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
Dan shared this weeks Tiny House in a Landscape photo and says: My two brothers and our dad made to a road trip through New Mexico and Colorado last month and ran across this tiny house in South Park, Colorado its was located in a restored recreated old town for visitors to relive the early days of the gold and silver rush.
It may not look so comfortable but considering the climate in Colorado it looks pretty good to me.
More and more young people seem to be ditching the typical suburban “first home” for a tiny house and Erin and Dondi Harner in Colorado are no exception. Their 100 percent off-grid tiny house has just recently been completed and contains all the necessities for a totally self-contained 181 square foot home on wheels. The couple named their home “Soleil” because it runs off the sun.
Dondi is a civil engineer who works in Fort Collins and Erin is a nutritionist, author and business owner who is working on her second master’s degree in nutrition. Their home is 29 feet long and 8 1/2 feet wide and contains a shower and bathroom sink, composting toilet, six solar panels and a 300 gallon water cistern for fresh water. Water is heated with an on-demand heater. The home also has a loft with a small staircase for quick access, a kitchen and dining space, an office, a closet and even a sofa that converts into a guest bed.
Some nice details of the home include lodge poles on the deck and by the stairs, tongue and groove aspen paneling on the walls and bright red panels on their kitchen cabinets. You can read more about their build and traveling adventures by visiting their website. Continue Reading »
This week’s picture is Christopher and Merete’s from “TINY: A Story About Living Small” a movie about their home on the move in Colorado.
Tiny House in a moving landscape…a scene from our drive with the house from Hartsel to Telluride last week for Mountainfilm. Be sure to stay tuned with Tiny the Movie here: http://www.tiny-themovie.com/