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408 Sq. Ft. Tiny Home For Sale in Joshua Tree, CA 145k!

This is a 408 sq. ft. tiny house on about 3 acres located in Joshua Tree, CA.


It is listed for sale on Estately for $145,000.

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408 Sq. Ft. Tiny Home For Sale in Joshua Tree, CA $145k!

408 Sq Ft Tiny Home For Sale in Joshua Tree CA 145k

Photos via Estately

408 Sq Ft Tiny Home For Sale in Joshua Tree CA 145k

408 Sq Ft Tiny Home For Sale in Joshua Tree CA 145k

408 Sq Ft Tiny Home For Sale in Joshua Tree CA 145k

408 Sq Ft Tiny Home For Sale in Joshua Tree CA 145k

408 Sq Ft Tiny Home For Sale in Joshua Tree CA 145k

408 Sq Ft Tiny Home For Sale in Joshua Tree CA 145k

408 Sq Ft Tiny Home For Sale in Joshua Tree CA 145k

408 Sq Ft Tiny Home For Sale in Joshua Tree CA 145k

408 Sq Ft Tiny Home For Sale in Joshua Tree CA 145k


408 Sq Ft Tiny Home For Sale in Joshua Tree CA 145k

408 Sq Ft Tiny Home For Sale in Joshua Tree CA 145k

408 Sq Ft Tiny Home For Sale in Joshua Tree CA 145k

408 Sq Ft Tiny Home For Sale in Joshua Tree CA 145k

408 Sq Ft Tiny Home For Sale in Joshua Tree CA 145k

408 Sq Ft Tiny Home For Sale in Joshua Tree CA 145k

408 Sq Ft Tiny Home For Sale in Joshua Tree CA 145k

408 Sq Ft Tiny Home For Sale in Joshua Tree CA 145k

Photos via Estately

Highlights

  • Joshua Tree, CA
  • 3 acres
  • 408 sq. ft.
  • Studio
  • 1 bathroom
  • Outdoor bath/shower
  • Sold fully furnished
  • Adjacent to 2.5 acres of undeveloped land
  • Listed at $145,000 (as of 11/9/17)

Quote

Great kitchen with granite countertops, double sink, new stove and built-in microwave. Private outdoor dining/recreation area. Historic outhouse with former pit toilet modernized to flushing toilet, in addition to indoor toilet.1

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  • Joanna Chanin November 11, 2017, 8:05 am

    Cute. I assume a kitchen of sorts is tucked away in the corner?

    • Dominick Bundy November 12, 2017, 3:25 pm

      To me this would be the next thing to living in paradise.. Love all aspects of what this little place has to offer.. Especially that view.. Blue skies ,sunshine, heat, and open areas , This would be my perfect house except the price..

    • Debz November 12, 2017, 5:20 pm

      @Joanna Chanin — There are three photos of the kitchen area. No need to assume. 😉

  • redfish November 11, 2017, 10:22 am

    The outdoor bath is cool!

  • Susan November 12, 2017, 10:50 am

    Perfect for me. Unfortunately, still living in the midwest, which I also love, but love California! Few years to retirement…

    • Chuck November 12, 2017, 12:16 pm

      Stay in the midwest Susan! I’d gladly trade places with you. We are being taxed to death out here in California that’s why those that can move ARE moving out of the state. Our schools rate 46th in the nation and we have the greatest number of illegals and the highest number of people on welfare of any other state. Stay where you are!

      • Sondra November 13, 2017, 4:25 pm

        Susan I love it here, have traveled all over the US and Western Hemisphere… I’m going to retire here for sure ! We have high numbers but come on Chuck …

        “The 25 least populous states contain less than one-sixth of the total population. California, the most populous state, contains more people than the 21 least populous states combined.”

        “The top five highest total sales tax states as ranked by the Tax Foundation for 2017 were (combination of state and average local sales tax):

        Louisiana 9.98%
        Tennessee 9.46%
        Arkansas 9.30%
        Alabama 9.01%
        Washington 8.92%”

        “Combined sales and income tax leaders
        New York 12.7 %
        Connecticut 12.6%
        New Jersey 12.2%
        Illinois 11.0%
        California and Wisconsin 11.0%”

        “Property taxes
        Passaic County, New Jersey 8.79%
        Essex County, New Jersey 8.27%
        Union County, New Jersey 8.13%”

        “Personal income tax top 10

        The biggest tax ticket citizens face after paying the Internal Revenue Service is the one their state presents. Forty-one states and the District of Columbia levy a personal income tax.

        A comparison of 2017 tax rates compiled by the Federation of Tax Administrators ranks California as the top taxer with a 12.3 percent rate, unless you make more than $1 million and have to pay 13.3 percent.

        Each of these states has a personal income tax floor, deductions, exemptions, credits and varying definitions of taxable income that determine what a citizen actually pays. The 10 highest income tax states on the FTA’s 2016 list were:

        California 13.3%
        Oregon 9.9%
        Minnesota 9.85%
        Iowa 8.98%
        New Jersey 8.97%
        Vermont 8.95%
        District of Columbia 8.95%
        New York 8.82%
        Hawaii 8.25%
        Wisconsin 7.65%”

  • Mary November 12, 2017, 1:50 pm

    I love everything I see!! I do want a park model home but cannot find a builder I can trust and a community in which to put it that is affordable. I was told it was $30,00 for the hook ups, tie downs, etc in N Carolina, and would not be told how much from a factory. I have found all these distrusting souls but no one to really help me. I really want to stay in Tennessee but cannot find anyone or anyplace to put it. There was one, forgive me. You put in your own well and septic……………. I tried hiring a real estate agent but did he nothing to help. Need to look again there!! Feeling very discouraged…..anyone give me some pointers??? Tx

  • Mary November 13, 2017, 7:08 pm

    you’r kidding, 40,000 tops.

  • Catherine Veal November 20, 2017, 9:36 am

    I love the idea of an outdoor bath for the summer here in the midwest, but I would have to put sunblock on to take a bath. Would need an awning of some kind plus a shower inside for the colder months.

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