Don’t you hate it when you find an incredible deal that you missed out on? Well, we hate to tell you but this next tour is going to really make you wish you had seen it sooner! This property is in Joshua Tree, California and it features not one, but two, tiny houses for sale surrounded by conservation land for a peaceful oasis. The tiny houses were recently remodeled and each sit on expansive acreage with their own solar and septic systems. Unfortunately, the listing didn’t last long and was sold in January for $205,000.
The houses are charming with bright red exteriors and large covered porches to protect you from the desert sun.
Inside, the tiny houses have open floorplans with concrete floors and separate bathrooms. The first home has neutral coloring in both the walls and décor. The living room and bedroom are on one side of the house with large windows that let natural light in.
The dining table separates the kitchen from the living area and gives you plenty of room to seat several guests.
The kitchen is on the opposite wall from the bedroom with a full-sized stove and oven and ample cabinet storage for kitchen essentials.
While it’s only one room, we love the airy feeling in this tiny house and the expansive views of the desert and mountains.
The bathroom is off of the kitchen and features a corner shower stall, flushable toilet, and large sink vanity with a separate storage cabinet.
The second tiny house is slightly more bold and polished with fewer chips in the red exterior and a larger covered porch.
There’s also a covered courtyard giving you a shady spot to spread out in away from the harsh desert sun.
Inside, the house is set up similarly to the first home with an open layout. However, this home has a bright tangerine color on the walls with equally bold décor.
The bedroom is on one wall with the bathroom off of it and large windows for natural light and fresh air.
Across from the bed is a small dining table and kitchenette.
The bathroom in this tiny house is much more modern than in the first house featuring a glass shower with a tiled floor, toilet, and a sleek vanity with shiny black doors and a wooden countertop.
These homes were used as very successful Airbnb rentals for several years before the new owners took them off of the market. It’s easy to see why visitors flocked to the private houses!
If you want to see more pictures of this missed deal, check out the listing that’s still up at http://www.estately.com/listings/info/1799-winfield-road–2.