Starlighter1 Tiny House on Wheels, Small House Design Ideas





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Published on May 19, 2017

This is the Starlighter1 by Show Me Tiny Homes LLC that’s currently for sale in Rogersville, Missouri.
Built by a world renown thermal solar and hydronics expert, this gem of a tiny home would be perfect for an extra family member, remote office or as a vacation home (sleeps 2, or 3 if you’re thin!) Colorful, and nicely finished with loads of practical details, including radiantly warm wall and floors, multiple 12-volt outlets, HDMI connection, a space-making “murphy” bed, and spacious kitchen area. PV solar panels/battery storage provide extra oomph. The mechanical systems are super-efficient, and installed by licensed contractors. The tag-along deck provides extra room for sunset gazing and container gardening. Because of the lower, 10’ overall height and weight, it can be towed by most 1/2 ton trucks.

Price: $35,000.00 USD
Built 2016-17
160 square feet THOW (20X8’)
New Missouri D.O.T. trailer, 9,900 GVW both axles have brakes, electric breakaway brake. black powder coat, adjustable hitch 2-5/16 coupler
2X6 floor joist 16” on center, 5- 5-1/2” EXP foam in floor joist, metal pan below joists
¾” Advantech floor decking glued and screwed
2X4 wall framing 16” OC glued, 3-1/2” rigid and spray foam insulation
½” Zip sheathing, all framing and sheathing glued to framing, sheathing covers rim joist
2X6” rafter truss, spray foam, Simpson hurricane clipped
½ CDX roof sheeting, glued and galvanized ring nails
TPO roof installed by Cardinal Commercial Roofing Inc
Hydronic, radiant floor and wall heat, with Roth Radiant Panels
2-Kyocera 120W, 12VDC solar PV modules, hinge mount, 110 AH deep-cycle battery
Midnite Solar “Brat” charge controller
Midnite Solar DIN breakers, Blue Sea 12V fuse block
4- 12VDC receptacles USB plug and battery voltage display
100Amp breaker panel, 1-1/4 conduit stubbed out bottom
50A RV connector on front of trailer
exterior 120V receptacle and 12VDC
LED ceiling lighting
32” fiberglass shower stall one piece, Delta single handle faucet
Flush toilet, also prewired 120V for composting toilet
Wood cabinets, two banks of drawers, 1 door base 15 x 22 stainless sink, Delta faucet Granite top 70” of counter length, brushed stainless backsplash
Hot/ cold frost free exterior faucet, for outdoor shower, vehicle or pet washing
6,000 lb tie downs on four corners
Pre-piped for LP of NG at mechanical room and under kitchen, stubbed under both ends of trailer
Plumbing, electrical and roofing by licensed contractors
Twin size murphy bed, horizontal mount
Bamboo dining table converts to single bed, 70” long, large storage drawers below
Cork flooring tiles, composite flooring in bathroom
Large closet 60X32 with SlatWal and clothes bar
Quaker thermal break aluminum single hung windows with screen kelly green
Lincoln wood window in bath with screen
Mirror finish stainless wall with radiant heat to hang coats or shoes on magnetic hooks
8X4 pressure treated deck, mounts on front of trailer for travel
Plumbing drains stubbed through floor, need to be connected to sewer or septic
House is bolted to trailer with grade 8 bolts and could be lifted off trailer
Weighs approx. 8,880 lbs, overall height @10-8” very energy efficient
9.9 cubic foot refrigerator, fastened to wall framing
Cusimax 2 burner infrared stove top 120V portable
Acer LCD R240HQ 24” monitor on Cheetah swivel mount
12 gallon hot water tank 120V
Thermo 2000 Mini BTU electric boiler for radiant floor, 3KW glycol freeze protection
Builder: Bob “Hotrod” Rohr – master plumber, solar and hydronics expert

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