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16ft Tiny Cottage on Wheels by Free Range Homes


This is a 16ft tiny cottage on wheels built by Free Range Homes out of Eatonton, Georgia that’s for sale at Tiny Home Builders for $29,000.

This house was built as a model for our cottage line of homes and has been to a couple tiny house shows. Everything in the house is new and it comes loaded, ready to move in.1

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16ft Tiny Cottage For Sale by Free Range Homes for $29k

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Highlights

  • 16ft
  • Shiplap interior
  • Double loft
  • Custom cabinets
  • Tiled bathroom
  • Wood stove
  • Nature’s head toilet
  • Barn door to the bathroom
  • Built-in wardrobe
  • Fold down rear deck
  • Propane hot water heater
  • NOAH certified
  • $29,000

Resources

  1. https://www.tinyhomebuilders.com/tiny-house-marketplace/free-range-16ft-custom-cottage
  2. http://freerangehomes.com/

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Alex is a contributor and editor for TinyHouseTalk.com and the always free Tiny House Newsletter. He has a passion for exploring and sharing tiny homes (from yurts and RVs to tiny cabins and cottages) and inspiring simple living stories. We invite you to send in your story and tiny home photos too so we can re-share and inspire others towards a simple life too. Thank you!

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  • John Thompson February 9, 2018, 3:52 pm

    Well, Alex, you’ve finally monetized your site enough to drive people like me away. I’m not about to whitelist the site and allow ads. The nag screen comes up every time you click on a different link. I’ll be clicking off now.
    JT

    • DeadJim Zudovex February 10, 2018, 2:01 am

      I have mixed feelings on this one – on one hand it does take time to maintain this site and it is without a doubt the best tiny house blog i’ve been able to find (with a good amount of content added on a regular basis). Some would say alex, danielle and whomever else that spends their time adding content deserve some compensation for their efforts.
      Others might say if your doing it for the love of the movement why need to get payed?
      hey man if you can make a living (or supplement your income) doing something you love then whats wrong with that bro?
      dude you’re being a tool of capitalism…
      No man, i’m just trying to buy myself a sandwich and some purple drank.
      purple drank? whats purple drank?
      i dont even know, i guess its ghetto speak for drink – like grape kool-aid or something.
      Oh, ok. i guess that makes sense.

      well regardless of how you roll, ( i personally hate ads and annoying whitelist requests just like you) and even though you have stated that you are no longer visiting this site therefor i’m just randomly rambling to no one about nothing that any one reading this cares about….
      if the ad blocker you are using happens to be ublock origin then it has a picker tool (looks like an eyedropper) that lets you create blockers for individual elements like that annoying whitelist request. It does freeze up for a second while its getting rid of the popup and the following scripts but does make it feel a bit like a never-ending chess game where you’ve made alex use up another pawn. and Alex could just change the name of the element or implement a completely different notice next week and i’d have to click my mouse a few times again. Its a back and forth and i don’t fault him for trying to show me ads. Its not like i’m forced to come here and its not costing me anything but time (which obviously i have way too much of). But then again its also not in my nature to not try and figure a way to avoid advertising.

      Sorry Alex, if i ever get a chance i’ll get you some of that purple drank you keep asking about.

      • Alex February 12, 2018, 3:15 pm

        Thanks for the sense of humor and laugh Jim! But yeah unfortunately web hosting for a popular blog like this costs a lot so if you don’t block the ads it really helps a lot to pay the bills! I appreciate you guys so much and hope you understand. -Alex

  • Kathy February 9, 2018, 6:11 pm

    I love this little house! For its size I see virtually everything needed to live fairly comfortably, and lookin’ good too! I have seen less closet space for instance in 28’ models. And while I would personally prefer a Japanese soaking tub than a half barrel to shower in, eh, its doable. I love the fold up back porch, the french doors and all the windows. Great price too. Alex, if you are reading, you may know me as [email protected] (gone now) and a long time watcher of my FAVORITE blog. I take no offense at any reasonable advertising that it takes to keep your blog alive. I guess the other guy thinks you get something worth having for nothing! Don’t mind the haters Alex and staff – keep up the excellent work!

    • Alex February 12, 2018, 3:18 pm

      Hi Kathy thank you so much I appreciate that very much! -Alex

  • Carolyn Contois February 9, 2018, 6:12 pm

    Sorry Mr. Thompson…. but if the tiny house movement is going to succeed…and it needs to!!!!!, then the site gets big… and google finds you…
    I believe in this type of lifestyle… let’s tell everyone!!!

  • Bigfoot February 10, 2018, 8:56 am

    Alex, thanks for all your efforts in the tiny home sector. I’ve enjoyed so many posts, have learned a great deal of information, and have been exposed to both the commercial and private creativity that you have featured over the years. Sincerely appreciate it! Keep em coming and ———- Enjoy the day

    • Alex February 12, 2018, 3:16 pm

      Thanks Bigfoot! I appreciate that very much!

  • Diana February 10, 2018, 9:25 am

    This is a really cute house; But what do you use to cook? A hot plate?
    Just wondering..

    • James D. February 10, 2018, 3:41 pm

      Looks like it’s that camp/tent wood stove by the front…

      Though, there’s multiple outlets by the kitchen, so you can add a hotplate, electric oven, etc…. Also, might want to add a vent if you do any serious cooking…

      • Kathy February 12, 2018, 5:36 pm

        James I agree…in fact in so many ways NOT having a large space of your countertop lost in a permanent stove top, using one or two induction burners that can be put away, and a Breville type convection oven makes soo much sense in a SIXTEEN footer. Somewhere you have to give up something to squeeze what you need into a teeny tiny like this one. Its all in what you find necessary to your lifestyle. Me? I much rather have a place to put my clothing than a 30” stove. Therefore that closet excited my interest. So. Look around this tiny place…there’s places to add utility. A smaller rolling storage and countertop unit would add a lot, like a place to put a small Breville convection oven. An open or closed small pantry instead of just those little shelves on the side of the counter facing the living space would be great. I would also want to add a safety separator with open shelves on the bed side for jammies and stuff. All of these things are small, mostly DIY capable, but only spending $29K doesn’t come around too often with a house with this style and craftsmanship!!

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