Brand NEW charming home on wheels, 160 square feet, includes trailer! Ready for delivery! Located in Colorado.
House is built on top of flat-bed trailer and can be moved anywhere, it is technically a trailer pulling a load so it can be parked somewhere on your property where you might have liked to build a guest house or yoga studio or home office but local building codes prohibited.
Brand new stick frame construction, 10 feet by 16 feet, five windows, cathedral ceiling with space for sleeping loft or storage, glass front door for extra light, spacious and airy feeling inside!
Performance Trailer 77 inches X 16 foot 2010 Model bought from Iron Forge Trailers in Denver, Colorado.
DIMENSIONS AND SPECS
- 14 foot flat bed with 2 foot dove tail-wood deck
- Store away ramps at rear of trailer
- Total Length: 20 feet (Includes hitch)
- Total Width: 101 inches (from outside of fenders over wheels)
- Inside Width: 82 1/2 inches (between fenders)
- Requires 2 inch ball, has electric brakes and emergency break pull away
- Two 3,500 pound axels
14,000. $ 12,750 Greatly Reduced! $9,750
See the Listing at Tiny House Listings here.
Contact Lorna Kellogg at:
Cell Phone: 707-490-7212
PO Box 188
Vineyard Haven, MA 02568
I am really excited to announce my friend Alek Lisefski’s building plans for his incredibly modern tiny house.
These construction plans offer complete blueprints to build your own tiny house — to the exact same specifications as the original Tiny Project house.
The plans include almost 40 pages of:
- Trailer specs, dimensions & modifications
- Precise framing diagrams w/dimensions
- Window and door sizes & specs
- Elevation drawings w/dimensions
- Detailed floorplans w/dimensions
- Electrical, plumbing, propane & safety systems design
- Materials list, including suggested appliances and fixtures
- Interior finishing suggestions & images
- Plus – A complete, editable SketchUp model, for you to view, take apart, or alter as you wish
by Ally Nithya
My husband and I have a dream of creating a sustainable micro-homestead on a tiny backyard plot. We built this 120 square foot home on a limited budget with zero construction experience. Neither of us had ever swung a hammer before starting and we had less than $6k in the bank upon breaking ground. As far fetched as it all seemed, we decided to trust that anything is possible with inspiration, vision and enthusiasm.
We learned framing, sheathing, roofing, dry walling, tiling, flooring, plumbing and wiring mostly from YouTube and a few select books. Each part of the project had a steep learning curve as we gathered the necessary tools and materials and knowledge. I mostly had to learn the art of patience and the supreme importance of good prep work!!
We designed the shell to be simple and approachable for first time builders. And because our budget was as tiny as the house, we used as much salvaged, reclaimed, restored, discounted and second hand materials as possible. The chronic lack of funds inspired a lot of creativity and I discovered an amazing alchemical skill for transforming trash to treasure. The whole thing cost less than $8500 to build and took about 9 months to manifest.
What a tremendous journey to build a house! Besides being a dynamic, hands-on education, it was an absolute joy to see our vision manifest and take shape, step by step. The result is a gorgeous labor of love that fits our simple lifestyle like a glove.
We have plans to develop the edible landscape with recycled grey water irrigation and to build a tiny greenhouse, rainwater catchment system and matching chook house.
Having completed this project, Priyan is now interested in the creation of tiny home communities where beautiful, functional, sustainable homes are affordable and available to average people. Such communities would offer shared utilities and facilities and create safe, legal spaces to live large in tiny homes.
If you are interested in learning more about our projects and visions please find news and updates at our burgeoning FB page: https://www.facebook.com/palmtopalm Thanks for reading! Many blessings on your journey.
by Steven Harrell
There are a few questions that seems to surface over and over again for folks new to tiny house living or those about to take the leap. The most common seems to be “where do I put my tiny house?” Great question.
A few years ago I took at stab at creating a platform similar to The Tiny House Listings site where people who are looking for tiny house parking could place a wanted ad and folks who have parking available could place theirs as well. Unfortunately I kind of let the system sit there without developing it further or promoting it properly so more people could use and benefit from it.
Now, several years later, I’ve taken a stab at creating a new version 2.0 platform that I consider to be more robust and this time (scout’s honor) I will doing my best to make sure more folks know about it. Thanks to Kent for allowing me to share this announcement so you all will know about it. He’s been kind enough to share so many announcements from so many folks in the past, thank you Kent!
A website like this really begins to be useful when a good amount of people actively participate in it by posting to the site. The whole idea is to bring folks needing parking and folks who have parking together. It’s a win, win, find a parking spot or find a parking tenant.
Shalise’s backyard tiny house parking spot just outside of downtown Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania currently available for $200/month.
On Tiny House Parking you can post one of four types of listings. Here’s a quick breakdown of each.
Parking Wanted For Rent: If you own a tiny house or are planning to build one and need a place to do so, this is the posting type for you. You can specify your budget in the description. I’ve seen many times where folks are willing to do full or partial work in exchange for lowering or eliminating their parking rent. An example of this would be if a farm has an open spot and could use an extra hand. Another example is an elderly person who has space to park a tiny house and could use someone to run errands, pickup groceries, etc. Again, a win win.
Ashley’s tiny house needs a place to call home near Windsor, Vermont.
Parking Wanted For Sale: Planning to put down some roots, grow a garden and call a place your own? Or plan to build a tiny house on a foundation? This posting type is most suitable for you. Again, you can specify your budget in the description. A couple quick hints on purchasing a piece of land for a tiny house (having just went through this recently). Make sure the land perks if you plan to put a septic tank in the ground. Also, make sure the land is zoned to allow for a home the size you’re planning to build. When you agree to a price on the land, you will enter into a due diligence period before you close on it. Be sure to go through these steps and that the land will suite your specific needs.
Parking Available For Rent: Have some extra space for a mobile dwelling on your property or piece of land? This type of posting is best-suited for you. Make some extra cash from unused land and help a fellow tiny house dweller out by offering it to them.
Parking Available For Sale: Many tiny house dwellers prefer to own the land their home sits on. If you’re a land owner or realtor with a piece of land that is zoned to allow small dwellings, this type of posting type is what you’ll want to go with.
When browsing through the site and using the navigation at the top, if you don’t see your city in the drop downs or large city near you, that simply means no postings exist in that city…yet.
The site is by no means completely finished so I ask that if you have suggestions, please email them to me using this contact page.
Like so many others who have a deep passion for tiny houses and the benefits they offer, it is my genuine hope that the tiny house movement continues to catch on with folks and solutions like this HOPEFULLY help tiny house dwellers have one more tool under their tiny belt.
You can visit the Tiny House Parking website by click here.