The best tiny home I?ve ever seen. I built this tiny home before it was a craze. Waterfront, nothing spared. 3/4 inch solid white oak flooring, cherry cabinets, the Home has not one piece of wall left from the original structure. It is a frame built home, 2x4 construction, OSB outside, then aluminum and vinyl. Inside is 1/2 inch drywall. All new wiring. All new plumbing. All new appliances, full size washer and dryer. All new doors, most windows, hurricane glass, travertine six foot double shower, new custom aluminum and stainless railings on deck. Enough parking for four or five cars. Front porch of repurposed ipe?. Only home around with a queen palm growing right through the waterfront deck. Put my heart and soul into it. Health forces us to move inland. This is our year round home. Mini-splits, air conditioning and heat, silent and extremely efficient, brand new. Had the house tented four years ago, six years left on termite guarantee. Flooring was inside the tent as well. There are absolutely no critters here. They inspect three times a year. The Rent for the lot is 650 dollars a month, includes water. Speaking of water, I installed a fancy water filtration system as well. Down to .1 micron. That's really fine. Also this is a 55+ community. And no sublets allowed. Btw, since the kitchen pic was taken, that grate in the kitchen floor been removed and filled in with original white oak. Included is a couple bundles to remove the duct vent holes because who needs them with mini splits? Where can you get waterfront like this in Florida for that price. I am including this offer for the next two months: a one year service maintenance guarantee and I will pay your first months rent! Thanks for looking. Call or text my phone 386-872-2878. I can show it anytime. I?m ten minutes away! Btw, the rent here is cheaper than the land taxes I pay for my new home. The rent includes Port Orange water! Also have now found out there is financing available, through a bank that just opened right down the street called Center State. They require 25% down. And although they generally write for newer homes, they have been willing to write for these waterfront homes that have been updated, and there isn?t anything in my home that hasn?t been. I would also finance a portion with a substantial down, say 50K. Thanks for looking!
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