1br/1ba Off Grid Tiny Home With Style


Structure built with energy efficient SIP’s (Structurally Insulated Panels)! All appliances are brand new! (Non-smokers, and our dog is a non-shedding Bichon.) Our tiny house was officially finished in late October 2015. Only lived in for 1 month until we decided to take a 1-2 years off for nomadic traveling in our camper. We volunteer with the national park/forest service all across the country and some of the parks locations are too remote to haul our beloved tiny house with us, that’s why we are selling it to someone who can appreciate the simple life it holds for them. This house has been completely winterized and currently rests in Cochranton, PA ready to be moved to your property. (Buyer responsible for moving).

Trailer title in hand and ready to call it your own on your own piece of property. This house was built by nature lovers that wanted to optimize connection to the outdoor world, so the windows/doors and open layout will make you feel like you’re outside.

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Built to be off the grid, but can also easily hook up to city water/sewer/septic/electric. If you are wanting to be completely OFF THE GRID but don’t have a power source, we are also selling our brand new portable solar panel generator unit for an additional price, just inquire.

-Built with the newest energy efficient “green building method” of SIP’s (Structurally Insulated Panels) gives extra structural stability while providing a higher insulated value compared to regular “stick build” method. Cool in the warm weather and warm in the cooler weather. Walls are 4.5” thick with R15 value , Roof is 8.25” thick with R29 value. SIP structure designed and manufactured by The Murus Company in Mansfield, PA. New owner to be supplied with your own certified copy of the blue prints showing electrical chases and structural layout.

-Built on brand new 2015 custom SureTrac flat bed deck over trailer. Trailer has GVWR 9900. Heavy Duty RV stabilizer scissor jacks (4). Upgraded factory tires to brand new 10 ply load range E.

-White Galvalume Metal Roof

-Lots of natural lighting to keep an open connection to the outdoors with 2 tempered insulated sliding glass doors with screen and insulated windows (2 are fixed, 2 are sliding double hung).

-Modern two toned siding design: Marine Grade Waterproof Wood Siding panels (paintable and stainable). Stained and Sealed with Behr Transparent Waterproof Stain and Marine Spar Varnish. Sleek contemporary square design enhanced with stainless steel flashing in between wood panels. This compliments the metal siding on the shower build out over the tongue of the trailer.

-Modern LED outdoor lighting over both sliding doors

-PEX plumbing

-Copper propane lines

-GFCI outlets

-30 amp electrical service

-Designed to work off the grid with a 46 gallon fresh water holding tank with external diaphragm pump can be used if no pressurized external water source is available.

-City water hook up for direct connection

-30 amp external marine electrical service plug for direct connection to the grid, solar system or generator.


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