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850 Sq. Ft. Tiny A-frame Cabin in Lilliwaup


This is an 850 sq. ft. tiny A-frame cabin in Lilliwaup, Washington.

It’s a 2 bedroom, 1 bathroom home on an 8,276 sq. ft. lot that’s listed for sale for $174,900 over on Zillow.

What do you think about living small in a cabin like this?

Tiny A-frame Cabin in Lilliwaup For Sale!

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Photos via Zillow

Highlights

  • 850 sq. ft.
  • 2 beds
  • 1 bath
  • Built in 1973
  • 8,276 sq. ft. lot
  • Lilliwaup, WA
  • Views of Hood Canals
  • Colony Surf Neighborhood
  • Clubhouse, tennis courts, pool, fishing lake, boat launch, picnic area
  • $174,900

Learn more over at the Zillow listing here.

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  • Matt May 17, 2018, 7:15 am

    I’ve always loved A frames. I used to live in a city where there was a huge one on the way out of town and the entire front was glass. That’s was made me love them. I like the kitchen cabinets, the view is incredible, and I cannot tell if that is just a rug or carpet in the loft but I really like it. May be a little over-kill on the wood though, there is enough pattern to keep it interesting but I think I would have to paint the ceilings at least to break it up a bit.

  • Eric May 17, 2018, 8:59 pm

    I’ve always hated A frames… on the inside. All that wasted space from the angled walls. Never been in one that has addressed that issue.

    From the outside, yeah they look different, not objectionable to me. Other’s I know of have actually tried to have A frame houses torn down because it detracts from their squillion dollar houses. Council turned them down flat. Complies with building code so therefore it can stay. EOS!

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