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$45k Tiny Cabin on 2 Acres in Vermont

This is a tiny cabin on 2 acres in Brookfield, VT.

It is listed for sale on Estately for $45,000.

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Tiny Cabin on 2 Acres in Brookfield, VT For Sale!

$45k Tiny Cabin on 2 Acres in Vermont

Photos via Estately

$45k Tiny Cabin on 2 Acres in Vermont

$45k Tiny Cabin on 2 Acres in Vermont

$45k Tiny Cabin on 2 Acres in Vermont

$45k Tiny Cabin on 2 Acres in Vermont

$45k Tiny Cabin on 2 Acres in Vermont

$45k Tiny Cabin on 2 Acres in Vermont

$45k Tiny Cabin on 2 Acres in Vermont

$45k Tiny Cabin on 2 Acres in Vermont

$45k Tiny Cabin on 2 Acres in Vermont

$45k Tiny Cabin on 2 Acres in Vermont

$45k Tiny Cabin on 2 Acres in Vermont

$45k Tiny Cabin on 2 Acres in Vermont

$45k Tiny Cabin on 2 Acres in Vermont

$45k Tiny Cabin on 2 Acres in Vermont

$45k Tiny Cabin on 2 Acres in Vermont

$45k Tiny Cabin on 2 Acres in Vermont

$45k Tiny Cabin on 2 Acres in Vermont

Photos via Estately

Highlights

  • Brookfield, VT
  • 2 acre lot
  • 1 bedroom
  • RV Carport
  • Shed
  • Listed at $45,000 (as of 6/29/17)

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Campers, Tiny Home builders and RV’ers take notice! Ultimate 2 +/- acre private escape in the quaint town of Brookfield, VT! Just south of the capital city of Montpelier Vermont, this lot is perfect for a solar run tiny home or yurt living.1

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  • Hudson June 30, 2017, 6:22 pm

    Agggh, an outdoor privy! But the land is beautiful.

  • Randy Sharp June 30, 2017, 7:23 pm

    Hey I’m going out that way next spring.

    There’s going to be a few more tiny houses as well.

  • Kelly Hobbs June 30, 2017, 8:26 pm

    Howard and Suzanne, I think you might be surprised at the number of folks who think sh-tting in their nest and their drinking water is not a good idea.

    • comet July 1, 2017, 12:09 am

      Seriously? Was that really called for?

      An outhouse is a perfectly reasonable tool for handling waste in that sort of situation. The waste composts and the outhouse is moved when full–often many years later. Some have concrete tanks; most are dug deep into naturally purifying soil.

      To put a plumbed bathroom in that sort of area would cost the earth. You would need a drilled or dug well with certain flow levels; permits; plumbing below our frost line; septic system; maybe a “dry well” for grey water. Pumps are not cheap and wells certainly are not. A well that can supply drinking and washing up water might not be able to handle toilets and showers. For summer useage this is fine; for some one who might need a closer bathroom in case of illness or really bad weather they can always use a campers bucket toilet and empty it into the outhouse.

      Lets not be rude to other posters here; this is not FB or The Hill!

  • Gabriella July 1, 2017, 7:10 am

    It is a context from the many glimpses, savage for this pleasant, from the pictures you can feel the fresh smell of untouched nature. Surely you can share romantically how escape from stress, because no, I , you and: ..” only three words, Sun, Heart, Love, give me a kiss that does not speak…” Is the phrase of an Italian song, from light but jovial romance, entitled: ” Solo Tre Parole” by Valeria Rossi (original video).

  • dana July 1, 2017, 9:27 pm

    i think the lack of amenities (running water, sewer, electricity or telephone service, natural gas) is reflected in the price…essentially the value of the land.
    from there, you might wish to budget for solar (if you can find a good spot), a roof for the outhouse, maybe even a solar air heater for winter (cabin and outhouse)…rainwater/snow harvesting….i might even spring for some insulation on the cottage.
    it is such a beautiful spot, it might be worthwhile.

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