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626 Sq. Ft. Tiny Cabin with 3 Bedrooms

This is a 626 sq. ft. tiny cabin located in South Tahoe Lake, CA.


It is listed for sale on Estately for $279,000.

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Tiny Cabin with 3 Bedrooms in California (For Sale)

626 Sq Ft Tiny Cabin with 3 Bedrooms

Photos via Estately

626 Sq Ft Tiny Cabin with 3 Bedrooms

626 Sq Ft Tiny Cabin with 3 Bedrooms

626 Sq Ft Tiny Cabin with 3 Bedrooms

626 Sq Ft Tiny Cabin with 3 Bedrooms

626 Sq Ft Tiny Cabin with 3 Bedrooms

626 Sq Ft Tiny Cabin with 3 Bedrooms

626 Sq Ft Tiny Cabin with 3 Bedrooms

626 Sq Ft Tiny Cabin with 3 Bedrooms

626 Sq Ft Tiny Cabin with 3 Bedrooms


626 Sq Ft Tiny Cabin with 3 Bedrooms

626 Sq Ft Tiny Cabin with 3 Bedrooms

626 Sq Ft Tiny Cabin with 3 Bedrooms

626 Sq Ft Tiny Cabin with 3 Bedrooms

626 Sq Ft Tiny Cabin with 3 Bedrooms

626 Sq Ft Tiny Cabin with 3 Bedrooms

626 Sq Ft Tiny Cabin with 3 Bedrooms

626 Sq Ft Tiny Cabin with 3 Bedrooms

626 Sq Ft Tiny Cabin with 3 Bedrooms

Photos via Estately

Highlights

  • 626 sq. ft.
  • 12,955 sq. ft. lot
  • 3 bedrooms
  • 1 bathroom
  • South Lake Tahoe, CA
  • Built in 1947
  • Near Pacific Crest Trail
  • Listed at $279,000 (as of 8/3/17)

Quote

Enjoy outstanding views from your deck sitting on a secluded ridge, over-looking Christmas Valley and the Tahoe Basin. This forest service cabin is clean and tidy, with well kept antique appliances.1

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  • Nanny M August 3, 2017, 1:42 pm

    Very nice! Though not so tiny.

  • Elaine Sokol August 3, 2017, 1:59 pm

    Not very tiny. I love it. Out of my price range. Thank you for sharing. It is beautiful.

  • Slim Pickins August 3, 2017, 2:24 pm

    Are there possibly any plans available??

  • Sally Schrock August 3, 2017, 2:55 pm

    Oh. my. god!!! This is absolutely STUNNING. If I had the $$$ I’d snap it up without batting an eye. It’d be PERFECT for a vacation getaway!

  • Hudson August 3, 2017, 5:59 pm

    Wonder if this is not intended to be lived in year-round. With one wood stove to heat the house I bet those b/rooms can be cold. No A/C needed? (Never lived in CA.) Isn’t the view lovely?

  • Adina Hirschmann August 4, 2017, 1:42 am

    I saw a lot of bare wood beams with no insulation on the first floor. While the antique appliances evoke a sense of nostalgia, they are not very energy efficient, easy to clean or maintain, especially the manual-defrost refer. Wondering how much insulation is in the walls and vent pipes from the stove. I agree the view is sweeping. Looks nice from the outside.

    • Phatkhat August 4, 2017, 4:13 am

      We had an old fridge like that some years back. It’s from the 30s, from the looks of it. They used, of all things, sulfur dioxide for coolant. Actually, they are pretty energy efficient if the gaskets are in good shape. Also extremely quiet – you really can’t hear them running. But, yeah, the freezer is tiny, won’t keep ice cream frozen, and you have to defrost often. But they were a real step up from ice boxes in their day! I loved the one I had, and eventually moved and sold it to an antique dealer for keeping cold drinks in his shop.

      Wood stove is fine – look at all the woods around for firewood! It takes getting used to to cook on one, but we had one when I was a kid, and it worked. I do doubt it would heat the upstairs bedrooms. This looks to be a summer place.

  • Carol Perry August 4, 2017, 5:33 am

    This home is just gorgeous! I love everything about it! I love the old fashion appliances in the kitchen! I was surprised o see You could sleep five people in there. The woodwork throughout the home is gorgeous! Love the deck it is huge and seems to surround the home! This place is beautifuly done! The scenery is just gorgeous!🌹

  • Pam August 4, 2017, 9:57 am

    This reminds me of all the cabins of my childhood. The perfect retreat, the bedding the kitchen the comfortable living room. Thank you for sharing.

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