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784 Sq. Ft. Small Home with Garage in Olympia

This is a 784 sq. ft. small home with a garage located in Olympia, WA.

It is listed for sale on Zillow for $215,000.

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784 Sq. Ft. Small Home with Garage in Olympia

784 Sq. Ft. Small Home with Garage in Olympia

Photos via Zillow

784 Sq. Ft. Small Home with Garage in Olympia

784 Sq. Ft. Small Home with Garage in Olympia

784 Sq. Ft. Small Home with Garage in Olympia

784 Sq. Ft. Small Home with Garage in Olympia

784 Sq. Ft. Small Home with Garage in Olympia

784 Sq. Ft. Small Home with Garage in Olympia

784 Sq. Ft. Small Home with Garage in Olympia

784 Sq. Ft. Small Home with Garage in Olympia

784 Sq. Ft. Small Home with Garage in Olympia

784 Sq. Ft. Small Home with Garage in Olympia

784 Sq. Ft. Small Home with Garage in Olympia

784 Sq. Ft. Small Home with Garage in Olympia

784 Sq. Ft. Small Home with Garage in Olympia

784 Sq. Ft. Small Home with Garage in Olympia

784 Sq. Ft. Small Home with Garage in Olympia

784 Sq. Ft. Small Home with Garage in Olympia

Photos via Zillow

Highlights

  • Olympia, WA
  • 784 sq. ft.
  • 7,200 sq. ft. lot
  • 2 bedrooms
  • 1 bathroom
  • Built in 1985
  • Listed at $215,000 (as of 6/30/17)

Quote

Cute cottage in phenomenal Westside location. New cabinets, new flooring, new paint in and out new granite slab countertops new stainless steel appliances.1

Resources

  • https://www.zillow.com/homes/for_sale/house,condo,apartment_duplex,mobile,townhouse_type/49412558_zpid/217800-_lot/47.105887,-122.886457,47.044276,-123.003702_rect/12_zm/

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  • Silver Gypsy July 1, 2017, 6:36 pm

    Do you realize I could have 6.5 THOWs for what this place costs??? And then all of those property taxes and snow ploughing. Better to hook up the THOW and go south in winter and avoid all that.

    • Lara Concepcion July 1, 2017, 7:53 pm

      Hello Silver Gypsy!

      Just looking into this lifestyle! Where do you park it?

      Do you have one –and have you found parking for it?

      • Silver Gypsy July 2, 2017, 1:38 am

        Hi, Lara: I own property in Florida. I have a small vardo now (6 x 10) but I am planning on getting an 8.5 x 20 in the future. Please be sure to locate a place to park before you build or buy a THOW. We have listings here on the Tiny House blogs where people list land or offers to rent to Tiny Housers. It is really important you locate a place to park first. Many people have had to sell their THOWs because they built first and then couldn’t locate parking. The best is if you have family who will allow you to park on their land. But this is not always available. We are still fighting the battle of local governments not wanting to allow THOWs into their communities because they are guarding higher property prices for the income (taxes) they produce for those local governments (it’s all about the money). Hopefully, this is going to change as more people come into the Tiny House Community. For me, the best deal is to buy a piece of land that allows for such parking; I prefer outside of a town in a more rural setting. Many places have areas that are zoned for farming and barnyard animals and are not so fussy about what type of structure is on such land because people put up horse shelters and chicken coops and the like, so a trailer or a THOW is no big deal to them. This is what I like best. It is quiet, but you have access to town for supplies. Good luck and keep us posted on how you are coming along. People here are very good about trying to be helpful and give you information. 😀

        • Maria July 2, 2017, 6:28 am

          Where in Florida do you live? I’m in Melbourne. We have places where you can park a Tiny House. But of course you have to pay for a lot space. Mobile home Parks.

        • Silver Gypsy July 2, 2017, 6:53 am

          Hi, Maria: I live outside of Tampa. I don’t need a place to park, thanks. I own property here in Florida. But others may need a place, so you can list your property with Tiny House Listings and help out a fellow Tiny Houser with a place to live. 😀

  • Sherry. July 1, 2017, 7:25 pm

    Alex, I would like to say what a great job that you all do on getting the Information and putting it out here so that we can get the information correct Thank you. I am writing because I would like to see more information on your from yurts and RVs to tiny cabins and cottages
    and more on the lands for the tiny housing, and RV, because of the zoning Code it a little hard to fine. maybe I am looking in the wrong area. Thank you.

  • Lara July 1, 2017, 7:54 pm

    I may be interested in this house- anyway I could a floor plan — even something rough?

  • Christine YahnerDivadkar July 1, 2017, 9:30 pm

    I am looking for the refrigerator…for that much money I would expect more finesse…but for the market in WA this seems to be the norm. I cannot understand why market values…I guess it’s location, location, location.

    • Rick C July 3, 2017, 9:42 pm

      Fridge is probably to the left of the stove, but the house doesn’t come with one for whatever reason.

  • jerry July 3, 2017, 6:15 pm

    Sorry but pushing TH a bit too far. This is a normal 1960’s Florida, etc house size, etc.
    Nor was there anything else to recommend it, just a plain meh house.

    • jamie July 6, 2017, 7:07 am

      yeah; its a really nice house but its bigger than the house I rent now

  • Sondra July 6, 2017, 12:37 pm

    That house and lot here in so cal by the beach would be $400k and up, $215k is a steal and not all houses sell with frig’s just depends, most people own their own !

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