A TINY home owner has decided to sell her rustic farmhouse-style residence at a low price.
“I enjoyed it and it was comfortable, but I’m in another house now and I don’t need it,” she said in a video uploaded to YouTube last week.
That’s good news for anyone in search of a fully built out 8-foot by 18-foot trailer home, as Barbara’s is on sale for just $45,500.
“All you have to do is hook it up and take it,” Barbara said of the home, which does not come with a lot.
“You don’t have to disconnect water, sewer, everything.”
It’s currently located on the shore of Douglas Lake near Newport, Tennessee, about 45 miles east of Knoxville, and can be towed with a 10 ton truck.
The home’s antique-looking exterior comes with a farm house sign and a weathervane on top.
Inside, the home has hardwood pine floors throughout.
There’s also a full bathroom with a shower, toilet, and sink and a sizable kitchen with wooden counters, an induction cooktop, and a 19 gallon hot water heater.
Barbara plans to leave behind a wide array of kitchen accessories including silverware and a coffee maker.
The home also includes a sizable sleeping area, where the current owner will be leaving behind her bed if they buyer wants it.
The purchaser would also get a mattress, which has been inside a cover since Barbara bought it.
She will also leave behind a space heater and an air conditioner.
Above the main floor, Barbara also has a roughly 8ft by 8ft storage loft.
“Technically there’s no dormers and no egress windows,” she said.
But the area could be used for sleeping if the buyer wanted.
For storage, Barbara has also added a closet to the main floor.
It’s currently in the space allocated for a washer-dryer unit.
The plumbing needed for those appliances remains in place.
The home wasn’t built for Barbara, but she was able to buy it after the customer who designed it backed out of the sale.
“This whole trailer has moved less than a mile in its whole life,” she said.
Those interested in buying the trailer can contact Barbara at firstname.lastname@example.org.
She did not immediately respond to The U.S. Sun’s request for comment.