- Full Name: Kevin McHugh
- Location: 310-270 13Th Ave E
- Phone: 6044426401
- Expires: 15 days, 10 hours
Brand New Tiny home available for rent. Move in ready.
Built by Freestyle Spaces Ltd.
Renter must have land to put it on. Great for someone with land looking to subrent and add some income. Rent negotiable based on terms.
20′ Trailer (14000lb capacity)
Large Loft Sleeping area with Skylight
Exposed Cedar Beams under Loft, Stair and Bathroom area
Full Kitchen and Appliances included – Oven + Cooktop, Fridge/Freezer, Dishwasher, Over-the-range Microwave, Washer Dryer Combo (Warranty on all appliances between 2-5 years)
24″ Black composite Kitchen sink and Faucet combo.
Walnut Butcher Block Style countertop
Durable Walnut Hardwood Floor
Infloor Electric heating with Smart Thermostat (Can control with smartphone)
Internet and Cable ready
14 recessed Pot lights and 2 Sconces, dimmers included in living area
Exterior light over door
Built in Stair Storage
Multiple other storage sections
Large Sliding Patio door
Large windows for nice bright feel
Folding Bar Table
Some open kitchen shelving and magnetic knife rack
Smoke Alarm/Carbon Monoxide Alarm
20 Gallon Electric hot water heater
Pocket bathroom door
Exterior Stained V groove Cedar
Trims and fascia painted Black
Metal roof in Charcoal
R18 insulation in Walls, R22 in Floor and Ceiling
Lots of windows, bright with natural light.
Non smokers only, verified income and Confirmed place to put it will be necessary.
You will need: At least 50 Amp service recommended, Water supply(heated hose), Waste hookups/Sewer system to tie into.
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