2017 Tiny Towable on Facebook Marketplace
I found this Tiny House on Facebook Marketplace. The listing says it was built in 2017, but it doesn’t look two or three years old. It doesn’t look abused at all.
You can see the wheels, so it is a Tiny Towable. It is 40 feet long. It is most likely 8.5 feet wide. That is the widest thing you can tow without special permits and escort with “OVERSIZED LOAD” signs.
In most states anything over 40’ long, 8.5’ wide and 13.5’ high are considered oversized heavy haul transportation requiring pilot cars, a professional heavy haul driver and special equipment.
The house has an open living and kitchen area. The vinyl floors are grey. You can see a caged ceiling fan and the vent in the floor for central heating.
There is storage close to the ceiling and recessed lighting.
The sliding glass doors lead out to a nice deck. The house has bright galvanized siding with contrasting cobalt blue and white.
The kitchen is along one wall.
The small living has enough room for a love seat… and a pet.
Here is another view. I think this is where the fridge goes. The empty spot across from it has a hood, so has to be for the stove.
Above the sofa is either a TV or an infrared fire or something. It would be silly to put the TV behind the sofa… Maybe it’s not listed because they aren’t including it. Buy your own.
It looks like the kitchen has enough space for a normal fridge. And they put in a double sink. There is still enough counterspace to use.
The bedroom is big enough for a King-sized bed. The mirrors are the sliding door for the closet.
They installed lighting on either side of the bed. I like the galvanized walls.
The lighting looks like the Woodland Sunrise Swing Arm Lamps from Elk Group International.
The bathroom has a full-sized shower. Some tiny houses have low ceilings in the bath, but this one isn’t at all claustrophobic. They put in a flush ceiling fan.
Normal toilet. I’m not sure I’m exactly a fan of steps to get to the bathroom. I can sure see myself tumbling down them on half-asleep visits at night.
There is also space for a washer and dryer.
We saw a washer and dryer installed in another Tiny House we toured.
Here is the full ad:
2017 Tiny House
- 50amp service
- Full Size Washer and Dryer Connections
- 8 foot deck on rear is connected to frame and house
- Motion sensor alarm Z-Wave
- Door sensors on sliding glass door, propane storage and underbelly garage Z-Wave
- Siren and Strobe Z-Wave
- AC in master (is wifi connected)
- Full size kitchen sink and all fixtures in the home are bronze
- 2 roof vents
- 2 pantries
- 2 propane tanks
- Master bed has sliding mirror closet
- Master holds king bed
- All new LED lighting
- All new oak kitchen cabinets
- Duct heat in the floor
- Luxury vinyl flooring
- Hot water heater can be electric or gas
- Built in outdoor speakers
- New Bluetooth stereo
Serious Buyers Only. Not for rent. Land is not for sale. Cash buyers only!
The listing says that the Tiny Towable has Z-Wave everywhere; Motion sensor alarm Z-Wave, Door sensors on sliding glass door, propane storage and underbelly garage Z-Wave, Siren and Strobe Z-Wave.
So what is Z-Wave?
Z-Wave is a wireless communications protocol for home automation. It uses low-energy radio waves to wirelessly control appliances, lighting, security systems, thermostats, windows, locks, and garage door openers. They can all be controlled with an app on your phone or other device like Alexa.
They repeat, each device acts like a repeater for the whole system to work together as a meshnet, a mesh network.
Z-Wave is the smarter choice for smart homes. With the largest choice of smart home products, Z-Wave provides more choice for homeowners and renters. So what does that mean for you? It means that you can customize your smart home to meet your needs.