Tiny house for sale

Student-built tiny house being auctioned online

Franklin-Essex-Hamilton BOCES students in its Building Trades program at Adirondack Educational Center in Saranac Lake have finished building a tiny house that is now for sale.

The house is fully ready to tow and features a fold-out deck, sliding glass doors to let in plenty of light, solar electric and a beautiful pine interior.

Three photos of the tiny house laid out in a collage

Tiny house info

Size

  • 24 feet by 8 feet

  • 5,500 pounds

  • Height: 12 feet, 6 inches

  • 7 feet by 8 feet fold-out deck

Exterior

  • Vinyl siding

  • Shingle roof

  • Thermopane glass windows

Interior

  • Pine interior

  • Clear coat epoxy on counter tops

  • Insulated including spray foam:

    • R-35 in ceiling

    • R-25 in walls

    • No floor insulation

Electrical/utilities

  • Electric heat

  • 100-amp service with 30 external plugs

  • 24 Volt 220 solar system

  • Electric hot water heater – on demand

    • 2.7 gallon per minute

  • LED lighting

  • Apartment-sized refrigerator

  • 36-inch shower

  • 24-inch propane stove

  • Requires water and waste hookups

Building Trades programs

Building Trades students at AEC build a tiny house each year. This type of hands-on, real-world experience is the cornerstone of the education that students get from Franklin-Essex-Hamilton BOCES programs.

The FEH BOCES team is also currently selling a modular house being built at North Franklin Educational Center in Malone.