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Cozy 20×8 Tiny House with a Wood Stove


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Here’s a beautiful little gooseneck tiny house for sale in Oregon. At just 20 feet long, it manages to pack in all the major amenities including a sleeping loft, book nook loft, kitchen, bathroom, and living space. A storage staircase provides plenty of space for your things.

The cedar clapboards give it a cozy woodland feel on the outside, and indoors white shiplap and brown trim tie it all together. A wood stove adds to the ambiance. You can get it today for $95K OBO.

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Cedar Tiny House w/ Double Lofts & Storage Stairs

The gooseneck gives you a space for a hammock swing.

The book nook loft looks cozy!

Awesome little couch tucked in the corner.

The bathroom has a DIY composting toilet.

There’s a tiled shower stall with a rainfall shower head.

The bedroom loft has a couple windows.

Details:

  • Built in 2019
  • 225 sq. ft.
  • Beautifully crafted Tiny House
  • 20x8ft iron eagle trailer, 4ft tongue
  • 2 axles
  • Cedar exterior siding
  • Black walnut window trim and staircase
  • Double loft
  • Full bathroom
  • Full kitchen
  • Wood fire stove
  • Lots of storage
  • $95,000
  • Scott Mills, Oregon

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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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