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344 sq. ft. Cabin on Skids in Newport, TN


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This 344 sq. ft. tiny house on skids is for sale in Newport, TN. It has to be moved from the current location but counts as a residence (not a tiny house) in Tennessee and has been built to the International Residential Code. While the cabin has two low-clearance lofts, the main floor bedroom features a closet.

The home also includes an L-shaped kitchen that flows seamlessly into the living room and a bathroom with a full-sized shower stall and residential toilet. You enter the home from a small covered porch into the mudroom area, where you can hang coats and put in a washer and dryer. It’s for sale for $69,500.

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First Floor Bedroom Tiny Home w/ Mudroom

The exterior of the cabin is a honey brown color.

The railing to the small porch has a fun design!

The L-shaped kitchen has a number of cabinets.

There’s space for an Air Fryer oven below the corner cabinet.

The two-basin sink has a fun stone backsplash.

Here’s the main living area.

There are two smaller lofts for storage, or kids’ sleeping.

The ceiling fan provides good airflow.

This is the main bedroom on the first floor.

It has a wooden accent wall.

This is the mudroom/utility space when you walk in.

You can put a washer/dryer here.

The bathroom has a residential toilet.

These little built-in shelves are great for toiletries.

The single-piece shower stall is full-sized.

There’s a closet off of the bedroom.

Here’s the closet door when closed.

One more look at the living room!

Details:

  • $69,500
  • Newport, TN
  • NEW Tiny Home for Sale. MUST BE MOVED FROM ITS CURRENT LOCATION.
  • 50 amp service plug. Water hose hook-up. 4″ drain for septic hookup.
  • Full bedroom with cedar-lined closet, full bathroom with standard toilet.
  • Washer/dryer hookup (110) and 19-gallon water heater with storage cubbies underneath.
  • Living room ceiling fan/light.
  • Wall heaters in living room and bedroom.
  • LED lighting.
  • Ample natural light.
  • Two carpeted lofts, one of which can be used for a sleeping area if an egress window were added.
  • Window framing is already in place.
  • Breaker box is approved by the State of Tennessee as a “residence”, not a tiny home.
  • Construction meets the requirements of the International Residential Code.
  • 2×6 ceiling and floor joists on 16″ center.
  • R-15 fiberglass insulation in walls.
  • R-30 fiberglass insulation in ceiling.
  • Reflectix insulation on underside of house, flooring insulation padding underneath water-resistant vinyl flooring planks.
  • Stainless steel sink, butcher block countertops, a two-burner induction stovetop, along with air fryer.
  • Ample cabinet storage space in kitchen and laundry room.
  • Tongue and Groove, reclaimed wood, bead board, and metal provide a warm welcoming interior atmosphere, with rock accents in the kitchen.
  • 8’x8′ covered front porch trimmed out with Bamboo railing and a metal roof.
  • Just across the mountain from Asheville, NC in Newport, TN. Can be moved on a rollback using a mule forklift. I used a company from NC to move the home to its current location. They said they charge approximately $4 per mile and will move it anywhere.
  • PM me for an appointment to come and see your new home!

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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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