The Lena tiny house on wheels is a tiny house that is 32 feet by 8.5 feet. This tiny house was for sale in Greer, South Carolina and was priced at $84,900. This gives you a good idea what a similar tiny house design can be priced at. The exterior of the Lena tiny house includes the tiny home on a trailer with three 7k axels, four leveling jacks, 13 Andersen windows in total, black standing seam metal roof, black batten board Hardie siding and 50 amp electrical panel with RV outlet. The tiny house has closed cell spray foam insulation throughout floor walls and ceiling, one by eight cedar shiplap exterior siding, and a glass front door and rear door.
The interior features of the Lena tiny house include Energy Star 24 inch refrigerator with top freezer, Cusinart convection oven/microwave, gas instant water heater, washer/dryer combo unit, and wood and frosted glass sliding barn doors. The tiny house also has a two burner gas range, two mini-split units with heating and air conditioning, ceramic and pebble tile shower, live-edge cherry stair treads and bar top, steel-edged stair supports and cable railing. Other interior features of the Lena include steel edged stair supports and cable railing, floating pine kitchen shelving and bookcase, quartz countertops, and Pergo flooring and pine floors in the loft. The tiny house design has a stainless steel kitchen sink with modern faucet, 6-inch shiplap walls and ceiling, LED lighting system with dimmer switches, exterior lower bedroom with RV queen memory foam beds, loft bedroom with two twin memory foam beds, a large closet with shelves with two levels hanging bar and a traditional toilet.
The price for this tiny house on wheels included all furniture, appliances, and decor. This tiny home on wheels is truly a piece of art and was built by an experienced builder. There are several features that make this tiny house on wheels unique including the original art by local artists, the custom live edge cherry pieces, LED lighting system and lower level back bedroom plus sleeping loft. This tiny house is very livable with every square inch being useful and beautiful. This tiny house builder's other tiny house design was featured on HGTV and DIY's Tiny House, Big Living season 6 episode 2.
A small house on wheels has benefits over standard types of home designs. For starters, with a small house on wheels, you can hitch your tiny house onto your vehicle and move it if needed. But just because a tiny house design comes with a hitch, it doesn't mean that all of them are meant for extensive travelling. You'll first want to make sure that you have the right sized vehicle in order to tow your small house on wheels. You'll also want to check and see if the small house on wheels is suited for travel, or better for staying put in one location. Some of the smaller tiny house designs are better suited for travelling, while the larger tiny houses on wheels might work better staying in a more permanent location.
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