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30-ft. Rainier Yurt For $13K in Vermont

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Yurts are my all-time favorite type of tiny house, and this pre-owned one is only $13K! The original 30-foot Rainier kit cost $32K, but it could be yours for more than 40% off. You’ll have to disassemble it from its current home in Brattleboro, Vermont.

The yurt sale includes the kitchen set-up, solar array, the wood stove, and 3 cords of wood. In other words, you could be fully set up to live off-grid for only $13K (assuming you have somewhere to put it). Be sure to get in touch with the seller on Facebook Marketplace if you’re interested!

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Off-Grid Yurt For Sale in Vermont for $13K

This is approximately 706 square feet inside.

The kitchen set-up, wood stove, and solar array is included.

The yurt kit alone was $32K when originally purchased.


  • 30 ft Rainier Yurt for Sale!
  • I am selling the yurt I have lived in the past few years, along with the off-grid set up to make it livable.
  • The yurt is currently set up in Marlboro, VT- buyer responsible for disassembling and moving to its new home!
  • The yurt is ~700 sq ft, with a 7’4″ wall height, 6 windows, and 2 doors.
  • Included in the sale:
  • Yurt: 30 ft Rainier yurt (initially 32k, about 10 years old). The yurt will need a minor repair between being disassembled and reassembled. A portion of the wall vinyl has come apart from the roof vinyl- can be mended with rubber cement that I’m happy to include
  • Platform (80%) insulated with 2 in thick foam board, a few more insulation boards to finish the rest of the platform
  • Deck, stairs, other deck frame pieces that can fit together to make more of a wrap around deck.
  • Kitchen set up: counter/cabinets, sink, propane stove/oven, water dispenser, 5 gallon jugs, 5 gallon buckets if wanted, pantry, shelves
  • Lopi Endeavor wood stove, hearthstone, and piping (piping worth ~$1000)
  • Jackery Explorer 1000 (less than a year old)
  • 200w solar set up (panels and cords) compatible with Jackery
  • ~3 (or more) cords seasoned firewood
  • Large gorilla cart

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Natalie C. McKee

Natalie C. McKee is a contributor for Tiny House Talk and the Tiny House Newsletter. She's a wife, and mama of three little kids. She and her family are homesteaders with sheep, goats, chickens, ducks and quail on their happy little acre.
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