For a House like This, $18,000 Is a Bargain
This cute "Cabin Title 72" on wheels is for sale in Austin, Texas. The tiny home has some light storm damage, so the price has been drastically reduced. The damage is cosmetic and all the mechanicals are sound. The original cost to build was $36,000. This tiny house is a steal for the right person who buys it.
Some of the details of this great tiny house on wheels is the size of the tiny house is 200 square feet, and the price has been reduced to $18,000. This tiny house is really cute, on the exterior of the tiny house a nice green is used which looks good with the wood. There is a back covered porch for relaxing and enjoying your morning tea. There are French doors on the side that let in lots of natural light. You'll want to take a look at the unique reclaimed wood kitchen cabinet, it looks great. The open living/kitchen space has lots of character, with wooden floors, and antique white used on the walls. There is a ceiling fan inside, lots of storage, a raise area for sleeping. There are lots of photos for you to take a look at, you definitely want to see this tiny house for sale.
On this site you will also find lots of tiny house stories. Some examples of tiny house stories you might find include; Colorado couple, Joni and Brian Buzarde, recently completed their 236 square foot tiny home on wheels and have already been featured in Dwell magazine and Curbed. Their unusual design was built by the couple at a cost of $50,000 over a year, they called the tiny home Woody; The Tiny Hall House in Massachusetts is an owner-built tiny house that houses Dad, Mom and their 17 year old son, it goes to show you don't need a lot of space to raise a family; Off-grid tiny home in North Carolina, the price is $17,000. You can buy it along with the five acres it sits on for $47,000; Unlike most tiny houses on wheels, The Escape Traveler is designed and built for the nomadic tiny house dweller; a 23 year old google employee lives in a truck in the company's parking lot, and saves 90 percent of his income.
It's no wonder we love tiny houses with so many unique designs to choose from. Maybe we love them so much because they are just smaller versions of our larger sized homes, but without all the cleaning. Whatever the reason is, we just can't get enough of the tiny house designs, styles and plans that we keep seeing all over the place. If you didn't think too much of tiny houses in the past, you may just feel yourself daydreaming about the small house designs you've lately seen. A tiny house is a return to living in smaller sized homes, which typically means living in a house that is less than 1,000 square feet. One popular type of tiny houses is tiny houses on wheels, a modern version often compared to RV living. Downsizing into a tiny house can be a way to save money on heating, taxes, maintenance, building costs, and repair costs. For many people buying a tiny house or building a tiny house, means that they can afford to own their tiny house outright, and in doing that they can afford to do more of the things they enjoy from traveling, pursuing hobbies and passions. With names like gingerbread cottages, cob cottages, beach shacks, tree houses, houseboats, modular homes, prefabricated homes, solar powered homes, wind powered homes, off grid tiny houses, tiny houses on wheels and more, there is lots to think about.
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