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Faux Stucco Tiny House For Sale

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Here’s the latest beautiful built by Cornerstone Tiny Homes in Oklahoma. The Guthrie is a 24-foot, traditional-style tiny home with a loft bedroom and galley kitchen. It has a fun exterior design with faux stucco!

The interior features corner bench seating with lots of storage and a back bathroom with a shower stall and residential toilet. There’s also space for a washer/dryer. It’s for sale right now for $89,500.

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24′ Tiny House on Wheels for $89.5K in Oklahoma

Beautiful modern farmhouse interior.

I love the warm color of the countertops.

The kitchen is bursting with storage.

Close-up of the beautiful wood grain.

A little mudroom cabinet when you enter.

Perfect location for your shoes.

Here’s the oven with a vent.

The living room has built-in storage couches.

Plenty of storage underneath here.

I love that this one slides out to be a coffee table.

The staircase is filled with even more storage.

A nice, sturdy railing goes up to the loft bedroom.

How cool is that pull-out vanity.

Washer-dryer unit.

Here’s he shower stall. I like the lights!

Up in the loft bedroom.

Little corner shelves for your phone and other knicknacks.

Beautiful view from the loft.

Do you like the faux stucco exterior?

Here’s the power area.

The exterior portion of the mini-split.


Named after the historic town of Guthrie, this 8′ x 24′ tiny home on wheels features a minimalistic but practical layout that is based on our original model home. With a light and airy interior that feels larger than the actual size, custom cabinetry, a loft designed for a queen sized bed, washer dryer combo, fully outfitted kitchen with a solid walnut countertop and bathroom with a 36×36″ shower and flush toilet, this home has all the necessities. Not only that, but this home weighs under 8000 pounds!

This home is available for a sale price of $89,500.

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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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  • Paul Larsen
    March 8, 2023, 7:16 am

    I do love the nice design of this tiny home! Love the exterior look and the simplicity and openess of the inside.

  • Marsha Cowan
    March 8, 2023, 2:48 pm

    Very nice! I love the living area and the pullout vanity shelves. It’s all very pretty.

  • Liz
    March 8, 2023, 3:08 pm

    I think that this TH had a ton of common sense built into it. Steps to loft are sized like a home; not skinny. The railing to the loft is sturdy looking and safe. No spiral staircase, no offset steps or ladder. The mini-split being outside is smart. This TH has actual cupboards and space saving countertops. Love the stucco. If the TH were to be moved, would the stucco crack and break off?

    • Paul Larsen
      March 8, 2023, 7:57 pm

      Liz , In the description , it was called faux stucco , which I think means imitation stucco . the faux stucco could come in panels similar to plywood. which could explain the boards at intervals covering up the joints. Real stucco is heavy like cement , so that would crack and break if the TH was moved. Actually I love the look of the faux stucco . makes for a nice clean exterior,

      • Liz
        March 8, 2023, 9:30 pm

        I would never have thought it was faux. An amazing replica and alternative to the heavy stucco exterior. We lived in the desert in AZ. Nearly every home is stucco and I loved the look!

      • James D.
        March 8, 2023, 9:46 pm

        There’s faux stucco panels but there’s also products you can apply yourself that go on similarly to how you would handle pre-mixed drywall mud and can even be sprayed on with a hopper for texturing effect but unlike drywall mud or actual stucco, it isn’t brittle and is more like a rubberish layer that’s quite durable.

        Builders like Incredible Tiny Homes often recommend it for finishing details for their Incred-I-Box, for example and have demonstrated the different ways it can be applied and the either smooth or textured look you can go for…

        Added benefit, unlike real stucco and other porous siding options, you don’t need to worry about the layers of water protection, air gap, etc, as the faux stucco isn’t porous and won’t absorb water like a sponge like real stucco would. You can basically treat it like a very thick layer of paint that you can texturize if you want. Along with not adding the weight real stucco would have as well.

        • Paul Larsen
          March 9, 2023, 12:15 pm

          Thank you James , a new to me product I was not aware of , buts sounds like a great product for a tiny house!

  • Natasha
    March 11, 2023, 10:43 pm

    What a really nice house. The inside is so warm and inviting!

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