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Tiny House with a BASEMENT For Sale in Rockingham, VT!

This is a 256 sq. ft. tiny house on a 13,000 sq. ft. lot located in Rockingham, VT.

It is listed for sale on Estately for $85,000 as of 8/26/17.

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256 Sq. Ft. Little Sprout Tiny House For Sale in Vermont

256 Sq Ft Little Sprout Tiny House in Rockingham VT

Photos via Estately

256 Sq Ft Little Sprout Tiny House in Rockingham VT

256 Sq Ft Little Sprout Tiny House in Rockingham VT

256 Sq Ft Little Sprout Tiny House in Rockingham VT

256 Sq Ft Little Sprout Tiny House in Rockingham VT

256 Sq Ft Little Sprout Tiny House in Rockingham VT

256 Sq Ft Little Sprout Tiny House in Rockingham VT

256 Sq Ft Little Sprout Tiny House in Rockingham VT

256 Sq Ft Little Sprout Tiny House in Rockingham VT

256 Sq Ft Little Sprout Tiny House in Rockingham VT

Photos via Estately


  • Rockingham, VT
  • 13,000 sq. ft. lot
  • Micro house
  • 1 bedroom
  • 1 bathroom
  • 256 sq. ft.
  • Listed at $85,000 (as of 8/25/17)


This tiny home is in turnkey condition & boasts the following amenities: all new appliances, including washer & dryer, solid cherry cabinetry, granite countertops, & bamboo flooring – a compelling choice for many people that want to get away from having a large home & are searching for alternative housing, with low upkeep and energy efficient living.1


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  • Avatar Evening Iris August 26, 2017, 8:11 pm

    There is no mention of the land. How much land? This looks like a shed conversion in someone’s backyard. 85K is pretty steep. That’s two and a half THOWs.

    • Avatar James D. August 27, 2017, 12:43 am

      Evening Iris, seems the house is on a 13,068 sq ft lot… or just under a 3rd of a acre…

      I’d have to disagree that it looks like a shed conversion, however, as it’s built on a foundation, which includes a storage basement… So the structure extends into the ground, which wouldn’t be the case with a shed conversion.

      The house itself has bamboo flooring, new appliances including a washer/dryer combo, solid cherry cabinetry, granite counter tops, a first-floor bedroom, a twelve foot vaulted ceiling, and a good amount of closet space… Along with nearby restaurants, all services, shops, library, daily rail service to New York, & the local Current Bus line as selling points…

      They probably could have put in larger windows but there’s enough premium features and materials in there to see how they’re justifying the asking price…

      This was a project by a local start up by the name of BigEnough, LLC, with partner Holly Bartel, that’s trying to use the tiny house movement to re-vitalize the area by establishing a Tiny House neighborhood…

      Radican Construction of Mt. Holly built “The Little Sprout”, their name for this house, and the property is being offered through Barrett & Valley Real Estate… and it’s in Bellows Falls, Vermont… A short distance from the Connecticut river…

      Apparently they will have a open house on Monday, Sept. 4, from noon to 3 p.m. …

  • Avatar Van August 26, 2017, 8:51 pm

    Evening Iris, the land is 13,000 sq/ft
    It’s in the very first sentence under the heading of the post.

    • Avatar sc August 29, 2017, 1:15 pm

      That is about 130 by 100 ft. That’s not bad. you can have space for parking, gardening, and recreation if you plan it well.

  • Avatar Pam August 26, 2017, 11:45 pm

    Would like to see a picture (s) of the bathroom. Is there closet space? What type of heat, A/C, water heater? Too much left out of this post. It does look beautiful though!

    • Avatar James D. August 27, 2017, 1:04 am

      Pan, yes… Here’s a break down from a floor plan I found on it…

      Bathroom is in the back of the house on the left side from the entrance… 34″ x 92″ with, from left to right, shower, tiny house type rectangular wall mounted sink, and flush toilet.

      Kitchen is along the left side of the house…

      Living room is to the right of the entrance and it’s open concept with the kitchen… 92″ x 146″

      Bedroom is on the back right side of the house… 92″ x 92″

      and the closet is between the living room and bathroom, adjacent to the bedroom… 24″ x 68″…

      I didn’t see an AC but there’s an electric base board heater in the living room along the wall that separates the bedroom from the rest of the space, with a thermostat control above it near the side where the closet is located…

      There’s also a storage basement that is where the utility lines are run through and where the hot water tank is located… Ceiling appears a bit low down there but it’s the biggest room as it covers the entire perimeter of the house…

      • Avatar Pam August 27, 2017, 11:02 am

        James, thanks so much for answering! It fills in a lot of blanks for me. This is a very pretty “Tiny” for sure. I’m still on the fence about moving to the northeast with the rough winters, but contemplating!

      • Avatar Alex August 28, 2017, 12:26 pm

        Thanks for helping us with the extra info, James! Much appreciated.

  • Avatar Pat August 27, 2017, 5:23 pm

    Friends, I found the company website, which includes more pictures of the house (including the bathroom) and the floor plan! Here ya go:


    • Avatar Alex August 28, 2017, 12:25 pm

      Thanks, Pat!

  • Avatar Theo August 28, 2017, 11:48 pm

    That better be sealed up tight. Electric heat is expensive. You would’ve been better off with a small wood stove. I know that area of Vermont and it gets frigid.

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