Several counties in Missouri don’t have zoning or building codes, which means Missouri is the place to be for tiny house living! Be careful, though, with the cities, as in a few Missouri cities tiny houses are illegal.
Whatever reason you may have for veering in the tiny house living direction, why not take a look at some amazing tiny homes on sale in Missouri right now.
This tiny house can be built for you by Utopian Villas.
A unique and compact, 400 square feet, tiny house to make your home. The skylights are perfect for stargazing. The large kitchen window lets in the light.
A fully equipped 22′ x 8′, 176 sq. ft, turquoise tiny house on wheels THOW. Lofted bed, one bathroom with a shower, sink, and a composting toilet. The heating and cooling systems have been upgraded. Upgraded 400 foot heated electric water hose that leads into the house.
A 250 square foot tiny house, constructed from straw bale and earthen plaster. Studio style living area finished in yellow plaster and natural wood tones.
Substantial greenhouse attached to the south-facing wall. Stained glass windows give this home panache. Complete kitchen with running water from a 700-gallon cistern.
A Jotul cast-iron stove, rated for an 800 square foot space, is great for heating. There’s a composting toilet. Shower facilities are shared by community members just a short walk away.
A 2019 Tumbleweed Cypress 20-foot tiny home. Never-used induction stove top and shower. The exterior has an LP Diamond Coat System and all siding has a 30-year warranty. The metal roof has a 50-year warranty.
Missouri-based Classic Buildings will build this tiny house just for you. It has a great storage area over the porch and a cathedral ceiling.
It can have a shingle or metal roof, depending on your tastes. There are options to get 30 x 40 insulated windows, a 4′ porch with railing and much more.
The Universal Dome is a 14’ x 9’ Geodesic dome made of Fiberglass Reinforced Plastic. It can withstand hurricane force winds, and up to 30 feet of snowfall pressure. All domes can be customized in size.
A range of upgrades are available; such as insulation, aluminum doors, additional windows, various colors. It comes with a 30-day money back guaranty and an 18-month warranty. The Universal Dome could easily become a functioning tiny home, perfect for off grid living.
This farmhouse style 8 x 24 feet THOW has two sleeping lofts, split unit air and heat, an eating bar and a spacious bath.
A 40′ shipping container tiny house; 320 square feet on the main floor and 80 square feet in the loft.
All electric, with full size kitchen appliances, custom built kitchen cabinets, granite countertop, farm sink, dishwasher and garbage disposal. The bathroom has an oversized bathtub, a normal toilet and a vanity.
Made from engineered wood flooring. Mitsubishi Hyper heat and cooling system. The loft can take a king size bed and has cubbies in the rear and a desk-top in the front.
A brand new 6’ x 16’ tiny house. Interior is tongue and groove pine. Full bathroom with flushing toilet and separate shower. Sleeping loft. Complete kitchen with butcher block counter tops and all brand-new stainless-steel appliances, including an LP gas stove.
Brand new combination heating and air conditioning unit. Tankless LP Hot water heater. Exterior has a galvanized steel roof, an awning for outdoor living, and brand-new trailer tires.
Well-insulated and energy efficient. Designed to use in any RV park for electrical plug in, sewer, and water connections. Can be delivered with additional shipping costs.
A 12 x 28 cabin, with a 7 x 11 loft, having cellulose insulation, a metal roof and pine siding. The cabin is portable.
At just 476 square feet, this is the perfect little house for empty nesters or someone who travels frequently. It has everything necessary.
One bedroom, 1.5 bathrooms (the half-bath is in the basement). Sliding barn doors are a stylish space-saver. Restroom and shower are clean and orderly. Storage available in the basement.
Fits a mid-size or half ton short bed truck. Small shower room with a toilet and gas-electric refrigerator, with a small sink and counter. There’s a four-burner stove and oven, on demand water heater and LED lights.
Sleeping area over the cab has a queen size bed. There’s a 6-foot bench on one side of the camper that can be used for another sleeping area. Converts to a small dinette area.
1972 Ford b600 54 passenger skoolie. 330 light duty gas engine, with 8000 miles and 4 speed manual transmission. There’s some rust. The inside needs updating. There are two booths. In the back a U-shaped booth turns into a full-sized bed.
The other booth, across from the kitchen, turns into a twin. Propane oven/range, two-way fridge, wet bathroom with sink and vanity and chemical toilet. Electric in place. There’s no generator.
The Highway House is off grid with full solar. It has a domestic fridge and a composting toilet. There’s a convertible space ready to be made into whatever you fancy.
The Tiny House can be built for you by Classic Buildings. There are eleven different floor plans to choose from. Standard features include a 6” overhang on all sides, 36” house door with window and either a shingle or metal roof. You can opt to have a loft, framed out rooms, an insulated floor and other options.
A great building lot in a quiet neighborhood. The lot includes a tiny home. There’s some termite damage to the home. Confirm with title and/or city. No utility easements across property to prevent building. Beautiful lot with large mature trees.
This tiny house has two bedrooms and one bathroom. It needs work to turn it into the ideal home. There’s a shed which could be another tiny home on the property that can be bought at an additional amount, or negotiated within the sale.
A 2018 NOAH certified tiny home on a lot. Pressed tin ceilings, one bath with antique chest of drawers, living area with wood-like vinyl flooring and kitchen. Large loft bedroom. Plumbed with off-grid capability. Well insulated. Metal roof. Two propane tanks.
It comes with a ‘bunk-house’ that is finished and has baseboard heat and A/C window unit, which would make a great workshop area or guest bedroom.
A ranch-style tiny house, with one bedroom, one-bathroom, open living, dining and kitchen. This house has been updated and comes completely furnished. A covered deck and a concrete patio with fire pit and built-in BBQ. Central heat/air. A quick walk takes you to the marina with boat slip rentals.
Located in the Jack’s Fork Farmsteads, this tiny home is homestead ready. It has over five acres of fenced land, with raised gardens, native trees and shrubs and a chicken coop. There’s an out building with an attached breezeway. The property has a fireplace and wood siding.
- Check rules and regulations in your area from the county Zoning Officer and any associated costs, such as permit costs.
- Proximity to utilities and amenities.
- Impact on family and lifestyle.
- Secure land.
- Attitude to the outdoors. Tiny house living better suits those who commune with nature.
- Attitude to close neighbors, especially if you are considering a tiny house community. Being in the right community for you is very important.
- Utility Costs. Access to sewage disposal, a water supply, electricity, and Internet.
- Ensure you use a certified builder and make sure you sign off on blue prints, schedule and costs. If you wish to add amenities or rooms to your tiny home, the best time to do this is before construction commences.
- Try living in a more confined space before buy. Try rent a space.
For beautiful home choices, check out the Tiny House Database.
Frequently Asked Questions
What Price Range Applies To Tiny Houses?
Depends on where, size and materials.
Where Can I Buy A Tiny House?
Check the Tiny House Map and select ‘Builders’ on the search bar.
Check Tiny House Listings for owner-built and professionally-built tiny homes.
How Do I Insure A Tiny House?
Check with your insurance agent.