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New Tiny Home On Wheels For Sale in Santa Cruz,California

"We have for sale a beautiful, tiny house. Built this year, all new construction. This tiny house is 8' 6" wide by 20' long by 13' 5" high. Including the porch and lofts it is approximately 260 square feet. It has has two sleeping lofts, one 8' by 6', and one 8' by 3'. The house is built on a new 12,000 lbs rated trailer, and can be towed anywhere. The house features a full kitchen, including three burner range and oven, and a full bathroom with shower and tub. A fold down 4' by 8' deck, on demand water heater, double paned windows, and full insulation round out the house. Vaulted knotty pine ceilings with ceiling fan and overhead light brightens the whole house. Tough Pergo floors complement the living space. The house has all the necessary conveniences of a much larger house, despite its small size. Other amenities like fold down "Murphy" style bed on the ground level with convertible fold up writing desk, and washer dryer hookups are available if desired. RV style utility hookups make this house a breeze to set up or move. Convenience of mobility with the comfort of a traditional home. Own a new home for the price of a car. Asking $48,000. Contact moleculehomes@gmail.com."


Anonymous said...

plywood exterior finish looks mediocre when freshly finished, and awful after a year or two exposed to weather.

otherwise, cute looking house. future iterations will hopefully have a better exterior finish/execution.

Anonymous said...

Who cares about the look. It's about sustainability. How about being more worried about the look of our planet on the inside, not the outside???

A better question to ask is "how does the plywood exterior hold up", and are there equally, or better, sustainable materials that could be used instead to furnish the outside?

Miguel Albarran said...

They say the email is invalid. Is there a new email

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