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400 Sq. Ft. Tiny Cottage For Sale in Newland, NC

This is a 400 sq. ft. tiny cottage for sale in Newland, NC with an asking price of $59,900.

It’s in a community with recreational facilities, picnic areas, charcoal grills, hiking trailers, a river, and more.

You can live here full time or you can use it as a vacation home. Or you can use it to rent out and earn extra income with.

400 Sq. Ft. Tiny Cottage For Sale in Newland, NC


Images © Zillow/Knox Group Realtors/Bill Knox III













Images © Zillow/Knox Group Realtors/Bill Knox III

The tiny cottage’s location is 40 Fish Camp Cir, Newland, NC 28657. It’s a 400 sq. ft. tiny cottage for sale. Asking price is $59,900.

Learn more: http://www.zillow.com/homedetails/40-Fish-Camp-Cir-Newland-NC-28657/2132659885_zpid/

Original listing: http://www.usamls.net/highcountry/default.asp?content=expanded&mls_number=187363

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  • Avatar Cahow December 17, 2014, 8:17 pm

    Darling home! However, I’d be very hesitant about buying into a community of homes and finding out that I was surrounded by rentals! I’ve already been through that hot mess when we had our townhouse in Lincoln Park: long term home owners (some up to 37 years!) and then a couple of investors bought adjacent homes and rented them out for years. NO maintenance of their property; NO interest in getting to know the neighbors; NO money going back into the neighborhood…ugh, it truly brought our neighborhood DOWN! So, if I were interested in a place like this, I’d make darn sure that the HOA did NOT allow renters.

    But, cute home and nice use of 400 sq.ft. 😀

    • Avatar Ms Betty December 18, 2014, 12:40 pm

      Cahow~Thanks for the info cause this is one that I would have seriously considered buying.

      • Avatar Nila Ridings December 18, 2014, 12:50 pm

        Ms. Betty,

        I highly encourage you to learn all about HOAs in general before you think about purchasing any property regardless of it’s size. This also includes condos.

        Resources for truthful information comes from the following:
        neighborsatwar dot com, onthecommons dot net, Villa Appalling by Donie Vanitzian, HOA Warriors by Shelly Marshall, and Privatopia and Beyond Privatopia by Dr. Evan McKenzie. Any information you find on the internet by Dr. Gary Solomon will provide the insight to what the HOAs are doing to the homeowners and their health. He wrote HOA Syndrome.

        Please protect yourself. I would never want anyone to go through what I have been through since 2005. The best thing I can say if if there is an HOA RUN AWAY!

      • Avatar Cahow December 18, 2014, 1:17 pm

        I’m so glad that I could help, Ms. Betty! Yes, unless you’ve owned a home in ANY area and you are surrounded by renters, you don’t KNOW what kind of trouble is invited into your neighborhood! Weeds up to your arm pit on property, absentee owner who wouldn’t share contact info, renter’s who couldn’t give a hoot about property because they were “renting”…and mind you, the rent was $3,500/month!!! Yes, that is NOT a mis-print! Now, imagine living in a darling place like the one above, and an absentee owner rents monthly/weekly/nightly to stranger’s that are always coming and going…eyeballing YOUR property! Crack heads with junk yard dogs come to mind, especially if it’s a resort rental: what do they care? They go back to their hovel after they leave 48 PBR beer cans strewn around the property! No thanks: been there, done that, picked up THEIR trash!

        • Avatar Lisa E. December 18, 2014, 2:04 pm

          I moved into an area a decade ago with renters all around and want to move out again as fast as possible. It is a small town in the Deep South and the Department of Corrections uses it as a dumping grounds for all of those who are too much trouble for the for-profit prison system. I was almost attacked while walking my dog by a sexual predator the third year I lived here (before that I never locked my doors not realizing what was around me.) My German shepherd dog was murdered and his lifeless body thrown up on a neighbor’s lawn. My second GSD was attacked multiple times and slashed up with a box cutter; he lost the use of his hind legs and I had to put him down. My home has been burglarized and vandalized so many times I can’t get a number on it. The local police look the other way and tell me I’m “paranoid” meanwhile, the people doing this are well known to this police department as line-bred criminals that many of the police officers have grown up with, gone to school with, and arrested. If ever there was a reason for owning your own THOW (tiny house on wheels) this is it: If you don’t like your neighbors or your neighborhood, you can put the key in the ignition and move!

        • Avatar Cahow December 18, 2014, 2:48 pm

          Lisa: My heart goes out to you and the loss of your two beloved pets. I don’t think you are one bit paranoid since you and I both lived the horror of it!

          For reasons unknown to me, I became the “Neighborhood Go To Person” if other home owners saw things “a miss” on the rental properties. Mind you, each one of these homes sells for a minimum of $1.5 M. Late one night in Winter, I got a call from a neighbor down the street, telling me that while they were walking their dog, they heard “running water” coming from the home next to me. Sure enough, the idiot renters hadn’t paid their gas bill, the pipes froze and the ENTIRE BASEMENT had flooded!!! I had to call the Fire Department, who broke into the home and shut off the water and gas; when I was asked for a contact number for the owner, I just shrugged and said, “I’ve asked many times and she refuses to share it with me.” Her loss, not mine!

    • Avatar Nila Ridings December 18, 2014, 12:43 pm

      This is part of an HOA with dues of almost $200 per month. I would not take this place as a gift.

      Buying anything with an HOA, including condos means you are signing away your US Constitutional Rights, becoming business partners with your neighbors in a non-profit corporation, and making a personal guarantee on all loans, lawsuits, liabilities, settlements, debts, construction defects and disaster rebuilds.

      All across America people are losing their life’s savings and having their health and happiness destroyed by nightmare HOAs. No one HOA is exempt because they are all just one vote away from disaster. One vote puts a rogue board member in a position of massive power and the entire place goes down the drain.

      Keep in mind HOA rules can change like the weather. Today their may be a “no renters” rule but tomorrow that could be changed by board members.

      For those seeking more information that is providing the TRUTH about HOAs, please see neighborsatwar dot com or listen to the podcasts at onthecommons dot net These are experts that are sharing the TRUTH about HOAs, COAs, POAs, CIDs, whatever anybody wants to call them they are all the same thing.

      • Avatar Two Crows December 18, 2014, 12:55 pm

        Uh huh. I bought into one of those once [Florida is chock full of them.] And that’s exactly what happened. A terrible bunch of people got elected and they tore the community apart.

        I’m not sure if they ever did get rid of that bunch. I moved out and haven’t looked back though I do still have one friend who still lives there. We get together every so often but we do it AWAY from that toxic environment.

  • Avatar Liz December 18, 2014, 1:39 pm

    This is all one needs. Great little homes!!

  • Avatar Brian December 18, 2014, 2:11 pm

    Love the house but would be wary of advice listed above. Thankyou for sharing. Cheers from Australia

  • Avatar mk December 18, 2014, 2:52 pm

    Nice 400- sq. ft. This said….no land and 200.00 month HOA for no land? Price point way too high. People need to exercise caution with homes in the Tiny House scheme….some re-sellers or spec builders are charging more psf than in custom build on 1 1/2 acres. with no HOA.

  • Avatar Lisa E. December 18, 2014, 2:57 pm

    Cahow December 18, 2014, 2:48 pm

    “Lisa: My heart goes out to you and the loss of your two beloved pets. I don’t think you are one bit paranoid since you and I both lived the horror of it!”

    Thanks, Cahow. I appreciate the kind support. Another wonderful thing about the Tiny House Movement is the people. I think the THM has some of the best people in the world; kind, understanding, helpful, patient, committed, dedicated, hard working… If I ever get myself together the way I want to, I’m going to establish my own TH Village. How wonderful to have Nature and good people all around where you live!

    • Avatar Cahow December 18, 2014, 6:09 pm

      That’s my New Year’s Wish for you, Lisa. To realize your dream of creating a TH Village that replenishes the soul…and the pocketbook! All the best to you and I hope that you adopted another pet down the road. 😀

      • Avatar Lisa E. December 18, 2014, 8:24 pm

        Thanks so much, Cahow. It’s good friends like you in the Tiny House Movement that are my holiday treasures to keep. And if I get my THV, I’ll post it for everyone to come and visit.

        FYI: I did adopt another pet; a Chihuahua that has only one good eye. Her name is Suzy. No one else wanted her but we found each other and she is my best little buddy.

        Happiest of holidays to you and yours, Cahow. May the blessings of the season be with you. 😉

  • Avatar Charlie December 19, 2014, 4:37 am

    There are a total of 4 units for sale, two for $49,900. Beautiful stream but does it flood? My first house was next to a meandering little creek: Big Mistake. According to all the listings, these can be rented out although profits are usually higher with vacation rentals rather than residential rentals. I live in two condos (different cities) with HOAs and have survived without too much trouble. It’s no different that buying a house in a subdivision if you get bad neighbors; that’s part of life. Always research before buying and always talk to the neighbors. The last condo I bought I invited myself to a block party and met a lot of the residents. No rentals were allowed and I fit right into the general age bracket of empty nesters. Love it. I went through the rogue board president at the other condo and we survived him and he moved away after losing his position. HOAs are micro democracies and we all know how that works; look at our state, local and federal governments. Yes you do give up some of your “US Constitutional Rights” like parking your junker in the front yard on blocks or painting you house pink with purple polka dots, but read the HOA agreement before you purchase and you won’t be surprised. Most regulations are to protect the homeowners and many subdivisions have similar restraints not to mention zoning laws. I vacation every summer on the Outer Banks and a friend’s house which he rents most of the year. No horror stories from him or his neighbors about renters. That’s what insurance and refundable deposits are for. After all, life is a crapshoot.

  • Avatar Kathy December 23, 2014, 8:52 pm

    Jo Gray: you can’t buy an out house anymore in California for $50k. Anywhere. In a great vacation spot like this, in a tiny home community $60k seems about right frankly. remember this about tiny houses – although the floor space may be smaller, they have many of the same costs in the same amounts as a larger home — kitchen appliances, cabinets, utilities like water heaters and AC/furnaces, toilet(s) shower(s) tub(s) and so on. This one even has a lovely stone fireplace. I think it’s a bargain!

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