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Good Vibes Tiny Home for Sale: Just $25K!

Looking to get into tiny living but having a hard time finding affordable builds? This Good Vibes Tiny Home offers everything except plumbing, allowing you to customize the kitchen and bathroom to your tastes and budget. It’s for sale in Twin Lake, Michigan for $25,000.

There’s corrugated metal roofing, a living room with a built-in storage couch, and a funky staircase with a dressing platform that takes you up to the loft bedroom. Wood paneling covers the ceiling and walls, while the floors are water-resistant laminate.

You can contact the seller and make an offer over at Tiny House Marketplace here.

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18 Ft. DIY THOW Built By Carpenter For Sale

That staircase gives you a platform for dressing without crouching over.

There’s also storage under the steps.

The smaller loft is a good spot for storage.

With some reupholstering, this couch is a great spot to relax.

A ceiling fan keeps the air flowing.

The bedroom loft has snuggly carpet.

You can plumb the bathroom as you’d like.

A little deck would be an awesome addition to this THOW.


  • 18×8 dual axle Atwood Mobile Products heavy duty trailer
  • 8000 lbs gross weight.
  • Built in 2014 like a traditional home with a 2×4 frame and 2×8 floor joists
  • Built by a seasoned carpenter and his girlfriend.
  • 13′ 3″ exterior height.
  • Interior length is 17′ 3″ and the Width is 7′ 8″.
  • The height at the peak is 10′ 5″.
  • 50 Amp service panel and each area has its own circuit.
  • 3′ 8″ front loft
  • 10′ 8″ rear sleeping loft
  • A spirit loft is present before entering the sleeping loft. This allows you to stand fully and get dressed and undressed for bed without crawling around on your knees.
  • The height under the lofts is 6′ .5″
  • Cedar paneling on ceilings
  • Red Wood paneling with stained pin trim on walls
  • Laminate flooring
  • 8′ faux copper countertop
  • 3 cabinets open with shelving
  • No plumbing
  • Composting toilet
  • 7′ oversized couch
  • Storage under couch
  • Storage under staircase
  • Insulated with R15 in the ceiling and walls and R24 in the floor.
  • 10 vinyl windows and 2 entry doors.
  • Corrugated roofing and fresh paint. Asking 25,000 open to offers or Trade

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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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  • Marsha Cowan
    November 6, 2020, 1:59 pm

    This is the cutest little house! I love the exterior finish and the roofline, and the interior is very nicely done. I am going to be honest, though, and say that it needs some white paint. White walls and trim would make it look like a whole different and more spacious house. Leave the ceiling, floor, and stairs like they are (except get rid of the carpet on that one and put wood like the other stairs), and the kitchen counter is nice, too, but the kitchen cabinets need to be white like the walls. There is just something 1950ish about the current colors and stain combo, and colors have everything to do with how we perceive things and may hold back a potential buyer from seeing the “real” cuteness and appeal of this house. Yes, I am probably being too open here, but I am almost 70 now and have learned a lot about people and what makes them take a second look. As always, you can take it or leave it. I do like this house, though, and wish you the best on selling it.

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