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450 Sq. Ft. Tiny Castle Cabin

This is a 450 sq. ft. tiny castle cabin.

It’s currently for sale on 8 acres with an asking price of $39,900.

The cabin is located in Napoli, New York.

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Quality 2 bedroom off-the-grid cabin with a beautiful tower!The cabin also has a kitchen, small bathroom, and a wood stove with a brick-faced wall. The ceilings are knotty pine. The bedrooms are built inside the tower with lots of windows and amazing views!Enjoy the peace and quiet from your large decks on the front and back of the cabin. There is a well-kept outhouse just a few steps from the cabin.The land mainly consists of hardwoods with some marketable timer. There is driveway access from the road.Located just a few miles from Bucktooth State Forest.

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  • Debbie Johnson August 27, 2016, 10:59 am

    Love the price, not the location. But I am curious about the bathroom. It says 1 small bathroom, and I am hoping they are not talking about the outhouse, :).

    • Lannette August 27, 2016, 12:11 pm

      I’m also curious about the bathroom and kitchen given the fact that it’s off grid. What’s the problem with the location?

  • Tim in NC August 27, 2016, 4:10 pm

    Got a big grin from me seeing the outhouse … One question:
    Why are there always holes in the Outhouse screened door??

  • Trish Dee August 28, 2016, 2:57 pm

    I would find a place for a composting toilet inside away from the bears.

  • ROSEE August 28, 2016, 3:21 pm

    I love the area this house is on, but I found the inside so bare and empty, and what is the ladder going up to on the second or top floor?
    The whole house looks spooky! Sorry!

    • David Harriman August 30, 2016, 4:34 am

      Nothing wrong with “spooky”. I lived in a house for 20-years, where strange stuff happened all the time, doors opening and closing, hearing footsteps when no-one else is there &c; We just got used to it and accepted it as part of the house’s character.
      I like this little house though, and think it would be great at Christmas, with a cosy fire lit, and snow outside. ☺

      • ROSEE September 1, 2016, 10:14 pm

        Cool! Glad to hear that you & family accepted your “spooky” house and it’s tenants. Lived in a few of them myself. Much rather have a lived in “spooky” house than an empty one. It looks so lonely and friendless, don’t you think?

        • David Harriman September 2, 2016, 5:09 am

          Hi Rosee. I think you know within seconds that you’ve found the house you were looking for, when it just “feels right” as you walk in the door; call it character or chemistry or whatever, you just feel comfortable with it. The only reason we left our “spooky” house was when my two sisters and I married our respective partners and started our own families, so my parents downsized to a bungalow. I have not contacted the current owners to see if they have “experiences” there; maybe I should, because I do know a lot of the house’s history….

  • K August 29, 2016, 4:18 pm

    I’m not crazy about the octagons everywhere and 8-pointed stars…. I wouldn’t live in it even if it was free – NO thank you!!

  • Julie B August 31, 2016, 9:17 am

    Looks like it needs a new roof, new deck, and new carpet/flooring throughout. Idk why all you other people didn’t read thoroughly. It does say that there is a bathroom and ALSO an old outhouse….at least, that’s how I read it. I’m sure the bathroom and kitchen both need complete gut jobs, which would be difficult in the middle of nowhere. I do like the price and the land. Just wish it wasn’t in NY, lol.

    • Lannette September 1, 2016, 5:26 pm

      Actually I did read it but looking at the outside I don’t see room for a kitchen and bathroom AND it’s supposedly off grid. There aren’t enough pictures to really get an idea. I don’t believe it would be too difficult to remodel. Idk why you didn’t look at the listing. It shows a shallow piece of property with lots of frontage so deliveries would be possible, pluses you’re talking off grid so no electric, possibly no water, maybe propane. Doesn’t leave room for too major of an upgrade.

    • Deadrock September 14, 2016, 10:13 am

      Well, Julie, IDK why people don’t calm down and read the original listing on the realtor’s website if they want more thorough information. The site says there are 4 rooms in the house – 2 bedrooms, a kitchen, and…??? My guess is the last indoor room ISN’T a bathroom. There is one bathroom mentioned, and it seems to be outside. I’m betting the fourth room indoors is the living area.

    • john October 1, 2016, 7:18 pm

      I’m impressed you can tell it needs a new roof, new deck and new floor coverings from just looking at the photos! And that you’re sure the bathroom and the kitchen are complete gut jobs. Unfortunately that would put this property out of my price range. But you’d be a useful person to help me narrow down an appropriate house.

  • Julie B September 1, 2016, 7:42 pm

    When you try to upgrade in the middle of nowhere, it can get exceedingly costly in case you didn’t know. Things like electrical and plumbing you cannot do yourself for them to be up to code, plus you wouldn’t want to. Hiring people to come that far out is not easy and awfully expensive. Even bringing materials or having them delivered out there would also be an extra cost that you wouldn’t incur if you were in more of a suburban location. Lastly, the kitchen and bathroom are probably directly below the lofts, like many tiny houses where there’s a landing type loft that partially looks down onto the living room. If you thought logically you would understand these things and already realize them before your redundant post. You’re welcome for clearing this up. Tiny houses are designed to fit everything in a small space, which this is bigger than most tiny homes. For you to say there doesn’t appear to be much room, that is preposterous, my dear.

    An imagination is a powerful thing.

    • Lannette September 1, 2016, 8:43 pm

      Actually, I live quite remotely and have done 4 major remodel projects. The last two were easier because our area has grown. I never said it was cheap only that it can be done.

      Hope you’re feeling better soon. You seem overly cross and out out of sorts. I wish you no ill, have no desire to argue but also don’t feel that you have cause to treat everyone conversing in this thread – me included – like idiots. So kindly stop and go find a pillow to scream into.

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