Built on a gooseneck trailer, 230 square feet of living space.
Kitchen, bathroom, tankless hot water heater. Sweet space!
Specifications: 25 foot PJ gooseneck trailer, plus Bedroom over the hitch ~32 feet overall living space ~230 square feet living space Frame attached to trailer with professionally welded bolts (see pictures) ¾” subflooring
- 7/16” Zip system sheathing (walls and roof)
- Flashing on windows, door, and base of house / trailer
- Grace Water & Ice vapor barrier on trailer decking + roof
- Screws throughout (not nails) 2×4 walls 2×6 ceiling rafters
- Fiberglass insulation throughout
- 2×4 rigid foam insulation in the floor
- Hurricane ties on rafters
- Pella windows throughout (painted wood frame)
- Roof is 26 gauge sheet metal roof Siding is 1×6 cedar tongue+groove. Stained.
- Flooring is engineered hardwood, installed with glue and staples
- Wall treatment is T&G beadboard, and 1×10 lapped pine, both newly painted.
- Bathroom is charred cedar (in the shou sugi ban style), with a small amount of stain. Which makes it waterproof.
- Wiring done by professional and bonded electrician 220 plug for hook up (RV style)
- Hose hook up, for water (again RV style)
- Set up for grey water only, not black water (but you could do that…)
- Pex plumbing (easy to do, and does not break when it freezes – which hopefully you don’t do)
- Rinnai tankless hot water heater (propane with electric ignition)
- Shower, with tub faucet and shower pan.
- Toilet is “composting” toilet (eg., a bucket), which worked great in the yard that I parked in to have a compost pile next to the food scrap compost pile.
- Super easy.
- Lots of storage space – under/behind built in couch, closet in bedroom
- Ceiling is salvaged pine flooring.
- Mini fridge (electric) I have a 4-burner propane range top that you’re welcome to if you want.
- Kitchen counter is heart pine.
Asking $24,900. Open to reasonable offers.