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Small Portable House Built in 2016/Tiny House/Cabin (Troy)

Small Portable House Built in 2016/Tiny House/Cabin (Troy)

  Small Portable House Built in 2016Tiny HouseCabin Troy

Ad id: 601182030735327
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Date listed 1 month ago

$15,000 OR Best Offer.
Motivated to Sell.

**This house is small but NOT tiny! Very nice little house for a bargain price!!

We built this small portable house in the fall of 2016 with the intention of moving it to our dream property; plans have changed a bit. The house is 12' x 28' and is built up on skids. It has a full size loft for sleeping upstairs.
The loft is tall enough for a 6' tall person to stand up in the center.
The roof is green and Metal and has no leaks.
There is a wood stove in the center of the cabin with brand new stove piping
There is a concrete countertop on the main floor in the kitchen area with a big composite kitchen sink.
There are cabinets below the countertop and above.
Doors and Windows are trimmed and painted Alabaster White
The Staircase is painted Alabaster White
The Bathroom walls are painted Silver Strand
The wall that the staircase wraps up is painted Haven (a nice earth tone green)
All high quality Sherman Williams paint.

The house is properly insulated with a vapor barrier.
The house is wired and plumbed.

Appliances include:
-Full size Amana Refrigerator
-Stack on Fridgidaire washing machine/dryer combo.
-The bathtub is brand new from Home Depot and is a 1 piece bath and shower stall.
-Sun Mar Centrex 3000 Composting Toilet. ($3,000 dollar system) There is a bio-composting drum that sits below or outside the house with a heating unit that evaporates liquids. The toilet is porcelain just like you would find in a regular sized house. It has a petal for flushing and it does flush with water just like an RV setup. It is a very nice toilet system that allows you to be off-grid if you choose so! It is basically the Cadillac of composting toilets. ***Note: The toilet is built up off of the ground with our current set up but can be installed like a normal toilet once permanently settled somewhere.
-Brand new 6 Gallon electric water heater.

What needs finished? The cement countertop needs sealed and finished with epoxy, the kitchen windowsill needs put in place, the bathroom window still needs trim as well as the french doors (we plan to do the remaining trim projects)
We have not finished the ceiling on the main floor (you will see part of the black vapor barrier in the pictures) this is because the roof needs dismantled to move anyway. The loft will need finishing work once set in place as well. We also plan to install new vinyl flooring.

There are big windows in the kitchen and a wooden entry door and french glass doors on the back side of the cabin. The french doors let in a lot of light!

Staircase is built to standard height and wraps up to the loft, no ducking your head to get up to the loft!

This is a solid little cabin or house for a great price and all the hard work is done, move it to your land and finish the upstairs the way you want! You will need to move it on a trailer. The house is wrapped and protected from weather but it is not sided yet.

MOVING IT: How can this house be moved?

-The short answer: With a tilting bed trailer that has a heavy winch. These are often used by pre-made shed manufacturers to deliver their product. It will require an oversized load permit since it's wider than 8'6". Since it is only 12' wide though, you will be able to actually get a permit.

-The house is about 15' 6". This makes it too tall for normal moving down the road. Why did I build it this tall? I wanted a useable loft that didn't require crouching down in it all the time. Here's the options for moving it when it comes to the height:
1) pay to have it moved (this cost will vary and may not be feasible for some).
2) I devised a plan that I was going to use to move it myself. It involves partially dismantling the roof for moving, and replacing it on location. If you're interested in this, I can give you more detail to do it yourself, or, if purchased at the full asking price of $15,000 I would handle the roof project (the dismantling and replacing of the roof) before and after moving, (you pay to haul it) this offer is good for up to a 200 mile radius.

Otherwise, we'd sell the cabin for $15,000 Or best offer and you would be entirely responsible for the moving and dismantling/re-mantling the roof.
Thank you!

Tiny House, Cottage, Cabin Portable

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