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225 Sq. Ft. Tiny Cabin on 1.15 Acre Lot


This is a 225 sq. ft. tiny cabin on a 1.15 acre lot that’s for sale in Sagle, Idaho on Estately.

This charming, cozy cabin has big lake views and plenty of room on this 1.15 acre lot. Everything you need with power in place, gravity fed fresh water from 3000 gallon tanks, top quality Nature’s Head self composting toilet & on-demand hot water in cedar lined shower house.1

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Cozy Tiny Cabin on 1 Acre in Sagle, ID For Sale!

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Listing Summary

This charming, cozy cabin has big lake views and plenty of room on this 1.15 acre lot. Everything you need with power in place, gravity fed fresh water from 3000 gallon tanks, top quality Nature’s Head self composting toilet & on-demand hot water in cedar lined shower house. Comfy cozy 225 sq foot cabin with wood stove for heating. It was built with quality in mind and has roof extended to the back and both ends for sheltered outdoor living space. Enjoy the simple easy comfort of life by the lake. Add on or build bigger on level pad behind cabin if you need more space. Lot is compliant with a pre-approved permit for another 130 sq ft addition. Amazing views, privacy, 1/2 mile to Springy pt, short drive to Sandpoint & Schweitzer ski resort. High speed internet 70/mo & No CCRs.1

Highlights

  • 225 sq. ft.
  • 1 bed
  • 1 bath
  • 1.15 acre lot
  • Built in 2017
  • Pre-approved permit for 130 sq. ft. addition
  • Amazing views
  • Gravity fed fresh water from 3000 gallon tanks
  • On demand hot water
  • Nature’s Head composting toilet
  • Sagle, ID
  • $119,000

Resources

  1. https://www.estately.com/listings/info/3500-lakeshore-drive–1

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  • Lee Ann January 18, 2018, 5:11 pm

    They lost me at “…shower house.” I’d not mind the bath being separate in the Summer, though it’s not my ideal, even for vacationing. My guess is this place is meant to be used in warmer times of year, though the photos show snow. Beautiful cabin and property, though, truly.

    • James D. January 19, 2018, 12:40 am

      These are called dry cabins, they very common in off-grid locations and even places that get extremely cold like Alaska.

      The reason being unless you are living there full time and can keep the space constantly warm then the cold will eventually freeze any indoor plumbing and the frozen pipes will burst and cause massive damage.

      Remote locations also makes it hard to just call a plumber when something goes wrong…

      It’s also hard to ventilate in cold winters. So it’s easier to deal with moisture build up if most of the moisture is in a separate structure from where everyone sleeps… Thus avoiding wood rot, mold issues, condensation issues, etc.

      So these are designed with separate structures that have little to no plumbing and thus can be essentially winter proof and allow things like heating with wood stoves without worrying about keeping them constantly running in the winter and only heat what you need at any point in time.

  • Eric January 19, 2018, 6:23 pm

    My first thought was wow, that’s a helluva lot of wood for such a tiny cabin. Poorly insulated or incredibly cold where it rests its liddle foundations?

    • James D. January 20, 2018, 8:37 pm

      Hard to tell from just pictures and no description of construction specs.

      However, the good size wood stove in there should be more than enough to keep it toasty regardless, though… It may even make it too hot if you’re not careful…

      Mind that this is only a 225 sq ft cabin and most normal size wood stoves are made for larger spaces…

  • Tom Osterdock January 20, 2018, 5:37 am

    no thanks

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