Full tour of this tiny house cottage on wheels! It’s 24 feet long with a sleeping loft and staircase, two heat sources, lots of natural light, and a cozy rustic interior design.The owner, John, bought this tiny home from a couple who lived in it off-grid for 2 years while they built their permanent home.Exploring Alternatives
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He made it more functional by adding plumbing (sinks, a toilet and shower), and by switching it from solar power to a 120 volt plug and play electrical system that is currently plugged into a sub panel (pony panel) from his main home.Exploring Alternatives
The house weighs between 15,000 and 16,000 lbs, and measures 24′ x 8.6′ x 13.6′ on the outside.
It’s insulated with Roxul in the floor, walls and ceiling, it has 2×4 framing, plywood sheathing, and cedar shakes on the outside.There is a Tyvek air barrier and a 6 mil super vapour barrier.For heat, there is a small marine wood stove that is solid cast iron, and a wall mounted 1500 Watt electric heater.via: Exploring Alternatives