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Tiny 2-Story Country Cabin on 8.3 Acres For Sale in Kingsbury, TX

This is a 672 sq. ft. cabin on 8.3 acres in Kingsbury, TX.

It is listed for sale on Estately for $169,900.

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Tiny 2-Story Country Cabin on 8.3 Acres

2 Story Country Cabin with 8.3 Acres For Sale in Kingsbury TX

Photos via Estately

2 Story Country Cabin with 8.3 Acres For Sale in Kingsbury TX

2 Story Country Cabin with 8.3 Acres For Sale in Kingsbury TX

2 Story Country Cabin with 8.3 Acres For Sale in Kingsbury TX

2 Story Country Cabin with 8.3 Acres For Sale in Kingsbury TX

2 Story Country Cabin with 8.3 Acres For Sale in Kingsbury TX

2 Story Country Cabin with 8.3 Acres For Sale in Kingsbury TX

2 Story Country Cabin with 8.3 Acres For Sale in Kingsbury TX

2 Story Country Cabin with 8.3 Acres For Sale in Kingsbury TX

2 Story Country Cabin with 8.3 Acres For Sale in Kingsbury TX

2 Story Country Cabin with 8.3 Acres For Sale in Kingsbury TX

2 Story Country Cabin with 8.3 Acres For Sale in Kingsbury TX

2 Story Country Cabin with 8.3 Acres For Sale in Kingsbury TX

2 Story Country Cabin with 8.3 Acres For Sale in Kingsbury TX

2 Story Country Cabin with 8.3 Acres For Sale in Kingsbury TX

2 Story Country Cabin with 8.3 Acres For Sale in Kingsbury TX

2 Story Country Cabin with 8.3 Acres For Sale in Kingsbury TX

2 Story Country Cabin with 8.3 Acres For Sale in Kingsbury TX

2 Story Country Cabin with 8.3 Acres For Sale in Kingsbury TX

2 Story Country Cabin with 8.3 Acres For Sale in Kingsbury TX

2 Story Country Cabin with 8.3 Acres For Sale in Kingsbury TX

Photos via Estately

Highlights

  • Kingsbury, TX
  • 8.3 acres
  • 672 sq. ft. cabin
  • 1 bedroom
  • 1 bathroom
  • Loft
  • 2 horse stalls
  • Covered picnic area
  • Playground
  • Listed at $169,900 (as of 8/2/17)

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Multiple building sites on this Oak & Cedar Elm Tree filled 8.3 acre property. There is already a 672 s.f. cabin that has a bedroom, bath, living area, kitchenette and a loft. This property includes a 2 stall horse area that’s separated and already cross fenced, 3 car storage bays, an additional carport, covered picnic area, an additional workshop, deer stand all centered around the playground area.1

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  • jb August 2, 2017, 12:44 pm

    seriously over priced!

    • keepyourpower August 2, 2017, 2:41 pm

      I do not think so, when you add the acreage. I would love to live there..just no funds to do so.

    • James D. August 2, 2017, 3:29 pm

      jb, nope, it’s not overpriced but you’re free to try to get 8.3 acres of land and put all of what this comes with on it and see how much it’ll cost you… Good luck!

      • Marsha Cowan August 3, 2017, 8:32 am

        Totally agree, James. I thought the price was very reasonable for sll that beautiful land and trees and buildings. The house is very liveable. Love that mural in the living area.

  • jb August 2, 2017, 3:42 pm

    James D; did not intend to insult your place; I like it; but that said I have 10 acres in the finger lakes area of New York state; a 600 sq ft timber frame on a full foundation with two sheds, a 24x24pole barn. Everying is new new; I have 90K in it all of it. If I went to sell it, I do no think I would get as much as you are asking. Land in your area is cheaper than land here.

    • James D. August 2, 2017, 6:35 pm

      jb, it’s not my place and no insult… Just a clarification on what it actually costs and we are talking about more than just what you listed…

      There’s a functioning well, a septic system, and a bunch of infrastructure on this property as well… along with natural resources like a river that runs through the property seasonally…

      While you can compare to nearby properties that only has a single house and only a small lot of land that goes for over double what they’re asking for this property…

      Property values aren’t universal across the country and there’s a lot more to calculating costs that what a few pictures may show… So what you have isn’t directly comparable to places across the country…

      Especially, as there’s different types of land ownership… Like not all provide mineral rights, for example, along with other factors that can effect the price… Like whether the property is near certain things that can raise the cost… Like beach front property, being near vacation areas, etc.

      The site could also have historical significance not shown in the summary…

      Really, there’s properties selling into the millions in some parts of the country that’s smaller than this plot of land.

      So don’t just automatically assume it’s a rip off without doing some research on where it is located…

      • Marsha Cowan August 3, 2017, 8:36 am

        Exactly. Things cost more the further west you go. I can buy a good used car in NC for $3500. That same used car in AZ will cost me upwards of $6500. Same model, year, mileage. It just depends on where you live. So let’s compare this price with other Texas prices instead of New York prices, and if you do, it is a very good price for what you get.

  • Catpurrson117 August 2, 2017, 3:46 pm

    Too many steps. Couldn’t pay me to live in TX.

  • David Willis August 3, 2017, 12:08 am

    I want it! If I can sell my place in Colorado fast enough I have enough equity in my to buy it outright. It’s just what I dream of.

  • jb August 3, 2017, 8:49 am

    It sound nice JD. I have a stream through my land, probably 7 acres of old tree woods, a 1 acres garden, the rest is gass. I have septic, a water well,a solar/wind set up. Not back woods. I do have to appoligise however. I went to look at prices of land in your area on various web sites. Did not know land was that high anyplace in cnetral Texas. Your land costs are high for sure. raw land is less here in NY; I am 1 mile from lake Keuka; I allso did every last thing on my build my self,except pour the foundation. Shoped hard over 5 years for things too. It was a pain. Your place is nice> and I admit to being wrong on your asking price JD. No hard feelings!

    • James D. August 3, 2017, 12:56 pm

      jb, it’s not my place and again, no offense taken… I was just pointing out how the price actually compared to the area it is in…

      You’re not the first person to get sticker shock when looking at properties in other parts of the country… Like Marsha Cowan stated, the prices tend to rise substantially as you get to the west coast states…

      I remember a few months ago on this site that a 450 Sq Ft cottage was listed for I believe it was Seattle, WA area for $450,000! Just for the cottage and a lot barely bigger than it…

      So anyone looking for property in other parts of the country should be aware that the prices can be significantly different, even from one county to the next…

      Like they like to say in the real estate business… It’s location, location, location…

      Also, there’s other factors to consider like cost of living in the area, state taxes or lack there of, differences in local geology, whether the state has high regulations that may make your intended use of the land problematic or outright prohibited, etc. and not just what may be on the property to consider…

      Point being, there are many reasons why the prices can be very different for even similar kinds of properties when comparing them from different parts of the country… So just keep that in mind…

  • Malachi Muncy August 5, 2017, 11:56 pm

    PLEASE. I’ll give you a kidney. SERIOUSLY. I already live in a shed in the backyard of a place up near FT.Hood. I have a mortgage here with 20k equitty in it. I can’t stand living this close to the base anymore… I have friends in Kingsbury and lived in San Marcos near Seguin. Man I love it down there. I mean, I haven’t looked at this specific property. But… let me look at it then we’ll talk about my kidney or whatever else has to happen. I am a veteran and an artist. I want to develop it into a Disc golf course and Veteran artist residency/retreat space. http://tinyhousetalk.com/tiny-2-story-country-cabin-on-8-3-acres-for-sale-in-kingsbury-tx/

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