Off Grid Ready NOAH Certified 24 Ft Long with Solar, Soaking tub and rainfall standing shower! North Carolina
Cash only. I am happy to get on a call and discuss any questions you have. This Dream Tiny Home on Wheels has everything you could possibly need in a Tiny Home. Ample storage, a beautiful spiral staircase to the spacey loft and a washer and dryer combo for your convenience you will fall in love.
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This stunning custom off grid and NOAH Certified Tiny Home has everything you could possibly want in a dream Tiny Home! With the luxury of being able to stargaze in the view of the 4 skylights you will fall in love!
This Tiny Home allows you to live off grid, running your Tiny House off the BlueEtti solar system, complete with a mini split for heat and cooling.
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Location: Marshall, NC
Built in 2021
24 Feet Long and 8.6 Feet Wide
Ground to Roof Height is 13.5 ft
Approximate Weight: 13,000 lbs
300 SqFt including a spacious loft
One spacious loft Fits a Queen bed. 3 feet high with stair access (metal bed frame to allow air flow under mattress, wooden boards for loft shelving if desired) 43” loft at center 40” at windows
Cabinets upstairs, two shelves, short hanging bar for clothing in loft and long bar and shoe storage on main level
Beautiful Spiral staircase
Pitched Ceilings with Skylights
White composite cabinets 3 upper, 4 lower, additional pantry (composite wood)
Butcher block countertops, food grade seal
Farmhouse White sink
Classic Retro turquoise apartment sized refrigerator
Stove: Summit Propane, 4 burner with exhaust above
Deco Washer/Dryer combo unit included
Pine floors, live edge shelving
Barn wood accents inside and out
Live edge bar top with two leather bar stools for dining
Bathtub/Shower combo (Shower height is 6 ft)
Compost Toilet Included
Japanese soaking tub with rainfall shower head
Subway tile throughout shower
Tile on bathroom floor
Laundry area in bathroom
Bathroom sink is a special sink from an artist in Las Vegas, it’s a small concrete sink
Sliding barn wood door to separate bathroom from living space and kitchen
Tons of storage! Solar power batteries are located in one of the cabinets
Live edge corner shelves
Pet door included
Recessed LED lighting and porch light included
Fan/Mini split for heating/ cooling with remote control included
4 Skylights 2 in living room and 2 in loft area
White shiplap walls
All windows insulated and screened
Unique barn wood design on bump out, extra exterior outlets
2 axle trailer Trailer Made Brand (leveling jacks included)
30 AMP electrical hook up
Water spigot in outside of house that goes up to a 50 Gallon fresh water tank that is fed by a pump throughout the house/Gray water from all drains go out to the bottom if the Tiny House
On demand hot water heater included
R21 Batting for ceiling insulation
R15 Batting for wall insulation
Spray foam insulation and pine encasement of wheels wells inside the Tiny Home.
Has a Japanese style soaking tub with a rainfall standing shower head!!
Washer/ Dryer Combo for your convenience
Beautiful vintage style modern refrigerator
Living space for a small couch or futon
About the Separate Composting Toilet:
This composting toilet separates liquids from solids. When you sit on the toilet seat a flap will open for the solids compartment. Sit slightly forward for liquids and after each use, pour a little water down the drain to wash it away, preventing buildup and odor.
Open the top unit to place a composting bag inside the bin, be sure to empty out at least every 2 weeks as the bag itself will begin to decompose. To clean, simply remove the bag and wipe out the bin and replace with a new bag. There is a small fan filter with a yellow rim you will pull off and rinse out with each cleaning as well.
About the Fresh Water Tank
To fill, begin by opening the outside valve into the house. When the lever is parallel with the spout it is open, perpendicular is closed. Upstairs in the loft you will then turn the top lever off (this is the water pump) and the lower lever open to allow water into the tank. Fill the tank up, if you happen to lose track of it, there is an overflow that will send the water up and out through the roof.
When it is full, turn water off, then outside valve, followed by closing inside valve and turning pump back on. If you hear the pump stop and start it can help to run a faucet for a second to release air/ equalize pressure.