Tiny house we built a couple years ago. Family grew so we moved out and would like to sell to someone looking for a tiny of their own, or maybe an investment for your property for short term rental like Airbnb.
Built on a used gooseneck trailer with 3 axles that hold it up nicely. But with the house being rather large I don’t recommend you go round the country with it. Up top is the beginnings of a deck. It was sealed and ready to go for decking but where it was parked it wasn’t feasible to utilize the upper deck. (Upper deck is 8’x11’).
This house fortunately has some unique features like a bedroom that you can stand up in. Unlike most tiny houses where people only get to sleep in the loft. There is a large bathroom that has a flushing toilet and washer/dryer units. The bathroom is “hidden” behind the bookshelf wall, so that with a pull of a book the middle section opens.
Kitchen is equipped with microwave, propane oven, fridge and counter-top dishwasher I never finished installing. The oven is 20” wide but is still big enough to cook almost anything e threw at it. The fridge is apartment sized but still plenty of space inside. The freezer has plenty of room as well, we love ice cream so there was specifics we looked for when we bought it. And the sink has a garbage disposal mounted and works wonderfully. For heat there is a built in propane heater on the wall. A second heat source would be needed for the REALLY cold Central Oregon winters.
Overall the house is mostly propane and electricity run. Propane is for the heater, oven and clothes dryer. Electricity is brought in with an RV plug on 30amp service. There is a grey and black water tank that just need to be connected and I have most of the connections still ready to go. Then tankless hot water heater burst a pipe in the first winter but did not cause interior damage. So yes, the house does need a new water heater, which would be very easy to install.
Thank you for looking!
Features Include: Storage Loft, Sleeping Loft, Laundry, and Stairs