Tiny House With Stand Up Loft

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Price: $11800 Address: Anywhere
Type: Sale City: Snohomish
Bedrooms: 1 State: Washington
Bathrooms: Country: USA
Size: 192 Sq. Ft. Postal Code: 98290
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It has only been used for 13 days (in a home show) and we are selling this unit at an incredible price! This is a 2- story 12″x16″ Cabin with 4′ porch & overhang. The loft is 8’x15′ and is tall enough to stand upstairs. The interior square footage is just under 200 sq ft so you can build it in most counties without a building permit. It is made of White Spruce 2×6 T&G material with an interlocking notch in the corners for structural stability. IT’S BEAUTIFUL!! It comes with a foundation of (4) 4×6 pressure treated skids & (32) 2″ pavers, a 2×6 pressure treated base – 16″ on center with 3/4″ plywood, wall height of 12″ with a 16” peak, (7) lowE double pane vinyl windows (with screens), (1) 36″ – 9 light door, 1×6 T&G finish kit for the ceiling, and a metal roof.

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Listed on : 07/10/2013
Property Id : #27768

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Location : Anywhere,Snohomish,Washington,USA,98290

5 Comments → “Tiny House With Stand Up Loft”

  1. Darryl

    Oct 07, 2013

    Wow, Beautiful and what a deal. However, you wouldn’t be able to move it very far, given the height. Maybe that explains the low price. Too bad there aren’t any pics of the rest of the downstairs.


  2. Rusty

    Oct 07, 2013

    Fantastic price! Beware though, any part of the lofted area with 5′ headroom or more is considered square footage, as is the porch so a buyer would most likely require a permit.


    • Colleen

      Oct 07, 2013

      Rusty is correct in that every county has their own set of rules so you’ll want to check before you purchase. We also want to say that in most counties in the Northwest it’s been our experience that you are able to build this building without a permit. If the porch is less than 18″ off the ground and a separate base (which this is) then you do not have to count it when considering your square footage. We have been in business for 11 years and built in WA, OR, ID, MT, AK and CA. If you would like help getting these answers or have any other questions, please call.


  3. BluTangle

    Oct 07, 2013

    It is good that the readers are more up to date on the law and the codes and present what they know in the comments .
    Many of the sellers that do not divulge any pertinent or known information for a less savy buyer.

    Why would something be called a “stand up loft” when it is clearly a second story.

    This height would require a special oversize permit to move and only on a preapproved route.


  4. Dina Lynn

    Feb 14, 2015

    Hi! I live in Everett Washington and have just started looking into micro living homes. My mom is getting older and I am newly empty nested , so it seems like the perfect answer . I do not know about the codes and if I would need a permit. It would be on her owned property and would contain 600-700 sq feet easily. So my questions are. Do you have other models which I can look @ and do you do estimates to help with the process of possible permits, moving it or building it n the property? I would appreciate your help and look forward to hearing from you! Thank~You, Dina Lynn


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