This is a 400 sq. ft. tiny house for sale on .47 acres in Waynesville, North Carolina.
Inside you’ll find a living area, dinette, kitchen, bedroom, and bathroom. It’s a one-level floor plan so you don’t have to worry about climbing any ladders or staircases into a sleeping loft. Outside you’ll find a front covered porch and plenty of space for future projects. The asking price is $59,900. Please enjoy, learn more, and re-share below. Thank you!
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420 Sq. Ft. Park Model in NC with .47 Acres
Looking for a lifestyle change? Check out this adorable 400+ sq. ft. tiny house with efficient floor plan. Make this your summer nest or year round home. Equipped with LG ductless heat & air and built with sturdy hurricane resistant materials and 2 x 6 framing. Covered front porch. Easy minimalists living affords more time to enjoy nature, the great outdoors and life. Neighboring tiny house also available to be purchase together.
Learn more: http://www.realtor.com/realestateandhomes-detail/597-Rustic-Heights-Rd_Waynesville_NC_28785_M60574-44112
Are tiny houses legal in NC?
There is no definitive answer to this question as regulations regarding tiny houses vary from state to state as well as county to county. However, in general, it appears that North Carolina does allow for the construction and occupancy of tiny houses, provided that they meet certain code requirements. In North Carolina specifically, there are a few key things to keep in mind when considering the legality of tiny homes.
First, all tiny houses must be built to the International Residential Code (IRC), which sets minimum standards for things like fire safety, structural stability, and energy efficiency. The IRC is available online or through your local library.
Second, while there are no specific regulations regarding the size of a tiny house in North Carolina, most counties have a minimum square footage requirement for new construction. This can often mean that your tiny house must be at least 400 square feet in order to be considered legal, but this largely depends on the exact location.
Third, because tiny houses are typically built on trailers, you will need to obtain a certificate of title and registration for your home from the North Carolina Division of Motor Vehicles. Additionally, your tiny house must be inspected by a licensed engineer or architect to ensure that it meets all safety requirements.
Finally, it is important to note that even if your tiny house meets all of the above requirements, you may still need to obtain a special use permit from your local zoning board in order to legally occupy your home. Zoning regulations vary from town to town, so it is important to check with your local authorities before moving forward with any tiny house plans.
In summary, while there are no specific laws in North Carolina regulating the construction and occupancy of tiny houses, there are a few things to keep in mind when considering whether or not a tiny house is legal in North Carolina. So please be sure to research the requirements in your specific county, and obtain all necessary permits and inspections before moving forward with your plans.
How much does a tiny house cost in NC?
There is no definitive answer to this question as the cost of a tiny house varies depending on a number of factors, including the size and complexity of the design, the materials used, the location of the building, and even the current economic climate. However, in general, it is safe to say that a tiny house will cost significantly less than a traditional home.
If you are considering building a tiny house in North Carolina, there are a few things to keep in mind in order to get the most accurate estimate of your costs. First, be sure to have a detailed plan for your build, including everything from the size and layout of your home to the materials you will use. Second, consult with multiple contractors in order to get a variety of estimates. And finally, remember that the cost of your tiny house is an investment, and the cheaper option is not always the best option. Be sure to factor in things like the quality of materials and workmanship when making your final decision.
List of North Carolina Tiny House Communities
- Mills River, NC – Acony Bell Tiny House Village
- Mitchell County, NC – High Coves Eco-Village
- Flatrock, NC – Highland Lake Cove Eco-Village
- Asheville, NC – Earthaven Ecovillage
- Candler, NC – Sacred Mountain Sanctuary (as seen in this post)
- Lexington, NC – Coral Sands Point Recreational Village
- Flat Rock, NC – The Village at Flat Rock
- Mill Spring, NC – 4 THOW Spots, Appalachian Mountains
- Roost20 Tiny Farmhouse in North Carolina
- 1.15 Acre Lot In Tiny Home Friendly Gated Community in Mooresboro, North Carolina
- The Live Edge Tiny House Getaway in North Carolina Tiny House Village
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The only problem is, it looks like like a few feet away from some type huge industrial mining project or something…
Good house, poor placement…
Don’t know what you are looking at. The only picture showing anything is the fourth one that shows the other house that is available from the same seller. Aerial views on GoogleMaps show a few other houses (including a round one) and a whole lot of trees.
Actually, he’s right – I looked at that satellite view, and if you zoom out just a whisker, there’s a huge scar on the landscape just a bit over a thousand yards north and slightly west of the site. I can’t really tell what it is from just the one image, but it looks like some kind of open pit mine – certainly not what I would want close to MY little wooded retreat. Otherwise, they look like quite nice little houses – and the price seems fairly reasonable for something that includes close to half an acre of dirt.
Yep. Looks like a landfill. Not the end of the world, just know what you’re getting into. Personally, I’m bothered by the other house being so close as much as I am by the landfill. On the (big) plus side, I like the single-floor layout. And it seems reasonably close to Asheville, one of the best towns in NC if you ask me.
@Sandra Cieklinski ·
What you are seeing is NOT a double pane aluminium door but rather probably a flexible magnetic screen door on the inside. If you look closely you can see the white door frame on the inside with the “door” attached to the frame.
Am I able to get financing?