it also saves you a lot on property taxes.
But wait! There’s more. Keep reading to check out everything that the micro residence has in store for you:
Tiny Home Size
- 20′ long
Tiny Home Price
$22,000 located in Spofford, NH.
Tiny Home Features
- Thanks to the incinerating toilet, the tiny trailer house doesn’t warrant a septic system. The ash collects in a bag that can be safely disposed of in the trash.
- Throw in solar power, and you get off-the-grid capabilities as well.
- Teak, redwood, and pinewood throughout with oak flooring bring out the aesthetics, imparting a rustic look to the mobile home.
- Given the features and no major issues, the price tag of $22K is a really good one. Grab this one before it’s gone!
On the outside, teak and redwood decorate the front and back ends of the tiny trailer house, with a v-groove design taking care of the sides. A plentiful number of windows is already a good sign that gets better as you check out more of the micro dwelling.
The door opens into the living area first: a small room that can keep 1 recliner chair with a TV on the wall for entertainment. A retractable table also provides a working and dining area that saves space when not needed.
The kitchen area features a four-burner 20-volt electric stove with built-in shelving. A mini-fridge is appropriate here, but you can go with a larger one if you’re willing to sacrifice cabinetry.
A loft provides sufficient space for storing everything for one person, or it can sleep one, but it is best used for the former. Most features of this mobile dwelling suggest it’s for one person.
The bathroom features a standard shower and an incinerator toilet. A small medicine cabinet sits above the toilet to provide extra storage.
There is one thing you have to be aware of: mold. The shower has accumulated mold and needs to be taken care of. A quick estimate would tell you that it shouldn’t set you back by any more than $3000. Another viable option would be to get a new unit, but things start to get a bit more expensive here, usually in the ballpark of $10,000 and higher.
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For more information about this tiny trailer house, check out the complete listing in the Tiny House Marketplace. Make sure that you let them know that iTinyHouses.com sent you their way.