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350-Square-Feet Tiny House on a Foundation for $16,000


This is a 350-square-foot tiny house on a foundation that’s listed for $16,000 on Tiny Home Builders Marketplace in West Columbia, South Carolina.

The listing says the home was built in 2015. It features a covered porch, kitchen, dining area, bathroom, living area, main floor bedroom, a loft for storage, exposed beam ceilings, and more. It does not come with any land, so you would have to arrange to move it to your own location.

350-Square-Foot Tiny House on a Foundation For Sale in South Carolina For $16,000

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Tiny Home with 350 square feet. Kitchenette with large deep sink, refrigerator and open space for a dinette. Loft area for extra storage. Exposed beams throughout home. Features a full bathroom with shower and tub and sink. Beautiful cubes in bathroom to let in natural light. 1 bedroom separate from living space. New faux hardwood floors throughout home. Front porch for morning coffee. Features a tin roof for soothing rain storms. New water heater comes along with this home. It has to be moved and put on property. Perfect for single/couple or hunting property.

Learn more: https://www.tinyhomebuilders.com/tiny-house-marketplace/tiny-home-350-square-feet

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  • Avatar steven tinling
    December 19, 2018, 1:31 pm

    Some foundation! (Lack of). some kids could tip this off its blocks like a sleeping cow

    • Avatar James D.
      December 19, 2018, 10:08 pm

      No, look closer, the masonry units are only supporting the deck… But the house is on pillars/posts that go into the ground…

  • Avatar Saint Phlip
    December 20, 2018, 1:16 am

    Don’t think I’d want it. If you look in the bedroom at the leg on the bed, it has one of those plastic leg covers people put on to prevent creepy crawlies (usually roaches) from climbing up the bed lags to join you. If that’s the case, the place would require a complete fumigation- probably two- to be livable.

    • Avatar Jerry Dycus
      December 20, 2018, 2:38 pm

      Or they could be for more under bed storage maybe! Your explanation is just silly as wouldn’t work.

  • Avatar Karen Blackburn
    December 20, 2018, 4:21 am

    Bed also appears to use the wardrobe as a headboard implying a shortage of space in the room, would hate having to move the bed every time I wanted to get clothes out to wear. Saw the plastic thingy and thought it was one of those intended to raise the height of furniture for those who need higher pieces due to mobility problems. Good layout though and could easily be replicated. Identical to the design I have already drawn up for my own, when I can afford it.

  • Avatar Angela
    December 20, 2018, 2:43 pm

    Just a word of advice (unsolicited, I know, so take it or leave it): when selling a property, “staging” is everything. If I were you, I’d take down this listing, go into that property, remove all of the clutter so that everything looks streamlined and sleek, and clean, clean, clean!

  • Avatar Sparrow
    December 22, 2018, 11:34 am

    Decent bathroom, but otherwise, what a cluttered mess!

  • December 29, 2018, 5:36 pm

    Yea, the clutter is very distracting. It is so dark too.

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