New Hampshire Home Builders Association – Tiny House NH
Auction Ends: Apr 7, 2017 12:00 PM EDT

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  1. Willis Wotton1
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  1. amcd09$20,000

It's Time To Find An Owner For This Tiny Home!

The mission of the NHHHBA Tiny House initiative is to help students follow a career path into the residential construction industry by a small scale home and utilize the skills they learn in the classroom to the real world.

Bidding is open!

Date Extended to April 30, 2017...

The MWV Career and Technical Center at Kennett High School in North Conway, NH proudly built this Tiny House on an 8’ x 24’ trailer. The main level has approximately 190 sq ft of living space with an additional 120 sq ft in two loft areas. There is a sleeping loft that measures approximately 8’ x 10’ and a second storage loft that is approximately 4’ x 10’. The interior is finished with 1x5 tongue and groove pine, hickory and cherry cabinets and easy-to-clean vinyl plank flooring throughout. The exterior is sided with red cedar shakes and the roofing is black architectural shingles.

 

The 3’ x 8’ bathroom has a full size (36”x72”) shower, a standard toilet and houses the Rinnai tankless propane water heater.  The kitchen boasts plenty of storage with a 36” sink base, a 24” range base, a 30” wall cabinet and an 18”x 84” utility cabinet with moveable shelving. The stainless steel sink and faucet and propane 2-burner Suburban cooktop provide the essentials. The pine countertop was custom built and finished in our building trades shop. The HiSense refrigerator/freezer and the microwave are secured with open storage above and below as well. There are two storage benches to the left and the right of the Great Room and you will also find two storage areas with room to hang clothes on either side of the entry. These have plenty of room for shelves or whatever personal touches you may have in mind.

 

Most importantly, this house was built with our climate in mind. It is has been fully spray foam insulated and special care was taken to keep the plumbing and water lines inside of the house. The floors and walls have an R value of 21 and the ceiling has an R value of 28. There is a Rinnai power vented heater that runs on propane so even the coldest night will be no match! You will need to insulate the water and waste lines coming to and leaving the house, once you decide if this will be frequently mobile and happily parked for the rest of its days. Due to the trailer overhangs, it exceeds the 8’6” limit but is just under 10’ so qualifies for travel with an oversize permit that is incredibly easy to get online.

 

We hope you get as much enjoyment living in this tiny north country cottage as we have had creating it. The was our vision for a Mt Washington Valley House - You just may hear the Mountains Calling.