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Pop-Top Tiny Home - $150,000 - (Atlanta, GA)

We just finished building the first two (2) story, full ceiling height (both floors), vertically expandable tiny home. Our unit is 24'-0" long x 8'-6" wide x 13'-6" tall (17'-6" when expanded). NO MORE LOFTS!!! Both the first and second floors have 7’-2” ceiling heights. It has 365 ft² total. It offers the following amenities: • lightweight, only 7,500lbs (9,800lbs full of water) • steel structural insulated panel (SIP) walls, ceiling, and floors • 50 AMP and 30 AMP RV plugs, for city power hook up • off-grid solar power via twelve (12) 330W solar panels (3,960W total) • 500AH @ 48V (24,000WH) of power storage • on-board 8,750W gasoline power generator • all LED lighting • city water hook-up • 582 gallons of fresh/waste water storage via three (3) 97 gallon tanks for fresh (291 total gallons) and three (3) 97 gallon tanks for waste water (291 total gallons) • rainwater harvesting system built into the roof (fills tanks when it rains) • standard size forty (40) gallon hot water heater • full-size stainless steel Samsung intelligent appliances (washer, dryer, refrigerator/freezer, induction cooktop/convection oven, over-the-range microwave, and dishwasher) • 65” Samsung television in living room • large two (2) compartment sink w/ in-sink disposal • full-size cabinets and pantry • table for two (2) • 48" x 36" glass shower enclosure • 36” sink cabinet w/ glass vessel sink • standard water flushing, macerating toilet • 36” wall mounted linen closet in bathroom • two (2) 60” wide x 40" tall x 24" deep closets • stairs, NOT a ladder, to access second floor, NOT a loft • coat closet, shoe storage, and tall utility closet under stairs • bedroom accommodates up to a queen size bed • two (2) 60" Haiku intelligent fans w/ LED light • central HVAC (heating, ventilation, air-conditioning) via mini-split • all proceeds go towards building permanent housing for disabled Veterans

Pop-Top Tiny Home


Posted in Atlanta, GA, Business for Sale
From ebay.com - 1 month ago