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$16k Amish-Built Tiny House


This is a $16k Amish-Built Tiny House.

It’s 26’6″ long and 12′ wide with floor joists 12″ on center.

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312 Sq. Ft. Amish-Built Tiny House for $16k

$16k Amish-Built Tiny House

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Tiny house. 26’6″ x 12′. Amish built. Floor joist 12″ on center 3/4 tung and grove decking. Built very strong. has 4 4×4 rails running full length. Fully insulated, heated and cooled. Has a full bathroom with stand up shower. Came from a RV park where it was used as a rental. New floors, counter tops paint and range oven. It looks new. Has mini fridge and hot water heater. 6×12 front porch, new kitchen sink and faucet. $16000.00 obo

Learn more: https://columbusga.craigslist.org/for/d/cottondale-tiny-house/6781614140.html

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  • Avatar Karen Blackburn

    Small, practical, liveable.

    • Avatar Susanne Boyd

      Yep, especially for a single person or a couple without kids. I could live in it easily!!

  • Avatar Angela

    I like it, too. It is very basic, but for a single person, it covers all the basic needs. I take it the unfurnished room in the first pictures would have to be a combo living area/bedroom, since I didn’t see another space. I guess over time, you could put in an apartment-size refrigerator (my daughter had a mini-fridge in college-wouldn’t work for me) and a tankless water heater to get rid of that monster sitting next to the toilet. I’d stick a stackable washer/dryer or a combo in there where that tank is now. I agree with Karen and Suzanne, very livable for a single or a couple without kids!

  • Avatar betty

    Great for a single person. Have to fix that bathroom though. Water heater is a no, no for me.

    • I agree. When I saw the water heater, my thought was, “What were they thinking?” I also somewhat agree with the first Facebook poster in that the interior is too simple. Maybe things would be different if pictures had been taken once someone took up residence in the structure. The pics in this post appear to be of a unit just/almost completed.

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