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eVista Tiny House Available Now with $4,600 Discount!

This is a like-new eVista that’s just a few months old with some nice upgrades to make it a lovely compact home! Like all Vistas, this one has a studio-style layout with a queen bed at one end in front of a large picture window. This model has lots of shelving around the ceiling to give you maximum storage.

There’s a little kitchenette with an upgraded larger refrigerator and an induction cooktop on a butcher block countertop. The bathroom has a fiberglass full-sized shower and a residential toilet. Get it today for $50,660!

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Amazing Studio-Style Tiny Home for $50.6K!

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The queen-sized bed sits at one end of the tiny home.

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There’s a flip-up table in the middle just before the kitchenette.

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An induction cooktop sits under a range hood.

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There’s a closet for brooms and coats on the right.

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The bathroom includes a full-sized shower stall.

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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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  • Doreen
    October 13, 2023, 10:11 am

    I do love how the bed is set up, though I’m a little concerned that such a large window comes down to the level of the mattress. I think it’s a massive safety issue should anything come through the window but also what could happen if a particularly rough sleeper were to push against it.

    However, I am SO over the idea of shelves and zero upper cabinets in a kitchen, but moreso in a tiny home. There is practically zero storage in the kitchen. Yes, decorative dishes and little teapots and whatever look lovely on the shelves, but it looks messy and disorganized when you’ve got all your food, dishes, cookware, serveware, etc. up there because there’s no pantry. I honestly wouldn’t take a second look at this because of the lack of storage.

    • Vivian
      October 13, 2023, 1:36 pm

      I agree about the window. That, and the notion that unless you have a spot completely isolated from humanity, I’d be creeped out to have someone standing there, watching me, as I’m sleeping.

      I also agree about the storage. It all looks so clean and minimal… but I picture clothing piled in there, falling over the edges. Everything I’ve ever seen of people really living in TH is that open shelves look messy and detract from any design. Not to mention the added work if you plan to move the TH around.
      Yes, we can put shelves in, but why design and promote it for the lower common denominator?

      • James D.
        October 14, 2023, 1:25 am

        All the windows have blinds…

        While it’s a misconception that cabinets avoids needing to prepare for moves. It only means you don’t have to look at it but the issues with moving remain with the contents. If you don’t secure the contents then things like glasses breaking, contents becoming jumbled and spilling out, etc. all remain an issue with every move.

        Both shelves and cabinets have different pros and cons but shelves take up less space, make the space feel larger, can store larger items, and there are things people may want to display on purpose. While there’s ways to prepare shelves to deal with moving and cabinets are not the only option to avoid needing to put things away for a move.

        So issues with either cabinets or shelving can be dealt with and it really comes down to preference…

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