Built a couple of years ago by a professional, this tiny cabin house exemplifies tiny living in more ways than one. A limited square footage which covers the essentials, smart storage solutions and a very affordable price tag are just some of the things that has us convinced that a tiny home enthusiast or even a general buyer will grab it. If you want to be the lucky owner, the clock’s ticking!
However, don’t shoot a message to the seller just yet. Keep reading to get a glimpse of what to expect first by scrolling down:
Tiny Home Size
- 18’ long
- 10’ wide
- 14’ wide
Tiny Home Price
$19,500, located in Eugene, OR.
Tiny Home Features
- While the deck, awning and 4×4 aren’t included in the price, you can grab them off the buyer for a mere 350 bucks.
- There’s a pantry room that can be made into a bathroom, as long as you don’t mind an outdoor shower.
- The 14’ ceiling makes the loft a lot more spacious than its peers.
- Thanks to a low price tag, turning the tiny cabin house off-grid won’t increase the overall cost of the home to an unfriendly amount.
- Save more! If you take this one off the buyer and move it to your property by 1st July, they’ll take 1000 bucks off the asking price. Woohoo!
Exterior-wise, the tiny cabin house is, well, tiny. Thanks to the porch that can seat four, it can be used as a vacation house too.
The interior is just as rustic, and is lit up by a warm golden glow thanks to the myriad of windows that allow sunlight to pour in from all corners.
First up is the living area, which is just as large, if not larger than some 20’ long models out there.
Throw in your couch here, install a TV up front, and you’ve got a minimalistic lounge area. The ceiling also makes it possible to add a secondary storage loft above.
Next up is the kitchenette – a single countertop with space for downsized appliances. Some shelves on the walls are a nice touch, but put some cabinets in their stead to get a little storage ‘oomph’.
Opposite the kitchenette is the pantry room that needs to be converted into a bathroom if you’re using the home for permanent living.
Head up the ladder and you get to the loft.
It’s tall enough to sleep here without feeling claustrophobic and can fit a double bed mattress easily.
Looking for some more tiny houses worth investing in? Here is a quick list of some of the best ones available out there.
- The Maverick Tiny House Features Such A Cozy Loft
- The Vermont Cabin is a Plug-and-Play Tiny House by Jamaica Cottage Company
- 255 Sq Ft Contemporary Tiny Home Is A Solid Choice As A Luxury AirBnb
For more information about this tiny cabin house, check out the complete listing in the Tiny House Marketplace. Make sure that you let them know that iTinyHouses.com sent you their way.