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Custom Cider Box Tiny House
Trinity, North Carolina
Tiny House on a Trailer
1 beds - 1 baths
292 sq ft
Custom designed interior. Cider box plan exterior Tiny Home. Square footage including large and small lofts totals approx. 292 sq. ft. Fourteen vinyl energy efficient windows. All slide open except for three which are fixed and one egress window (see photos). French front door with interior blinds.
Outside storage for propane. Built on a custom trailer built specifically for tiny houses. 24 ft long. 8.5 ft wide 13.5 ft height from ground (no need for oversize permit). Outside water spigot and outside electrical outlet. 50 amp power in with step down adapter to 30 amp which will step down to 15 amp depending on needs. All included.
Interior has much storage and cabinet space. All cabinet doors are solid maple framing with birch panels. Drawers are hardened pine. Closet in bathroom is aromatic cedar lined. Nature's head composting toilet, Dickinson Marine P12000 propane heater. Loft stairs are LED lit with dimmer control. Ladder with storage space that goes to small loft. Custom vessel bathroom sink on slab cedar with Euro plumbing. 32in shower. Maple counter tops with copper trim. 10 cu. ft. refrig with freezer. 20in stove with oven and broiler and four burner cook top. Tankless top of the line on demand hot water heater that runs on propane. 24in stacked washer/dryer. Large kitchen sink. Under eve storage upstairs. Fire/CO2 talking 10-year alarm that requires no battery.
Through the wall fans in bathroom and kitchen with custom covers. Ceiling fan with light and wall mount controls. All LED recessed lighting otherwise with wall dimming in kitchen. Walls are tongue -in- groove knotty pine double coated with satin poly. Outside is western red cedar double stained on both sides before installation. All appliances are brand new except the washer/dryer which has had little use. It took so long to build that plans changed so I never moved in.
Deck on the outside was meant to be temporary while working on the house.