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Cozy Tiny House with Mudroom Porch

This is a 9′ x 32′ 2018 RAMT tiny house on wheels that’s for sale with an add-on screened-in porch/patio that can also act as a mudroom entry for the home.

It’s listed out of Greenville, North Carolina for $46,500 over at this Tiny House Marketplace listing. The tiny home features a total of 18 windows, a large kitchen, a living area, and a cozy bathroom.

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Cozy Tiny House with a Screened In Porch Mudroom Entry for $46,500


  • 9′ x 32′ RAMT tiny home built in 2018
  • 200-sq.-ft.
  • $46,500
  • Greenville, North Carolina
  • 18 total windows
  • Full bathroom
  • Large kitchen
  • Living area
  • Screened in add-on porch
  • Fujitsu ductless air conditioner

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  • Donna Rae
    January 31, 2023, 7:39 pm

    Since there were only photos of the exterior and the kitchen, I can only speak to those. Very nice! The wood exterior is beautiful and I love the clerestory windows. The screened patio is great and it inspires me to ask what happens to it when you want to move? Does it easily come apart? And the kitchen is very nice. Love the butcher block counters. It’s nice to see a tiny house with an actual oven! Enclosed upper cabinets are always a welcomed sight! Open shelves can be fun but we all know that it takes a lot of effort to keep kitchen stuff…like spices, misc. mugs/glasses, and mismatched dishes, that sort of things…organized enough to look nice so being able to close all that behind a door is nice. If the rest of it is as nice as what we can see in the photos, it must be a comfy, cozy place to spend time.

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