Like any commodity, high demand with low supply means only one thing. Prices go up.
And for Vermont residents this has been the citation with housing for some years now.
It is no secret that Vermont has a housing crisis, and it does not seem to be getting better. In 2021, some locals even say that it is at its worst.
With populations rising and Vermont property prices not set to go down any time soon, people need an answer.
There could, however, be a solution. At the expense of living space and, depending on your outlook on life, luxury, tiny houses offer a more affordable property.
And with sustainability such an important agenda and something which we should all be aspiring to improve in our lives, mabe tiny houses are in fact the best way to fix housing shortages in all states.
But whether it is for holidaying or fully-fledged living, a tiny house is a holistic form of accommodation.
Many of these quaint little houses can be situated in secluded and picturesque locations, surrounded by Vermont’s lush green forest.
And together, houses and their locations often resemble scenes out of a fairy tale.
Let’s have a look at some of the most interesting tiny houses for sale in Vermont which you can buy today.
They might not be everyone’s cup of tea. And they definitely will not be suitable for many, like large families or house-sharers.
But you are guaranteed to at least be intrigued by their unique exteriors and creative interiors.
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Tiny Houses For Sale In Vermont
This truly tiny little house is located in Waterbury, but is not fixed to it. That is because it hides a cool little secret.
The property is in fact on wheels, and can, therefore, be taken anywhere!
It has a beautifully modern furnished interior that is good on the eye, a toilet room, as well as a shower.
If not for living in, this would make a perfect transportable holiday home.
Bedrooms: 0 (but space for low bed)
Location:Waterbury (on wheels)
- Relaxing bay window
- Wheeled for transportation
A teeny tiny cottage tucked away amongst Bardford’s purple and green-leafed trees.
Although it looks to be remote, it is in fact easily accessible from a dirt road, and just 10 minutes to the I-91 highway.
A real rustic cottage, its three rooms are heated by wood, and they are a bedroom, kitchen and dining area, as well as a living room — everything you need for a tiny living situation.
The property comes with plenty of land, meaning nature is right at its doorstep.
- Wood frame
- 3 total rooms
- 4.4 acres
- 576 sqft
A-frame homes always catch the eye for their unique shape, and this one is no different.
The prism shape has sharp, straight edges and symmetrical window fittings which contrast the curved lines of nature all around it.
You will find it on a healthy patch of land just under an acre in size, and only 5 minutes away from shops.
The two bedroom means that this Vermont tiny house is suitable for more than one person. A couple who wants a spare room for guests would fit nicely.
- 1 bathroom
- 0.97 acres
If this tiny house slipped your gaze, no worries because the lake certainly will not. Situated in the beautiful Shoreham, lakeside tiny house offers unparalleled views across the waters.
Despite its small appearance, the newly built tiny house has clever design to maximise living space.
The open plan ground floor, vaulted ceiling, and loft sleeping area all help to create a cosy yet spacious atmosphere.
And if the lake itself was not enough, well guess what? 100ft of it is your as the property comes with private lake access.
- 1 bathroom
- 0.45 acres
This elongated tiny house looks like a static one from a distance. But looks can be deceiving. It is, in fact, a mobile tiny home.
Situated in a great village location, it offers the chance to get to know locals, but also has its own space thanks to the quarter-acre lot.
There is a bedroom, bathroom, loft expansion for sleeping area, and a living area.
Along with this, there is also a basement for laundry and other utilities.
A great potential tiny house for singles or couples.
- 1 bathroom
- 0.45 acres
- ¼ acre
A forest-shrouded cottage that is more like two tiny houses stuck together.
This Vernon cottage looks like something straight out of Alice In Wonderland, and you can only imagine the peace and tranquility that comes with living there.
Its two decks look out onto the lush surrounding greenery and Broad Brook, adding to the scenic setting.
And although it is bang smack in a forested area, it is only a short drive to busy Brattleboro.
This is the perfect couples home or romantic retreat.
- 1 bed
- 1 bathroom
- 0.5 acres
The tiniest of tiny houses, Jamaica Cottage Shop’s Tiny House On Wheels (THOW) truly embodies the tiny house movement.
This trailer living wooden house not only looks beautiful, but is fully customizable.
Jamaica Cottage Shop is a group of professional woodworkers, and they can take almost any customer specification for this tiny house’s interior.
This means that possibilities are endless, but so are locations. The handy trailer makes this playhouse lookalike ideal for free spirits and eco-minded people.
Just hook it up to a vehicle and you have a mobile home ready for exploring.
Price: $11,724.00 – $17,485.00
- Customizable interior
- Dimensions: 13’6”H x 8’6”W x 19’6”D
- Weight: 5300 lbs
Another beautiful A-frame property, this time with interesting colours.
The blue and red strangely intertwine to compliment each other, and add something extra to the toblerone-chocolate shaped house.
The tiny house could do with a little bit of tender loving care, and makes a good project for the keen home improver.
There is ample space for parking a vehicle. And out the back you will find a couple of outbuildings set up with electricity.
And located just off the I-91 highway, there is no trouble getting back to civilization.
- 1 bed
- 2 bathroom
- 1 acres
This bright and spacious tiny house is more of a living space rather than a house.
Without any bedrooms or other living amenities, in its current state, it would make a cool cabin retreat for a group of friends to hang out at.
However, with a lot of work and vision, there is no reason why it could not be converted into a tiny accommodation of some sort.
And with plenty of windows letting in natural light, along with its friendlier poreice, it could also be a cheaper property in terms of energy bills.
- Outside shed
- 0 bed
- 0 bathroom
- 400 sqft
- 1 acres
This Randolph-located tiny house may be small in size, but it comes with a gigantic 45 acres of land!
Full of character and charm, the cabin is fed by gravity spring water, has a hot shower, gas lighting, and a wood fired stove.
A great home for those who love to feel secluded, or a great holiday retreat for temporary recluses.
The Braintree mountains are visible off in the distance, giving this tiny cabin an extra sprinkling of natural beauty.
It is the perfect setup for a nature lover who wants to escape the modern world and get back to our green roots.
- 1 bed
- 476 sqft
- 45 acres
Vermont Tiny homes
Hopefully Vermont’s housing crisis will be sorted in the near future.
But if thi is not the case, and would-be residents are in for more long-term house-hunting, iy houses will always be an option.
There are so many tiny homes available, that maybe downsizing is the way to get a foot in the door of a Vermont property.
And if you were just here for a look, we bet that at least one of these intriguing tiny houses appealed to you!