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540 Sq. Ft. Modern Cabin in Asheville, NC (For Sale)

This is a 540 sq. ft. modern cabin in Asheville, North Carolina. It was originally built in 1950 and features two bedrooms and one bathroom. Please learn more and re-share below. Thanks!


Modern Cabin in Asheville, North Carolina

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Highlights

  • 540 sq. ft.
  • 2 beds
  • 1 bath
  • Built in 1950
  • 3920 sqft lot
  • Asheville, NC
  • $289,900

Listing Summary

You’re going to love this home! Cute, cute, cute 2/1 minutes from downtown. This home has tons of light and windows along with a gorgeous patio area. Off street parking, concrete floors, and a fabulous floor plan. This home will sell itself, come see!

Learn more: http://www.estately.com/listings/info/82-mount-clare-avenue

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  • Anthony Rich October 3, 2017, 2:45 pm

    Ridiculous, this is not a tiny house, for $289,000.00 It does is not a part of the tiny house concept, pathetic.

    • El October 3, 2017, 5:08 pm

      Not everyone wants to live in a tiny home – this site also showcases small homes. Price-wise, you have to look at the location.

    • James D. October 3, 2017, 7:37 pm

      El is correct, when it comes to real estate you’re not only paying for the house but the land it sits on as well as where it is located and what may be near it…

      Something like beach front property near a popular vacation area is going to cost you a order of magnitude more than the exact same house placed a couple of miles further inland and not conveniently near a popular vacation area…

      So unless you’re only purchasing the house and nothing else, then the general rule for judging real estate pricing is location, location, location!

      While going tiny isn’t suppose to be a competition to meet some minimum standard and misses the point of seeking the freedom to live your life under your own terms to achieve the life you want that’s more efficient and sustainable.

      A family of 8 isn’t going to live as efficient a life if you cram them into a space only meant for one person or vice versa… It’s really suppose to be appropriate housing and not do it this proprietary way or don’t bother…

      Thinking in terms of only conformity or exclusion is one of the root reasons why the existing housing market has failed so many people…

      So tiny or small, doesn’t really matter as much as whether the person(s) who lives in the house are actually living the life they want to have and doing so in the most efficient and sustainable way that allows that life…

      It doesn’t even matter if people do it in very different ways because in the end we’re all different and it’s only denying our diversity to think that there’s only one valid way to do it…

      • Anthony Rich October 3, 2017, 8:43 pm

        LOng Story, Quite boring actually, location meant nothing in 2007, and I am upside down in a mortgage, in the red for 340,000 because of the mortgage scam of 2008, bank of america , and our government,
        Cute place, but the price makes no sense. Nothing does anymore.

  • Gabriella October 3, 2017, 4:59 pm

    To live for satisfy the happiness…., but when?… you know that is nearby.

  • Lee Ann Rorex October 4, 2017, 11:11 am

    I live in Asheville. The housing prices are through the roof here. It’s a great little city but it’s a major issue here: the lack of affordable housing. I get that the market is “etc.” LOL. I still think it’s a shame how expensive even the smallest house is now. A 540 sq foot house should not cost $290,00 in any universe. Alas. This is the world we live in now. That said, it is a cute house.

  • Charlene Brownson October 4, 2017, 1:07 pm

    Aside from the price it self, the interior decoration was painfully and excruciatingly boring. I am all for minimizing and downsizing, but bringing some creativity to the decorating the inside of the house what have you been more attention paid to it.

  • Anthony Rich October 5, 2017, 12:12 am

    I actually like the inside very much, good job bringing the outdoors in, the island is ugly though, a Kitchen table would look better, personal preference thing.

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