Gorgeous 24 Foot Tiny House Shell

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Price: $12900 Address: Rural Central
Type: Sale City: Dewey
Bedrooms: 1 State: Az
Bathrooms: 1 Country: USA
Size: 312 Sq. Ft. Postal Code: 86329
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Amazing opportunity to purchase a tiny house shell. This “Cabin ” as we call it is built on a heavy duty 18,000 pound capacity trailer. It is 24 feet long and 8 feet wide.With the two lofts a grand total of 312 square feet. The Cabin features an entry redwood deck, covered patio, bath area, bookcase stairs, storage loft, and very large sleeping loft. The floor is insulated with earth friendly denim insulation. The exterior is wrapped in gorgeous Ponderosa pine lap siding, topped with a metal roof, and Upgraded dual pane Milgard windows. Here is an opportunity to finish a home to your liking and live mortgage free. Use it as a primary residence, vacation rental, or a vacation cabin. $12,900. More details available as well as floor plan. We planned on moving into this home and moving it to our property in Washington however plans changed and now we need to sell it.

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Listed on : 14/01/2013
Property Id : #18200

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Location : Rural Central ,Dewey,Az,USA,86329

9 Comments → “Gorgeous 24 Foot Tiny House Shell”


  1. Niall

    Jan 15, 2013

    This house was a custom design by Humble Homes (i.e. me). I’m a structural engineer, and I designed this house to be extremely sturdy. I also have to say that the owners have taken no short-cuts during the construction of the shell. If you have any questions regarding this home you can contact me through info@humble-homes.com I’m happy to answer any queries!

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  2. Virginia La Monica

    Jan 15, 2013

    I love your design and esp. the stairs to the loft. Timing just isn’t right for me :(

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  3. craig

    Jan 15, 2013

    i wood love to own it 5000 down and a payment plan

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  4. ImReady

    Jan 16, 2013

    3/4″ stair steps??? BAD….actually the steps look more like 7/16″ O.S.B…..maybe you put them on there just to take a picture? I sure hope so. I wouldn’t let a small kid walk those! Other than that, it’s an OK job. You didn’t use the same method to trim out the outside of the windows. The ones on the rear of the trailer are trimmed different than the ones on the end with the entrance door. As far at the wheels are set back from the center, there’s way too much weight on the tongue, it’s gonna fail right at the where it’s welded on the front of the trailer frame. It definitely needs some serious re-enforcing. Beautiful wood though!!!

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  5. ImReady

    Jan 16, 2013

    I meant “as far AS the wheels are set back from the center…..

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  6. Gretchen

    Jan 16, 2013

    Love the fact that it has stairs. Could you share the floor plan?

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  7. Jillian DeMarco

    Jan 16, 2013

    oh I WISH I had the $$ for this!! Stairs sold me!! TWO lofts! WOW!! I have 2 young children (1 an infant)!! A ladder to their loft wouldn’t be safe. I wish I wish I wish I wish I wish!!!

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  8. Edward van natta ( TW

    Nov 01, 2013

    I am looking for detail about products place leave message get 500 drown on it

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  9. Robert

    Dec 13, 2013

    Please tell me the height of the area under the back loft. The picture give illusion of being kinda low. Could a 6 ft man walk undeer the loft comfortably? Please advise.

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