Jenine’s Tiny House for Sale

Jenine's house

I have covered Jenine’s tiny house as she built it in the town of Healdsburg several years ago. At the time we only lived a few miles apart and so I was able to watch her progress over several visits. Jenine’s life has changed and it is time for her to sell her beloved tiny house. Here are the details from Jenine. You can visit her earlier posts here. On a trailer, UpdateOpen House, For Sale “once before”

Have you dreamt of living in a small, mobile, eco-friendly home? This is a one of a kind 8 foot x 16 foot living space on a dual axle flatbed trailer.

Hand-built for maximum energy efficiency with a passive solar design in combination with rigid foam insulation. A light-filled gem with sleeping loft, oak ceilings, fir flooring and kitchenette with old growth redwood siding and a marble counter-top. Includes high end doors and mini-bay window, featuring a petit french door and window. Full trailer hook-ups for electric, propane, and water. Ready to go off-grid with any solar, wind, or hydro power system. Bathroom not included.

PRICE REDUCTION! Only $10,000

Featured in Tiny Homes: Simple Shelter by Lloyd Kahn
Sold As-Is. Must sell ASAP. Cash only.

Call Jenine at (707) 535-9109

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Tiny House Magazine Issue 11

Tiny House Magazine Issue 11 is out featuring a Zen House built in the Oregon woods, a converted school bus to a family home,  a reclaimed floor converted into a table, design inspiration by Andrew Odom, an update on the T@B trailer by Christina Nellemann, and much more.

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Tiny House Magazine Issue 11

Reclaimed Wood Blog

My good friend Greg Cater and former high school classmate recently started a blog about reclaimed wood. Tiny house folks are very much into refocusing products into their homes and many of you have used reclaimed wood to build your tiny homes.

Recently, Greg and I went on a tour of The Wooden Duck in Berkeley, California. Eric Gellerman the owner of the Wooden Duck gave us an extensive tour of the factory.

The shop is setup with a nice workflow in a horseshoe pattern. Raw materials are on one side and completed furniture comes out the other. Each piece is custom and unique. This is not a factory.

I would like to encourage you to go read Greg’s post by clicking on this link. We Were Green When It Was Just A Color. If you are interesting in seeing more of his projects sign up to his newsletter and check back regularly. Greg is currently posting twice a week and I think that you will find much inspiration and many project ideas by following the Reclaimed Wood Blog.

Greg and Erick

reclaimed wood tables

The Wooden Duck