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I had bought this tiny home from a gal in Southern Oregon. She had originally purchased the skeleton from a guy a couple years earlier. And I can’t remember what she had all done to it, but I will share the changes made while it’s been in my life.
What was changed and added to the home:
-Replaced 4 windows (all windows open and have screens)
-moved the door
-built a kitchen area
-installed compost toilet
-installed Two 12volt 100 watt solar panels with 2 batteries and an inverter
-removed partially done metal siding and went for a more gypsy wagon(y) look
-added the little table desk thing (I think it was a phone table back in the day)
-added the loft (I personally use it for storage)
What needs to be done:
-finishing to make things prettier
-a little bit of siding/trimming
-my idea for the kitchen sink is to have a pipe going outside into a bucket. I say into a bucket so that you don’t get the area around the wheels super wet that they sink in.
-I added the little kennel door for my dogs (original plan was to build a dog kennel/house underneath the front gooseneck part) this kennel door could easily be removed and covered to suit your preferences if you in fact do not have dogs or do not want to build the kennel
What you get with this off grid tiny home:
-Installed solar w/ inverter/batteries + an extra inverter. (I had thought I broke the extra inverter, but now realized that I had too many things going at once)
-Nature's Head Compost Toilet (this toilet is a 960 dollar toilet and the love of my life.. I would be more than happy to knock the price down up to $1100 if I get to keep this toilet. Flipside of that, there will be a hole for you to cover or use to install a new toilet)
-Yeti Ice Chest
-15 gallon propane tank
-2 burner propane stove top
-mini buddy heater
-mini swamp cooler, battery powered fan, solar powered fan
-All the wood to finish the siding + plus extra if you would like
-The extra stain I used inside and outside and the paint for the inside of the door if you like the ‘pink’ color
-new unopened 2" ball hitch to pull the trailer
-huge roll of compostable trash bags
-2 six-gallon water jugs
Annnndddd if you want to live in this guy right of way and need the basic living things:
-battery powered twinkly lights
-you can have all my kitchen ware, baskets, and what not if you would like
-if you're into spiritual hippie shit, you can have most of that stuff too
-3" memory foam mattress pad (there's a cover on it) and all the pillows if you want.
-basically anything in my tiny home besides my essential oils, salt lamp, and clothes.. you can have it
WHY am I selling my home?
Believe it or not I am looking to downsize even more to a van or something like that. If I had my own property here to put my wagon on, I would keep it for probably ever! but I don't.. And I have this wild urge to move to New Orleans... and buy a motorcycle…
-I am not selling ice chest, stove, etc etc separate. They come with the tiny home!
-I don’t suggest using it like a trailer and traveling to different rv parks and stuff like that around the country ( you definitely could, but I have no idea how registration for that stuff works)
-This wee home is perfect if you have a little bit of property and want to do the whole off grid living lifestyle
-I have a curtain inside over the door to keep the tiny home cooler on hot summer days and warmer on cold fall/winter nights
-I will be trimming the siding that is currently hiding the wheel on the side with the door
-If you do not have a vehicle to move this guy I used the website, uShip. I got the bid down to $500 to move it 4 ½ hours from Oregon to California. I also picked up a one time permit to move it legally on the highway from the dmv for around $20.
Questions, comments, and/or want to schedule a time that I can show you the tiny home in real life, please call me or shoot me a text! Have a beautiful day nonetheless