A truly comfortable, secure, and inspirational space. This 150 sq. ft. backyard studio has built-in skids that make it easy to relocate. 4 recessed pot-lights, motion-sensor ext. light, and 12 receptacles.
Insulated (R-24 ceiling/R-12 walls), painted walls (2x) drywall & (2x) plywood. Painted plywood floor. Cozy enough for a guest cabin.
The cabin features a discrete growing space behind the peg board with three separate 4" duct pipes that discreetly vent to the rear gable vent. Could be converted into a vented shower area!
A "grow-box" on wheels that fits into the discrete space is also available. A lot of effort went into making the purpose of this space undetectable from inside AND outside of the building.
In addition to the discrete space there is a large laundry sink and taps for potting and a 4' x 2' Columbia Skylight for starting seedlings - everything required to start propagating, re-potting, and growing a hi-production garden.
Hidden back door! A sturdy well-built painted shelf unit hinged to the back wall and rolls out to reveal a hidden rear exit. Blackberry bushes out back form the perfect cover for a secret garden.
Note: this shed needs a bit of finishing. (1) It needs seven sheets of 4' x 8' "vertical siding" ($15/ea @ Valley Building Supplies in PR) installed over the sheathing on the back two sides. (2) It'll then need the sheets painted to match the existing grey stain. (3) The soffits [included] also need to be installed.
Asking $5,500 obo (It's insured for over $20,000).
Trade for a truck or car worth the same amount.
Key words: cabin, garden shed, back yard office, studio, micro home, small living space, guest cabin, small home.
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