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208 Sq. Ft. Tiny Cabin for Sale (SOLD)

I had to show you this 208 sq. ft. tiny cabin for sale. (Sold)

It’s created by a company that normally builds barns for customers.

But according to this ad on Craigslist, Timberview Custom Builders in Burleson, Texas is now offering tiny homes.

208 Sq. Ft. Tiny Cabin (For Sale)

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It’s designed to be a Hunter’s Cabin but has all the amenities of a tiny house like a full micro kitchen and a full bathroom. Best of all it’s built with the same quality standards found on their full size barns. Asking $27,900.

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Alex is a contributor and editor for TinyHouseTalk.com and the always free Tiny House Newsletter. He has a passion for exploring and sharing tiny homes (from yurts and RVs to tiny cabins and cottages) and inspiring simple living stories. We invite you to send in your story and tiny home photos too so we can re-share and inspire others towards a simple life too. Thank you!
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  • Dominick Bundy June 9, 2014, 1:53 am

    Needs more windows. if nothing more than for ventilation..

  • Dennis June 9, 2014, 8:16 am

    There is NO $30,000 in this one kids!

  • Hunter June 9, 2014, 9:53 am

    Seems like a lot of people are jumping on the tiny house building scam.
    I Mean scheme or do I ?????
    Buyers beware ????? how do we know that the builders do know how to build????

  • Alex June 9, 2014, 11:19 am

    Only do business with LOCAL contractors that you can see face to face and obtain references from. In fact, the best way, is to ask your friends, family and coworkers for referrals. A professionally licensed local contractor can build you a tiny house. Just be prepared. Get plans, etc.

    Design 101: http://tinyhousetalk.com/design
    Plans: http://tinyhousetalk.com/plans
    Guides/Books: http://tinyhousetalk.com/guides
    Events/Workshops: http://tinyhousetalk.com/events

    • Jayme August 23, 2014, 4:21 pm

      Really check your builder out. We got scammed horribly. After we paid for the tiny house ( 680 sq. ft.) 2 bedroom, 1 bath, we had to pay and pay other contracters to get it fixed. The outside siding was not sealed correctly. They used the wrong ridge cap and screws for the metal roof. They painted the inside and didn’t sand first. They used stud grade lumber for interior trim and the porch railing. One of the windows only had one screw holding it in. On and on it goes. It was an eye-opening experience. Please be careful. I wouldn’t want anyone to go through this.

  • Catherine Wilson June 11, 2014, 10:36 pm

    Yuck. Yuck Yuck.
    CLAUSTROPHOBIA city, big time.

    Two tiny windows in the whole thing?
    Give me a break!!!

  • Martha August 23, 2014, 1:36 pm

    I like the looks from the outside. The inside is interesting and would be fine from the standpoint of occasional use as a hunter’s cabin. But where is the space for eating? A kitchen without even a small table wouldn’t work for me. I do like what is there, however, it is lacking in a few ways.

    I like to see a larger house tastefully decorated, but in a small space I think the owner should skip the artwork and wall hangings. It just makes the space look too cluttered.

    • Jacki August 24, 2014, 11:20 am

      I agree less windows makes all the more room for all the wall doodads and hunting themes. Maybe they will spend more time out hunting than being inside. Who needs a table . . .?

  • Comet August 23, 2014, 8:57 pm

    And then there was the oh-so-artistically draped dead animal—-

    I “get” it but—nope–not a $30000 deal here. And what is up with the wooden planking around the top bunk????

    • Susan Johnson August 24, 2014, 1:19 pm

      Well, I’m glad somebody else said it, so I don’t have to – about the esthetically arranged ex-whatever it was, i.e., the former animal. The price, yeah, way steep. The planking around the top bunk – that’s simple. It’s necessary to keep inebriated happy hunters from rolling out of bed. Love your comment, Comet. Snark and levity!

  • Lorraine August 24, 2014, 11:13 pm

    Decorating choices aside, I actually liked this cabin, the outside storage and lots of wall space to hang things…as Alex mentioned, it was designed as a hunter’s cabin, so I would imagine hunters would prefer fewer windows, as a full time home, of course a person would want more light.

  • Joe August 25, 2014, 11:28 am

    take notice folks no trailer underneath.now you must retroefit a foundation of some type be it a trailer or blocks,it’s a perminant structure not a moveable tiny home.

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