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Log Cabin Park Model Tiny House

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This is a log cabin park model tiny house for sale out of Rutherfordton, North Carolina via Tiny House Marketplace.

According to the listing, it’s a two-year-old Green River park model RV with 399-sq.-ft. of space. It features quartz counters, bronze fixtures, a mini-split system, keyless entry, a four-burner stove oven, a full-size refrigerator, a brand new sofa, dining table, and chairs, a daybed, and a trundle with a new mattress and honeycomb shades. The asking price is $63,000. Check it out and learn more below.

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399-sq.-ft. Log Cabin Park Model Tiny House RV For Sale in North Carolina

How do you like this sofa?

The cabin has a mini-split AC system.

A full-size kitchen.

Full-size bathroom, too.

The bedroom lives like a modern-day Thoreau cabin.

How do you like the wood walls?


  • Green River park model RV
  • 399-sq.-ft.
  • For sale
  • It was built in 2019
  • Two years old
  • Lightly used
  • Mini-split air conditioning
  • Keyless entry system
  • Full kitchen with four-burner stove and oven, full-size refrigerator, dishwasher, and hooks ups for a washer and dryer
  • Furnished with new sofa couch, dining table and chairs, and daybed with new mattress
  • $63,000
  • Rutherfordton, NC

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  • August 24, 2021, 1:55 pm

    I wonder if that price includes the dirt it’s setting on and if so, how much land?

    • James D.
      August 24, 2021, 2:04 pm

      Nope, listing states no land…

    • Mai
      August 25, 2021, 3:19 pm

      Put the address in search…It is on a house for sale….says in ad dwelling ADU….

  • Eric
    August 24, 2021, 7:16 pm

    I hate an abundance of wood walls and/or ceilings. But that’s a personal preference.

    Love the layout though.

    And what is the funny wooden thing on the wall at the foot of the bed?

    • James D.
      August 25, 2021, 1:20 am

      Typically, it’s the circuit breaker box… Code requirements can make it hard to place in a hidden area. So they usually figure ways to help blend it in and not stick out as much…

      • Eric
        August 25, 2021, 2:57 pm

        Of course… just never seen (noticed?) it before. Thanks for that James D.

        • John
          April 19, 2022, 2:39 pm

          In the bedroom the wall is showing it’s a panel that looks like a picture.
          It opens up and the panel box is there. I had one of those by Green River. Absolutely the best log cabin I ever owned. Sorry I sold it.

    • Mai
      August 25, 2021, 3:17 pm

      Fuse box….

  • Denise
    August 25, 2021, 7:47 pm

    Now THIS is what I have been missing for a long time…..the natural beauty of wood, undestroyed by paint…so warm and cozy!

  • sandy
    April 19, 2022, 2:08 am

    who is Mary Oliver? you have been quoting her for a week now.

  • Donna Rae
    April 20, 2022, 2:14 pm

    The floor plan is a good one and I can imagine myself living in this. The kitchen isn’t as big as I would like but it is more usable than many I have seen…it has a decent amount of counter space and the cabinets would hold what you need in a downsized home. I’m not gobsmacked but with a few changes, I could fall in love with it. The log cabin exterior is fun and I like it but I do have a problem with the interior. Maybe a bit too much wood but I could live with it if it was clear wood instead of knotty pine. All those knots make it way too busy. I have never been a fan though I know people who would cringe at my complaint! To each their own. If knotty pine was the only wood available, I would probably paint at least a few walls to give the eyes a place to rest from all that knotty activity. It’s all a matter of personal preference, of course! Overall, I would say this is a very good result and could serve many people very well! Add in my own furniture and belongings and it would be very homey. Bravo!

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