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Broward Build 32′ Homestead Model for Sale, OH

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Here’s an absolutely gorgeous tiny house for sale in New Albany, Ohio, built by Broward Build. The 32′ Homestead Model features a ceiling covered in skylights to let in natural light.

Inside you’ll find a perfect living room with space for a standard couch, entertainment center and the cozy wood stove. You walk through to the galley kitchen with all new appliances, and then through to the bathroom with a flush toilet and tiled shower stall. The staircase takes you up to the loft bedroom, with even more windows and cubbies for storage.

The house is for sale at Tiny House Marketplace, and they’re asking $120,000. You can contact the seller here.

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So Many Skylights in The Homestead Model for Sale!

View from the front doors.

The living room has it’s own dedicated space.

Look at all those skylights!

The sleek kitchen with all new Samsung appliances.

In the bathroom you have a smart mirror!

Look at all the light in the loft bedroom.

The large front doors make a perfect entrance into the home.


  • $120,000
  • Homestead Model
  • 315 square foot tiny house
  • 32′ x 8.5′ Iron Eagle Trailer
  • Loft above the kitchen
  • Full-size 5’x8 bathroom
  • Utility closet
  • Large living room
  • Samsung washer, dryer, fridge, dishwasher, cooktop and stove
  • On demand hot water heater 13kw
  • Wood stove
  • Tons of Skylight
  • Contact Seller

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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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  • Bill Burgess
    August 18, 2020, 12:05 pm

    Or you could dump $500 to $15000 in a used Park Model RV and spent another $10000 in upgrades for the same amount of usful space but have the ability to do it six times. I don’t think here are many people left with more money than sense in this market, but what do I know people still smoke..Getting low income living space for less than $75 sqft is where builders need to be headed and go for volume as there are 40 million more potential customers there. The only real plus for THOW construction is the fact they aren’t building any more land(except about 100 acres coming out of volcanos) and very soon land will be something 190 Million citizens will not be able to afford.IMHO…

  • James D.
    August 18, 2020, 6:24 pm

    @Bill Burgess – We aren’t yet using all available land, even discounting protected land there’s a fair bit left for people to develop on but the problem is there’s usually a very high initial cost to developing new property and it can be a long time before it becomes integrated with the national system for getting goods, having shops, schools, etc. nearby…

    To put some perspective on it, out of 2.3 billion acres of land in the USA, only 66 million acres are considered developed lands. This amounts to 3 percent of the land area in the U.S., yet this small land base is home to 75 percent of the population…

    There’s still significant percentage of land that isn’t suitable for farming or preservation that can be developed to house far more people before we actually have to consider the borders of preservation, etc.

    Mind, a lot of the population has for the last few decades been moving into high density cities. While the housing market has actually not been keeping up with population growth for more than 4 decades and that has more to do with the lack of housing now than limits on available land.

    Though, there are limits for those who want to be off-grid and have land they can farm and be independent but for the cost effective, just need a home, there’s still enough for everyone… But as with most of our systemic problems, it’s the people themselves that get in the way of solutions.

    NIMBY’ism, bias stereotyping of other ways of life, HOA’s and other home owner created organizations that protect the status quo to sometimes extremes of intolerance, massively bloated and unnecessary bureaucracy, politics, and special interests…

    Add, how people are indoctrinated into ways of thinking of what they need, what minimum standards are okay from what are to be avoided at all cost, inability to be adaptive or consider even temporary compromises, lack of knowledge of how the system works and what options actually are available to them, focus on owning stuff as a means to an end instead of other more important things, treating homes as investments instead of homes, etc. and there’s little wonder why the world is the way it is now…

    While builders follow supply and demand economics, which means they cater to what their customers will actually buy from them… So long a people demand luxury, comfort, quality, etc. and think compromise is a 4 letter word then those who can afford it are going to be buying homes that cost more to fill that demand…

    Key thing to keep in mind is to break the cycle is to stop thinking that matters… If someone can and wants a more expensive home then that’s their choice… It’s only a problem if you make it a competition… People need to remember they each get a choice and those with similar goals just need to work together to achieve what they want and that others getting different things isn’t really an obstacle, especially if they’re the minority…

    Options like mass production are the way to reach the lowest costs and creating enough demand for that type of product, that will guarantee a minimum number of sales, is how you’ll get it… If there’s really a majority who want something, then there’s no reason why they can’t create the demand that will get the market to produce the desired supply… It’s just the trick of getting a real consensus and organizing the people to get the desired result but the power is ultimately in the people’s hands…

  • Alison
    August 18, 2020, 11:40 pm

    The skylights look really nice, but is there a way to block them if you want to, say, sleep late, or keep out the hot sun or a bright moon? Sure would be nice to lie in bed and gaze at the stars at night.

    • Natalie C. McKee
      August 19, 2020, 12:44 pm

      Good point! I know they make blinds for skylights but I’m not sure if they’re already installed in this one.

  • Marcia
    August 19, 2020, 12:47 pm

    not about tiny houses/homes but more about using up land. In my area, there are many empty houses and apartment buildings that could be refurbished and rented out to homeless or veterans. We even had an elementary school that was refurbished to apartments so the building didn’t go to waste, and single-family homes were built in the parking lot and surrounding land. I am sure they are costly but it is a step in a positive direction, I think.

    • Natalie C. McKee
      August 21, 2020, 2:14 pm

      Wow that’s a great idea!

  • William Gilman
    August 20, 2020, 12:35 pm

    O day.MeI think Bill Burgas has a great thought process. The problem to solving the appropriate housing problem belongs with people who need housing. All the parts are available to be put in place for those who want To get a roof over their head. I have been responsible for this process and recently developed a 200 home Community for people who went Tiny and love the lifestyle. I Am ready to help lead an army but need help recruiting them. If you are sincerely interested in working to solve this problem I will gladly share with you my exciting thoughts. I will fund these efforts. Email Me to start action today. WW Gilman

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