Ultra Sustainable, Tiny Home for Sale
We are happy to present this very unique, ultra compact “L41” home available for sale. Designed by visionary architect team Michael Katz and Janet Corne, this home is all of 220sqft of well designed space with thoughtful features and sustainable objectives that make this home highly livable and notably delightful.
This home was on display during the 2010 Winter Olympics in Vancouver, and is now for sale to a Buyer looking for something well made and sustainable to satisfy a unique housing need. You’ll need a permit from the city to place this house on a piece of land, which would makes this a fantastic guest house for a recreational property.
The home itself is a 220sqft studio unit. Inside the home you’ll find high quality finishings and appliances with a light colour scheme and well thought out window placement. The kitchen will impress with Eggersmann cabinetry, a company known for prestigious, sustainable products founded on Bauhaus architectural ideas. You’ll find Miele appliances and a good amount of cabinetry and counter space, washer/dryer with breakfast bar seating. The window backsplash brings in natural light.
The living room features built in millwork for media and storage with room for the pull out bed. There is a well designed bathroom and desk space as well. There is a retractable window wall allowing for seamless indoor/outdoor living on the large balcony with storage.
All the windows are triple glazed, there is radiant in ceiling heat, a sophisticated HVAC system, ventless roof, Control4 system for lighting/heating/alarms/etc and is both solar panel and green roof ready.
The L41 was constructed of Cross Laminated Timber (CTS), which is a newer wood product in North America. CTS has the strength and versatility to be used in place of concrete for mid-rise buildings, and with concrete producing 8% of the world’s carbon emissions, this product contributes to it’s sustainability. The exterior siding is durable Kynar-coated metal.
The L41 is the first in a series. It has been designed with the intention to be fit together with other modules to allow the owner to create a configuration and size that works for their needs.