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28 Ft Tiny in Oregon with Downstairs Bedroom For Sale

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This 266 square foot tiny house has all you need, including a downstairs bedroom with a door that’s completely private from the rest of the tiny house! It’s for sale for $37k in Oregon City, Oregon.

The home also features two lofts, one with a built in ladder and the other without one. The kitchen area has space for a refrigerator, and you could add an electric cooktop and possibly an oven after-the-fact. There’s plenty of room for a couch in the main area, and the bathroom includes a flush toilet and standing shower stall.

You can check out the photo tour below, and be sure to look at the full 3D Matterport tour here. To make an offer or ask questions, contact the seller, Hannah, at Tiny House Markeplace.

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266 THOW with First Floor Bedroom: $37K

A handy telescoping ladder provides access to the second loft.

The kitchen has a sink with a view.

This loft over the bathroom is perfect for storage.

Closet and hot water heater in the bathroom.

Shower stall with cedar siding around it.

Simple flush toilet and a window for ventilation.

Built-in ladder provides access to the second loft (used as an office).

A queen bed easily fits into the first floor bedroom.

3D tour: Click here to “walk around” the tiny home



  • Check out the 3D tour of the house here
  • Asking $37,000
  • Oregon City, Oregon
  • 28′ x 9.5′ / 266 square feet
  • Requires trip permit to move since it is wider than the legal 8.5′, because of this it is not RV certified either
  • 2 storage lofts – 1 with “stairs,” one without
  • Carpet in the lofts, but not professionally installed, just cut and laid out like an area rug.
  • Porch was built-on separately and easily removed. If you have a way to disassemble and transport the porch, you are welcome to have it
  • Main floor bedroom is a separate room with a pocket door and fits Queen bed (separate room w/ door)
  • Large bathroom with storage areas and 12-gallon electric water heater
  • Interior walls are pine and bathroom is cedar. Clear-coated.
  • Laminate flooring in main area + bedroom + vinyl in bathroom
  • Interior walls are 9.5-10′ high (sloped roofline)
  • Kitchen cabinets are 5′
  • Loft trim pieces are peel and stick wallpaper that could be removed and painted
  • I believe the electric panel is 125A
  • Triple axle 15k lb trailer
  • Fiber cement siding w/cedar
  • Built in 2018 by a professional builder, lived in since August 2018
  • Items/Furniture included: wall shelving, closet units in bedroom and bathroom, medicine cabinet, bathroom vanity, tall bathroom mirrored cabinet, telescoping ladder for 2nd loft, metal queen bed frame, water heater, bedroom tv mount. Willing to discuss including other items

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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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  • Philippa Alderton
    September 15, 2020, 10:55 am

    Is it still there, and safe? Those wildfires are awfully close to Oregon City:

    • Natalie C. McKee
      September 15, 2020, 1:44 pm

      I hope so! From what I know it is, but you’d have to ask the seller to be sure.

  • Sheila
    September 15, 2020, 7:49 pm

    Very nice. Hope he sells it. Be safe. We have 32 fires up here and we cannot see the Sierra mountains that surround us. That is how bad the smoke is. Not in a threatening situation. We will be fine. Not fun at all.

    • Natalie C. McKee
      September 16, 2020, 1:05 pm

      So sorry to hear that, but I’m glad you’re safe!

  • Tammy
    September 18, 2020, 8:56 am

    Sorry but this one needs just a little bit more storage. I like the interior layout but feel as is it is just so cluttered and it has no furniture maybe the at might help, with storage under sofe, and bed. Good luck with fires and all.

  • Lantz
    September 18, 2020, 8:57 pm

    A nice looking build, but that baby is going to be one heavy move. Concrete siding is heavy and brittle. Hope the move doesn’t pop the nails, similar to sheetrock when moved.

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