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Tiny A-frame Cabin on .44 Acres For Sale in Arizona

This is a 560 sq. ft. tiny A-frame cabin in Show Low, Arizona.

It’s currently listed for sale on Estately for $110,000.

Looks like a good opportunity to live small with the stability of owning your own .44 acre parcel.

What do you think? Take a look and let me know in the comments!

Tiny A-frame Cabin For Sale in Arizona

Photos via Estately

Photos via Estately

Highlights

  • .44 acres
  • Built in 1975
  • 560 sq. ft.
  • 2 beds
  • 1 bath
  • Show Low, AZ

Listing Summary

Absolutely ADORABLE quaint A-frame cabin on a large .44 acre heavily treed parcel. TREMENDOUS pride of ownership with a large remodel in 2012 with new metal roof, new easy care siding and painted. New carpet and wood laminate flooring too! Plus All plumbing and wiring updated! Fridge is only 2 years old. This home is being sold ‘TURN-KEY’ everything stays – just bring your toothbrush! All new furniture as well when it was remodeled and it has barely been used since then. The entire home has T&G for the cabin feel. Two bedrooms upstairs! The LARGE deck out front is perfect for the quiet peaceful retreat you’ve been looking for. This cabin was designed to be a ‘summer’ cabin – so there is no heating system, but it would be easy to add wall heaters or wood / pellet stove.

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  • Beth Grant DeRoos June 1, 2017, 4:26 pm

    Only .44 acres at that price?? Good grief the area isn’t even a desirable area and A frames are poorly designed. Like this one.

    • Sam June 1, 2017, 5:33 pm

      I was thinking not way too expensive. My son just bought 15 acres of wooded lake front with a cabin for 45 thousand, so I figured this cabin with 44 acres was a bit overpriced — then I realized it is not 44 acres is .44 acres – geese how overly expensive!

      • James D. June 2, 2017, 4:30 am

        Thing about real estate, it’s location, location, location… Even a nearby county can have very different price ranges…

        Land costs vary across the country, as do the cost of building a house and to what standards…

        On one side of the extreme you could pay just a few thousand per acre but on the other side of the extreme there are properties in this country that go up to around a million per acre… Never mind the cost of the house…

        If you look at the other houses listed for the same area, none of them are lower priced, aside from just the land only deals, which are over $42K…

        While, if you look at the house property details… It looks like it’s basically a ranch cabin as it lists horses on its list of features… So you may be paying for more than just a fully furnished turnkey house that was renovated and updated last in 2012…

      • Dave June 3, 2017, 12:06 am

        I accidentally hit “report comment” while scrolling, sorry 😣 But, while I’m here, where can someone buy 15 acres in the USA for $44K, let alone wooded lake front? Definitely curious.

        • Beth Grant DeRoos June 3, 2017, 12:58 am

          Upper Michigan, rural areas of Wyoming, remote areas of Idaho, remote areas of New Mexico. Someone said even rural areas of Tennessee.

        • Sam June 4, 2017, 12:15 pm

          Stockton, MO

    • Bret June 1, 2017, 6:02 pm

      I live in that “isn’t desireable” area (and completely disagree after 25+ years in Phoenix), and that is a pretty average price for a house on that acreage. The only thing you can get here less than that is either a park model or a manufactured home.

  • John Thompson June 1, 2017, 4:49 pm

    It isn’t the job of this website to post problem-free units for sale. Just a reminder though that the THOW dream can become a nightmare if you don’t take time for due diligence. Zoning, water, internet, CCR’s, are all things that should be automatic.
    A more in-depth look says no-go to slow low. Several of what I see as necessary routes are not plowed in the winter. That 20 minute ride can be two hours if you make a bad choice.
    As to the unit. A-frame is perhaps the most wasteful building shape there is. Never a good use of space. You might as well get a yurt and get some value for your money.

  • Bj June 2, 2017, 12:32 am

    I would say too much also. If no heat then no insulation. Unless just for summer. Nice but keep looking .

  • Shawna W June 2, 2017, 12:52 pm

    I LOVE this cabin, they way it looks, the way it flows. I like that they didn’t do naked wood on the cabinets and did a granite (or whatever that is) counter, and I LOVE lots of natural wood, but it adds lightness and a touch of urban class and modernism to the look, I think. Didn’t know those negatives about A frames, good to know. And the area around the cabin looks lovely, especially for such a dry state! But that does seem a bit much for a tiny house on such a small amount of land in such an out of the way place. JMHO But this is still one of my all time favorites on here, area and house! 😀

    • Natalie C. McKee Natalie C. McKee June 5, 2017, 4:35 pm

      I think A frames are pretty fun, even if the headroom gets a bit iffy 🙂

  • Liz June 9, 2017, 1:02 pm

    Are you show you can’t sell this for a lower place? Get it? Show Low? Super little joint you got going there!!

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