Austin Tiny House – Sale

by Kent Griswold on January 30th, 2011. 6 Comments

The Austin Tiny House built by Louis Burns price has been reduced from $15,000 to $10,000. Louis built the house on a 16-foot trailer and it weights less than 5000 pounds. The house features a sleeping loft, small bathroom, closet, and simple kitchen.

Here are the details:

  • 80 sq ft plus loft that could fit a king sized bed
  • 6 energy efficient windows
  • low voltage LED lights
  • ample plugs (receptacles) and switches to manage your power usage
  • separate 15A breaker and GFCI circuit (just plug the included extension cord in somewhere)
  • swinging glass shower door and venting bath fan with light
  • low maintenance, eco-friendly composting toilet (with hideaway shelf for showering)
  • hot shower from a propane powered portable hot water heater (tank stored outside)
  • full sized front door with screen
  • average hall-closet sized closet
  • modular kitchen – easily movable sink with fold away counter tops
  • decent sized pantry
  • capacity for conveniences such as window AC unit, dorm fridge, counter top stove, etc.
  • enough porch for a couple of people to sit comfortably
  • vinyl siding and flooring
  • mold resistant drywall and paneled ceiling
  • fully insulated walls, floors and ceiling – roofing felt wrapped instead of Tyvek to avoid condensation buildup
  • running water from a garden hose hookup with grey water recycling capabilities
  • all on a 16 ft double axle flatbed trailer (capacity 7000 lbs)
  • includes 4 jack stands and cement blocks to give it a solid foundation when parked
  • walls painted white ready for your favorite color – or okay as is
  • extra uninstalled closet shelf and bamboo blinds to customize to your tastes

Learn more at Austin Tiny House

‘Louis Burns & Austin Tiny House’ from jim bruno on Vimeo.