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$35K Tiny House in Tennessee: 240-sq.-ft. Cabin on Skids


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Looking for an affordable tiny house? This tiny house — on skids — is only $35k! While yes, you’ll need to pay for transport, if you live anywhere near Johnson City, Tennessee (where it currently resides) it might be the perfect affordable housing option.

What I love most about this tiny home (besides the price) is the entryway with a mudroom and full walk-in closet! This allows a perfect spot for you to store shoes, jackets, hats, bags, and all those items that end up without a home. You’ll also find a loft bedroom, a full kitchen, and a bathroom. We suspect the dimensions of this 240-sq.-ft. tiny home are 24×10. What do you think?

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Lovely DIY Tiny Home on Skids For Sale in Johnson City, Tennessee

The exterior is sleek grey-blue with a sloped roof.

These are really cool stairs!

I love the mudroom/closet entryway! All tinies need this.

The kitchen has newer appliances and butcher block countertops.

There’s a small storage loft over the kitchen.

The bedroom loft is over the bathroom and mudroom area.

A lovely bowl sink elevates the bathroom space.

The walk-in shower stall is lined with tiles.

You can sit up in bed.

Details:

  • $35K
  • Johnson City, TN
  • 240 Sq foot tiny home
  • T&G walls
  • Composite wood floors throughout
  • Sloped metal roof for more headspace and large open area
  • Upgraded appliances
  • Stove and on demand water heater are propane
  • All lights are LED besides 1 vanity light in the bathroom
  • Mini split unit for heat and air!
  • Larger staircase with multiple different options for storage
  • Walk in closet with built-in shelves, with a storage loft opposing the loft bedroom.
  • Bedroom has plenty of space to still sit-up in bed.
  • The Tiny is not currently on a trailer but was built to easily go on one with a “sled” type foundation.
  • Inside wiring is residential to code and ran to a junction for a 50 amp camper plug.
  • All plumbing is Pex with a cutoff right underneath the floor.
  • It is currently plumbed to be connected to sewer but could easily be changed over to a “black tank.”

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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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  • Maria Kentala
    August 3, 2023, 6:25 am

    Why do so many builders put a window where the sink is? Why not above the toilet.

    • Alex
      August 3, 2023, 3:47 pm

      Hi Maria,

      That’s an interesting observation! The placement of windows in tiny houses, like in any home, can vary based on design preferences and practical considerations. Putting a window above the sink is a common choice because it serves several purposes:

      Natural Light: Having a window above the sink allows natural light to flood the kitchen area, making it a more pleasant and inviting space. It also reduces the need for artificial lighting during the day, which can be beneficial for energy efficiency in a tiny house.

      Aesthetics: Windows above the sink can add to the overall aesthetic appeal of the kitchen. They create a focal point and make the space feel more open and connected to the outdoors.

      Ventilation: Windows above the sink provide an opportunity for ventilation, especially when cooking or washing dishes. They can help remove cooking odors and prevent moisture buildup.

      View while doing dishes: A window right above your sink gives you something to look at outside while you’re busy washing any dishes by hand.

      As for placing a window above the toilet, it’s less common due to a few reasons:

      Privacy: Windows above the toilet might compromise privacy, especially in tiny houses where space is limited, and layout options can be constrained. Many people prefer to keep windows higher on the wall in the bathroom to maintain privacy. They may also opt for a frosted glass window in the bathroom to alleviate this concern.

      Wall Space: In tiny houses, every inch of space matters. Placing a window above the toilet could limit the available wall space for storage or other essential bathroom fixtures.

      However, every design choice is subjective, and some builders may opt for windows in different locations based on individual preferences or unique layouts. It’s essential to strike a balance between functionality, aesthetics, and practicality in tiny house design.

      If you have any specific ideas or preferences for window placement, feel free to discuss them with your builder or designer to create a custom tiny house that suits your needs perfectly.

      Thanks for your question, and we hope this explanation helps clarify at least some of the reasons behind the common window placements in tiny houses.

      Best regards,

      Alex

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