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Tiny House 12x16 w reclaimed Wood & modern SIP Constructed w Clever Innovations
Austin, Texas 78736
0 beds - 1 baths
216 sq ft
12 feet wide (internal) by 16 feet deep. 13 feet 9" tall. 100% SIP Construction (Structural Insulated Panels)
Massively strong 4x4 steel frame underneath the cabin. 4x4 runners - Depending on your state, runners may count like wheels as temporary (non property tax) dwellings. Space age "thermal columns" and rain screen construction on top of the SIP shell. Write me for more information. Entire exterior on 4 sides is beautiful reclaimed cedar - planed, smoothed, and oiled. Walk-in shower, bathroom. PLUS custom cedar wood blocks interspersed with the tile. Integrated shelves for towels & more. Cabinet area with handmade cedar pull-out drawer and Innovative counterbalanced retractable closet area. Counterbalanced table covers the kitchenette area and retracts into the ceiling. Reclaimed custom awning style casement windows. Reclaimed wood front door with two inset reclaimed wood accent windows by the door. KINGSIZE bed which retracts into the ceiling via counterweights to be out of the way.
ON DEMAND LP gas water heater - Marey. Engineered wood flooring. Central air using innovative ducting system *AND* window air condition converted.
There is NO drywall - it is a clever coating on the SIP interior walls. The ceiling is covered with reclaimed cedars. Electric power is routed by interior routing boxes. Very easy to access to modify. Corrugated steel roof created to work WITH the SIP construction. Accent lights near the interior ceiling, accent lights in the wall box. Power and other utilities in clever "garage" area in the rear of the cabin. Bluetooth operated August lock - 3rd generation Everything you see in the cabin comes with it!
TRANSPORT NOTES: Buyer pays for all transport costs. You'll need to get a specialty hauler with a trailer for this. To load it you'll need four "bulldog jacks. Most transporters can get travel permits to make sure they can haul the trailer. Loaded, it could be up to 15 feet tall.