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Barn Shed Converted to $15k Tiny Cabin


This is a 12ft by 32ft barn shed converted into a $15k tiny cabin that’s for sale out of Weston, West Virginia. It has a built-in porch, hardwood floors, ceramic tiled bathroom floors, full kitchen, two storage lofts, a ceiling fan, and approximately 384-square-feet of space inside.

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384-Square-Foot Barn Shed Converted to Tiny Cabin – Weston, West Virginia – $15k

Barn Shed Converted to 15k Tiny Cabin

Images via Shania84/Tiny Home Builders

Barn Shed Converted to $15k Tiny Cabin Interior

Barn Shed Converted to $15k Tiny Cabin Kitchen

Barn Shed Converted to $15k Tiny Cabin Ceiling

Barn Shed Converted to $15k Tiny Cabin Storage Loft

Barn Shed Converted to $15k Tiny Cabin Bedroom

Barn Shed Converted to $15k Tiny Cabin Bathroom 2

Barn Shed Converted to $15k Tiny Cabin Bathroom

Barn Shed Converted to $15k Tiny Cabin Floors

Barn Shed Converted to $15k Tiny Cabin Interior 2

Barn Shed Converted to $15k Tiny Cabin Interior 3

Barn Shed Converted to $15k Tiny Cabin Exterior

Barn Shed Converted to $15k Tiny Cabin on Blocks

Barn Shed Converted to $15k Tiny Cabin Side

Images via Shania84/Tiny Home Builders

Highlights

  • 12ft x 32ft
  • Approximately 384 sq. ft. not including lofts
  • Kitchen, living area, bedroom, bathroom, and storage lofts
  • Located in Weston, West Virginia
  • Must be moved to your location
  • $15,000
  • Built in 2016

Learn more: https://www.tinyhomebuilders.com/tiny-house-marketplace/cabin-style-tiny-house-with-covered

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  • D. Pedersen December 30, 2018, 4:33 am

    Does not look healthy – like a lot of fungus in the construction.

    • James D. December 30, 2018, 3:41 pm

      Mainly just low cost materials and looks like they tried some Shou Sugi Ban on the interior by the bed… So a lot of DIY work…

  • Karen Blackburn December 30, 2018, 1:04 pm

    Condensation would drop off that iron ceiling, can’t say that would appeal (been there, done that, never again) but I really like the built in bed that is a room in its own right. In times past there would have been a brick oven beneath that meant the bed was lovely and warm to sleep in over winters while curtains along the open side give privacy. Nice layout from what I could see but not with all that iron sheeting.

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