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839 Sq. Ft. Virginia Cottage Remodel for Sale


Here’s an awesome opportunity to get a small house on land! This renovated cottage/bungalow is for sale in Village, Virginia, and has two bedrooms as well as an insulated outdoor shed and a patio covered with a copper roof.

The inside has been remodeled to the current owner’s taste, reflecting her Greek heritage with white walls and stunning blue trim. There’s a washer/dryer, a large kitchen featuring tile countertops, and one bathroom.

It’s on the market for $169,000. You can check out the Zillow listing here.

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Small Home with Land in Virginia For Sale: $169K

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One of the bedrooms, complete with a mini-split.

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Look at that stunning tile in the entryway!

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The kitchen has a full-sized refrigerator.

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No forgetting to switch the laundry in this house!

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Look at those beautiful tile countertops.

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Oodles and oodles of counterspace. (Love it!)

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More gorgeous star tiles.

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Sliding barn door in another bedroom.

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Bring your decor and make it home!

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Here’s a larger view of the open-concept living and kitchen area.

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The bathroom with a new hot water heater.

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A tiny cat door! Too cute.

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Lots of fenced-in outdoor space.

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Lovely covered patio.

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Plenty of privacy on this lot.

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A copper roof looks extra stylish.

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I could enjoy coffee in here!

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Zillow Listing:

Everything about this home is unique! Welcome to Village, This 2 bedroom -Potential 3, 1 bath home sits on the Richmond County / Northumberland County line. This smaller footprint home has plenty of kitchen cabinets, closet and storage space both inside and outside the home. Specialty ceramic tile and Laminate Riverwood flooring. Updated Electrical to include a Rinnai Hot water Heater and a fenced in backyard with an insulated wired Storage Shed, as well a lean to, Carport and Back Patio Cover all with copper roof! There is plenty of back yard space for gardening or any projects you may like. You must see to appreciate the effort put into this Gem.

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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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  • merryl
    December 31, 2020, 7:21 am

    Wow this is really nice.Job well done.

  • PMHTX
    December 31, 2020, 6:53 pm

    Very cute place but I think I’d opt for a slim apartment sized refrigerator or remove/replace the cabinets do it doesn’t partially obstruct the window. The tile countertops are lovely but if they’re real tiles they are a bear to keep clean due to the grout work and the glazing gets nicks or scratches that means they can become unsanitary.

    • Jane
      January 1, 2021, 2:50 am

      I like the tile, but thought the lower cabinets were not of a usable depth, no toekick either? Lots of great decorating ideas, esp the shower curtain drape in the bedroom, it’s graphic, filters the light, hides the view and won’t fade as they are usually synthetic. Great stained glass lamp collection, even the garden has one.

    • Natalie C. McKee
      January 1, 2021, 9:13 am

      I saw a woman once cover her tile counters with epxoy so it sealed the tiles and grout and kept yucky stuff out!

      • Eric
        January 10, 2021, 2:42 pm

        I’m in New Zealand and I had tiles in my kitchen and they were/are a pain the clean. 20 years down the track and I solved the problem. Used Formica with a tile pattern. Instant solution that solved years of grout cleaning.

        • James D.
          January 10, 2021, 7:33 pm

          There’s many options these days, makes it an avoidable issue…

          Besides various ways to put a seal coat over the grout, there’s also alternatives like there’s now a range of epoxy based grouts that are very durable and low maintenance… There’s faux tile products that can give the same look but is actually vinyl or other product that is much easier to maintain… There’s tiles that have click together system like you often see on flooring products that gives the look and uses actual tiles but avoids the use of grout and mortar… and, even if you do get stick with grouted tiles, there’s now easier ways to clean them, repair them, and plenty of products to seal them up and make them last a lot longer without constant maintenance.

  • e.a.f.
    February 4, 2021, 7:39 pm

    Great use of colour! Nice house. too bad its in Virginia, well some of us live in Canada, but the ideas the house provides are certainly worth a steal.

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