This is a lakefront tiny house with .31 acres in Grapeview, Washington.
According to Zillow, it’s on the NWMLS for $194,900 as I write this. The property gives you the ability to have outbuildings, multiple tiny homes or RVs, and you’re in a private community with a park and dock. What do you think? Learn more below!
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Tiny House Built in 2019 on .31 Acres in Grapeview, Washington… Lakefront!
A tiny home with lakefront property in Grapeview, Washington.
The tiny home features a kitchen, bath, mini-split air conditioning, sleeping lofts, stacking washer/dryer, and more…
Stainless steel refrigerator stored into the staircase.
Interior finished with wood. Staircase with handrail to the main loft.
But there’s also a main-floor bedroom accessible via sliding barn door.
The loft can be additional bedroom space, or storage.
What would you use the loft space for?
The bathroom with shower and composting toilet.
Full-size stacking washer and dryer.
Compact space-saving sink.
Additional structure on the property!
Can be used as a cozy office, bedroom, hobby room, or living space.
What would you use an extra little space like this for?
In this case, looks like a cozy hangout. Watch movies, play video games, or even get some work done on the computer or at the desk.
Located in Emerald Lake Private Community in Grapeview, Washington
- Grapeview, Washinton
- .31 acres
- Tiny home built in 2019
- 3 RV power hookups
- End road
- Private community
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For less money, I could buy a larger piece of land in Texas… build my own lake… build a large steel garage with part living quarters and part woodshop/workshop and have less money invested and more privacy… plus a larger living area on the ground floor and no loft or stairs to climb.
Size of living area depends on the size of the home, how it’s usage is optimized, and not the state it’s in… Not every building in Texas is big and without a loft…
That said, there are reasons why a lot of people are migrating to states like Texas but keep in mind that it wouldn’t be the same… Not the same climate zone, not the same weather, not the same wildlife, not the same plants and trees, not the same nature preserves, not the same access to resources, not the same local history and culture, not the same access to jobs, not the same access to natural resources, etc. There’s a long list of differences… Some of them may appeal to someone but others may not…
A home in Texas will pretty much never have to worry about snow vs homes in Washington state that do have to deal with that but people in Washington can have seasonal activities like going skiing, which isn’t an option in Texas…Again, among many other differences…
Besides, it’s impractical to expect everyone to just go to one place because then that place becomes over populated, costs skyrocket, resources get depleted, land becomes unobtainable, etc…
Reasons people live where they do and what they have to deal with there are based on multiple factors that’s really only relevant to where they are living and comparisons to other places only matter to people willing to move and live a different life but that’s not a option or what is necessary wanted by everyone… and as stated conditions for any one area can always change for better or worse and it’s not all going to be one sided or simple which is which…
I love this, especially the downstairs bedroom. And the extra building for living space would hold my grand piano quite nicely. Lofts for kids and grandkids, lots of yard for the flowers I love, and a lake for the kayak. But my husband’s not quite ready to retire yet.
When he does I hope you find the perfect spot!
Is it a legal tiny home?
Yes it’s in a community of sorts.