The biggest struggle with tiny homes on wheels is finding a place to park them — this adorable bungalow solves that problem! Built on a foundation, this home has its own quaint fenced-in yard in Bremerton, WA.
It’s for sale for $270,000 — hardly inexpensive, but you get a great location and the house is impeccably kept. There’s a main living room area, a little galley kitchen, a separate bedroom, and a full bathroom. What do you think?
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One Bedroom 352 Sq. Ft. Home w/ Fenced-In Yard
A love seat, office and built-ins.
The little kitchen even has a dishwasher!
The built-ins give you a spot for books.
There’s even laundry in-unit.
A long row of hooks for your coats and bags.
The pass-through kitchen bar is great.
If you haven’t noticed yet, the house is Mickey Mouse-themed.
A nice window looks through to the backyard.
Another look at the main room.
If you removed the upper shelving you could put a stacking washer/dryer here.
Cozy little bedroom with plenty of shelving.
Perfect for one or two people.
Cute little bathroom.
Tiled shower stall with a bathtub.
Take a look at the yard.
There are multiple raised garden beds.
You could have a lovely kitchen garden out here.
The elevation also gives a nice view from the front door.
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Cute as a bug……or a Mouse’s ear LOL.
Thanks Kathy. I like what they did with it, too.
What is that little door under the house in the backyard? Storm cellar??
I think that used to be a basement window.
Initially thought the same but listing states there’s no basement. So either crawlspace or may be a service panel/chute, going back to 1946 it could be where coal or oil got delivered to heat the home and could be why there’s a vehicle logo above it…
Long time no hear. Still making sure we’re all on the straight and narrow I see.
You might be right, but who’s to say how the house was originally configured.
Thanks to both of you for your insight. I always learn something interesting from not only these listings, but the thoughtful comments too!
More than likely access to the crawl space. It would be cool to add a full basement to the house.
By American standards this maybe costly. By British Columbia, Canada standards, its a smoking hot deal. A
approx 440 sq. ft. condo, no parking will cost you approx. $400K. The lot with this little house is great! You can’t buy a lot for $275K in Greater Vancouver, B.C. or southern Vancouver Island.
A parking spot in a condo building will cost you $100K.
If I could purchase a house such as this for that price, I’d already be sitting in it. Its adorable. With the amount of land it has, you’re set for life. Its thought of everything.
These tiny houses on foundations are a great way to deal with the housing crisis we are seeing all over North America. What I really like about this home is it has seperate rooms.
Once upon a time you found homes this size in any number of cities in B.C. Saw one recently for sale, it was over a 100 yrs old and just adorable, with a great yard–price, $440K
The price of housing has become absolutely ridiculous.
This is a reflection of the current housing prices in Bremerton Washington.
Actually, this place is priced a little on the low side. Most houses (larger, multiple bdrms.) are priced around $350K-$500K or more.
Same holds true for nearby towns, too.