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Her $34K Tiny House (In A Community)


When Ashley lost her job, renting her 1,300-square-foot home didn’t make sense anymore. She knew she wanted to own something, but didn’t know where she wanted to put down roots. “What if I had a house that could move?” she asked herself. And that’s how she ended up with a $34.5K tiny house on wheels!

Her budget buy was rather empty and uninteresting when she purchased it — so much so that instead of feeling overjoyed when she first walked in, she felt a bit scared. But now that she’s had time to decorate and build it out — including a “catio” for her three cats — she absolutely loves her little home. Enjoy the tour!

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DIY “Catio” & Amazing Side Porch in Acony Bell Village

Her covered porch nearly doubles the square footage of the home.

She built the “catio” under the overhang of her tiny house.

She has plenty of room to sit up in her bed.

VIDEO: Cat Lady’s Dream Tiny w/ cat walk & catio! Only $34k!

Highlights:

  • Ashley lives in the Acony Bell Tiny Home Community in North Carolina, and was able to add on a porch and a small storage shed for her extras!
  • She built a catio under the overhang of her loft for her cats. They have access via a cat door in her kitchen window.
  • She works primarily from home, and added a desk to the house so she has a comfortable office.
  • In her loft, there’s plenty of space for her to sit up, and she loves to read up there or watch shows on her computer.
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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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