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416 Sq. Ft. Tiny Timber Cabin on 5 Acres in NY (For Sale!)

This is a 416 sq. ft. tiny cabin located on a 5 acre lot in Annsville, NY.


It is listed for sale on Estately for $44,528.

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Tiny Timber Cabin on 5 Acres in NY (For Sale!)

Photos via Estately

416 Sq. Ft. Timber Cabin on 5 Acres in NY

416 Sq. Ft. Timber Cabin on 5 Acres in NY

416 Sq. Ft. Timber Cabin on 5 Acres in NY

416 Sq. Ft. Timber Cabin on 5 Acres in NY

416 Sq. Ft. Timber Cabin on 5 Acres in NY

416 Sq. Ft. Timber Cabin on 5 Acres in NY

416 Sq. Ft. Timber Cabin on 5 Acres in NY

416 Sq. Ft. Timber Cabin on 5 Acres in NY

416 Sq. Ft. Timber Cabin on 5 Acres in NY


416 Sq. Ft. Timber Cabin on 5 Acres in NY

416 Sq. Ft. Timber Cabin on 5 Acres in NY

416 Sq. Ft. Timber Cabin on 5 Acres in NY

416 Sq. Ft. Timber Cabin on 5 Acres in NY

416 Sq. Ft. Timber Cabin on 5 Acres in NY

416 Sq. Ft. Timber Cabin on 5 Acres in NY

416 Sq. Ft. Timber Cabin on 5 Acres in NY

416 Sq. Ft. Timber Cabin on 5 Acres in NY

Photos via Estately

Highlights

  • 1 bedroom
  • Annsville, NY
  • 416 sq. ft.
  • 5 acre lot
  • Built in 2015
  • Off the grid
  • Outhouse

Quotes

Charming north country cabin located on a quiet, dead end country road away from all of today’s disturbances. Built with native lumber consisting of heavy timbers & logs from the site & placed perfectly to east/west to experience beautiful sunrises & sunsets.1

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  • jb November 14, 2017, 9:01 am

    Nice; love the live edge siding. A little rough on interior for my taste; but with 5 acres, a great value.

  • Hudson November 14, 2017, 12:47 pm

    Looks like a good value but don’t believe I am hardy enough to handle an outhouse in January weather.

    • jb November 14, 2017, 12:51 pm

      No one will spend too much time on the toilet; and one could use the old seat on a bucket and saw dust method inside.

  • Tom Osterdock November 14, 2017, 4:51 pm

    Off the grid Outhouse, I am used to them but really would rather not. Make the Cabin a hair larger and put a compost toilet instead. 5 acres would make a nice small railroad for me and probably would remove the cabin and put my tiny on it instead with a nice small railroad on the property. Too bad it is in the bad corner of the country. Many of those states are smaller than some county’s or parishes in other states. I know NY is not small but seems like ISIS and others like NY also.

    • James D. November 15, 2017, 12:58 pm

      It’s mainly just NYC, being the financial capital of the world with Wallstreet, world banks, etc. and the symbolism it entails with Ellis Island, Statue of Liberty, etc. makes it a target…

      But the rest of the state should be perfectly safe…

      • jb November 15, 2017, 1:13 pm

        NY State has most all of it’s population in NY city and Buffalo, then some in Rochester. The rest of the state is very very rual, low population farm land and wine country.This cabin is in Annsville, NY, which is way up north, above Syracuse. Next stop Lake Ontario and Ottawa Canada.

      • Tom Osterdock November 16, 2017, 2:05 am

        Probably true but does not change my opinion. The northeast corner of the US is great to visit but there is no way that I would want to live there. It is bad enough in California. I want to leave there also.

  • Rick C November 14, 2017, 5:07 pm

    You gotta be pretty brave to live in upstate NY in the winter in an uninsulated house, never mind the outhouse.

    Not bad looking. Wish the pictures covered more of the inside. It looks like there’s a partial loft, but I didn’t see stairs or a ladder.

  • Michael L November 14, 2017, 10:47 pm

    Well the outside is very attractive! I’d agree with above, I think I’d want to find a spot for a composting toilet for winter! The “off grid” is very appealing. The inside… not quite there yet. I’d want some insulation!!

  • Michael L November 14, 2017, 10:52 pm

    Ok… I went to estately… for $42k and change it’s a great deal. It’s Amish built and has a spring fed pond! Wow! I may be in love!

    • MsCynthia November 19, 2017, 6:14 pm

      Insulation and water pump could be built in the Spring/Summer seasons in time for Fall and Winter. Where’s the nearest large city (with grocery, library,) etc.? —- and the nearest paved road?

      • jb November 20, 2017, 12:14 pm

        Syracuse NY is about 50 to 60 mins away; and it is a big city. Rome ny is 15 minutes. Annsville is a town of about 3500 people. Rome is about 43,000 people. I imagine Annsville has a store or two; but certainly Rome has everything. Syracuse is a big city of about 170,000 people and has a metro area of close to 700,000 people. So it really is not that remote. Not much if you go north of Annsville though.

  • jb November 15, 2017, 8:17 am

    I agree with the comments on insulation and the toilet; I have a 12×24 timber frame in Fingerlakes area of NY State; codecalls for an R49 roof, R21 walls, R30 crawl. It is easy to heat my place; but this one would be cold in the winter. I think this place is a hunting cabin; not a full time residence. At the price; the shell is in place; and it could be made into nice perminate residence with effort.

  • alice h November 15, 2017, 7:08 pm

    Two solutions to a cold outhouse seat – keep one warm inside and bring it out as needed or use styrofoam. Worked well in Yukon winters. Composting toilet in a little closet inside works well too.

    • MsCynthia November 19, 2017, 6:11 pm

      Those solutions are workable – and sound like they come from experience. Well thought out!

  • Michael L November 18, 2017, 10:16 pm

    I’m falling in love with this place! There is no way you could touch something this nice and with all the property close to me in Michigan.

    • jb November 20, 2017, 8:28 am

      I like it too; if I did not allready have 5 acres and building a small timberframe; I would be all over it. The drive to work on it would be long though. I lived in Michigan; north of Detroit; and the one post is correct; prices for what you get are higher in MI! Bang for the buck on this property is nice; and it is not too far from towns either.

  • Gabriella November 19, 2017, 8:59 am

    The images of absolute Peace and Poetic Serenity these images refer me to an Italian song that deserves to be translated: “Impressioni di Settembre”,
    by Premiata Forneria Marconi.

  • Lyn November 19, 2017, 8:41 pm

    My brother lives close to Annsville. That part of NY is absolutely beautiful. He’s never complained about the crime rate, but maybe it’s because he’s lived there for 50 years & no-one would think of messing with him!

    As primitive as the amenities are, I’d guess this sweet cabin is currently used only on a short-term basis. Summer cottage? Hunting cabin? It could easily be transformed into a full-time, cozy tiny home, though. After all, the scenery needs no improvement whatsoever. 🙂

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