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707 Sq. Ft. Yurt on 1 Acre Lot in Hawaii For Sale

This is a 707 sq. ft. yurt on a 1 acre lot in Keaau, Hawaii for sale.

Inside you’ll find an open living area, kitchen, bathroom, and bedroom area.

Outside you’ll find a front and rear deck along with plenty of space to build another yurt or other type of home.

Asking price is currently $105,000 USD according to Zillow. Please enjoy, learn more, and re-share below. Thank you!

707 Sq. Ft. Yurt on 1 Acre Lot in Hawaii For Sale

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Learn more: http://www.zillow.com/homedetails/15-1933-10TH-Ave-Keaau-HI-96749/120851096_zpid/

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  • Liz October 15, 2015, 2:41 pm

    They must have a cat. Did you see all that toilet paper on the floor? Too funny!

    • BrownLuster October 16, 2015, 12:43 am

      Lol!!! I didn’t notice that at first because my eyes were crossed from all the interior criss cross beams and whatnot… but LOL @ the toilet paper waterfall Liz!! (^_^)

      • Randy October 16, 2015, 10:48 am

        I don’t drink but could you imagine coming home drunk and trying to lay down looking at all that and the ocean slapping in the background

        • BrownLuster October 16, 2015, 11:06 am

          Oh Randy…my eyes just uncrossed and recrossed again when you added the ocean slapping in the background to all that is going on w/those beams!! LMBO!!! Hahahha!

          I will say though, that this is a very spacious yurt and I really like the stairway/deck area on the exterior…but I just can’t uncross my eyes from looking at that interior spider web inspired beam reinforcements. Lol!

  • Susanne October 17, 2015, 8:49 pm

    $105,000 oh my god!!!!! For a yurt?!??!? Of course that is Hawaii prices! Here on the mainland it would be SO much cheaper, better than the wood tiny houses when looking for the cheapest home, and largest amount of square feet, plus the fastest and easiest to build. The floorplan can be much better than this one, however.

  • Glema October 19, 2015, 4:27 pm

    Is the land included in that price? If so then one could live in the yurt while they build a tiny house and wouldn’t need to look at the interior of the yurt any longer than it takes to build the THOW so it’s still portable but you have a great deck on your own land to come home to. :) just a thought! God bless and happy trails!

    • BrownLuster October 19, 2015, 4:36 pm

      That is a good suggestion Glema…provided there aren’t any ridulous zoning issues as is faced on the mainland. This tract of land looks secluded and already has the electric meter setup…I quite like the idea of building a nice modern THOW or Container or PreFab tiny/small home set up on this land and also have a small farm to harvest my food supply to boot!!

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