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Luxury Tiny House For Sale on 2.5 Acres near Asheville, NC

This is a tiny home created by Acorn Tiny Houses and Outdoor Spaces that you can purchase along with 2.5 acres of land.

Outside, you’ll notice a compact home enveloped in vertical grey siding with complimentary cream and barn red trim. The house features double lofts and plenty of windows, and the inside is fully customizable. Tiki torches line the stone and pebble walkway to the house which sits on a ledge surrounded by forest.

The fire pit and outdoor furniture extend the living area. Where will you sleep? A covered veranda houses a luxurious queen-sized bed so you can slumber beneath the trees. The nearby outdoor fireplace will keep you cozy on the cooler nights. The house and outdoor living area is powered by generators or solar power to keep you off-the-grid. Water is gravity-fed and self-contained.

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Luxury Tiny House For Sale on 2.5 Acres near Asheville, NC

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Video Tour of this Property

My name is Tim , I am from Acorn Tiny Houses and Outdoor Spaces !
We are located in Asheville NC

We are a luxury Tiny House and Outdoor space company

Our niche is if you don’t mind is our creative genius of bringing synergy and harmony to the Tiny Home with our outdoor spaces !!
Our outdoor spaces is just a extension to our homes …

Water features for calmness and beauty
Amazing stone work paths and patios
Hot tubs !
Out door bedrooms
Fire places
Fire pits
Out door tiki bar ( made from reclaimed door and Jack Daniels whiskey barrels )
Outdoor kitchen ( tiki theme )
LED night lighting looks amazing at night !!
much much more

All of this powered off the grid with generators or solar
Our Water has been design by (storage -self contained gravity fed )

on 2.5 acres

You can pick out your interior !!

All of this for $199,900

Please contact Tim@acorntinyhouses.com if you’re interested. Thanks!

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Natalie McKee is a contributing writer for Tiny House Talk and the Tiny House Newsletter. She is a coffee-loving wannabe homesteader who dreams of becoming self-sufficient in her own tiny home someday. Natalie currently resides in a tiny apartment with her husband, Casey, in Scotland.




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  • Darcy February 6, 2016, 11:27 am

    Yikes what a joke. Too bad, the house looks great from the outside but they did not show the interior. Who the heck wants to sleep outside with the bugs and spiders . And when the weather turns cold and the snow flys, do you rent a storage place to store all your outdoor furniture? Defeats the tiny living experience.

    • Steve February 6, 2016, 1:43 pm

      The bedroom outside is obviously for lounging when the weather is nice. Of course there’s going to be a bedroom space inside as well. And it’s outdoor furniture, so obviously, it’s built for the outdoors.

  • Amalie Lopez (Amy) February 6, 2016, 11:56 am

    Ooooh! Don’t think I could sleep in that kind of open bedroom! What would happen in the winter? Lovely, but not for me.

  • Michael February 6, 2016, 12:24 pm

    Outstanding… Not everyone interested in tiny houses is wanting a diy, $10k project. Nothing wrong with that but… There is room for other ideas as well.

    I’ve always thought about living in Asheville part of the year once I retire. For me, this featured home gives me some great ideas. It could be a base camp for friends and family to visit AND a great place to tackle on of those $10k diy homes that I could take on the road in the colder months to follow the sun!

    Generally, I try to look at each home in an optimistic manner. First, how wonder that the person has done something instead of just talking about it. Second, what can I borrow from their idea… To use or to make sure I don’t make that mistake. How great is it that people are so willing to share so much information. Lastly, to file those negative comments I might have in the trash. This person acted on a dream. Cudos to them!

    Personally, I want more info on this home and builder. And yes, there is the question about the interior. However, there was the statement about being able to customize the interior. I took that to mean that it wasn’t finished out.

    Tim… Great concept! Thanks for sharing.

    • Robert M Worth Jr February 6, 2016, 7:11 pm

      I’m 72 and moved to the area late August 2015 from Grand Rapids MI where I resided for nearly 40 years. Before that in mid-eastern Indiana and mid-western Ohio. I spent 4 years researching the area, length of its warm weather vs the cold of Michigan, cost of living, housing, and other considerations. I now live on top of a very high mountain in the area and extremely glad my research paid off. You couldn’t ask for anything better. I say this after being here nearly 1/2 a year and I know it will get better. My former apartment was 960 sq feet with 1.5 baths and 2 BR. I live in a prefab home which is less than 500 sq feet with 2.5 baths, 2 BR, and very large porch/deck.

      I too would like to see the interior of the home for comparison. I’d switch out the outdoor open-air bedroom for either a nice pool or hot tub under the Cabana. I’d keep the torches because they are just plain sexy and help to keep the bugs at bay. Now, if they have an idea how to contain all those leaves in the fall….

    • Lillie February 6, 2016, 7:46 pm

      Michael,
      You expressed the thoughts I had. I do not think they have finished the interior yet. This post shows what a difference landscaping can make to a home.

  • Adam chambers February 6, 2016, 12:34 pm

    Btw I think it’s pretty cool

  • Greg Straight Edge February 6, 2016, 12:45 pm

    I have lived in NC most of my life. I’ve never seen a 2″ spider here. I sleep outside quite often and have no issues with bugs. My tiny house is 20 minutes east of Asheville and I enjoy the outdoors year round. The downside to the property listed here is the price. I bought 5 acres for under $15,000 and have built my house for less than $10,000.

  • Eugene February 6, 2016, 1:00 pm

    Looks nice from the outside, like a great adults only resort. But what about the inside?

  • greg February 6, 2016, 1:08 pm

    I suspect that the majority of the ‘sleep outside’ objections are coming from people that have never given living outdoors a real try. As one who has experience at it, living in and with nature is incredibly empowering and invigorating. (And not near as buggy as you might expect!) Granted, in that area it’s not something that most would want to do all year round, but that’s what the tiny house is for. As for price, given the cost of the land, furniture, appliances, fence and stonework, water feature, water collection and storage, hot tub, not to mention the tiny home itself, it wasn’t any higher than I would expect.

    • Robert M Worth Jr February 6, 2016, 7:20 pm

      It’s over priced for the overall area. I’m thinking there must be a view or something that is driving up the profit margin.

      I live on top of one of the mountains in the county and housing generally is quite expensive for acreage with a view. Not too far from me is a house, for sale, with the view, on approximately 2.5 acres. However, whomever buys it will have a 360 degree view of mountains and be able to see a few state lines to the north, west, and south. The asking price is in the million dollar range. No, I’m not a Realtor.

    • Sandi B February 7, 2016, 12:36 am

      I have spent a lot of time in the great outdoors in many parts of the country, as well as Australia and New Zealand along with Mexico and Canada and it is every bit as buggy as one might imagine and just because you netting does not keep out the spiders or snakes, not even always the flying critters. I have to deal with black and brown widow spiders along with brown recluse ones — at least indoors you can effectively treat a space to keep them out — not so outdoors and I have had all I care to of creepy crawly’s — I certainly would not openly invite them into my bed thank you very much!

  • maria February 6, 2016, 1:12 pm

    For $ 199,000 you can build a custom TH, buy som land and sleep inside and still have money left over.

    • Sandi B February 6, 2016, 2:26 pm

      Yes, it is pricey perhaps as I do not know what land goes for in N.C. — but you are getting 2.5 acres and a lot of money has gone into the outdoor spaces — probably more than the cost of the THOW. It is beautiful and well done, but I agree I would have liked to see pictures of the inside of the THOW. I have to say, that after reading that N.C. has spiders that are 2 inches across, it is not a place I would want to live period — I have a major thing about spiders. If this were out here on the west coast somewhere I would be interested, but then, you can not buy an acre of land here for that amount let alone any amenities on it. LOL

      • Eric February 6, 2016, 3:04 pm

        I think it was a bit cruel of the commenter to mention that the spiders are 2 inches in diameter. I’ve heard that’s true, but only of the baby ones… lqtm

        • Sandi B February 6, 2016, 3:33 pm

          Hey Eric, thanks oh so very much!! LOL

      • Cheryl February 6, 2016, 5:27 pm

        I have lived in NC most of my life and have only seen a couple large spiders, the issue is the price, maybe due to increasing land prices near Asheville. Also the temp is moderate. If you go up to Boone, then yes, you’ll freeze.

        • Eric March 4, 2016, 3:38 am

          What? Are you serious? The spiders won’t live there because of the price? Oh those foolish arachnids… foolish, foolish… fool… lish! ; )

        • Robert M Worth Jr March 4, 2016, 9:50 pm

          Cheryl, go 25 miles west, on I-40, and up one of those mountains where the temps drop below zero. Not often but my electric bill for February $380 – it was very cold here in January and February. So cold, in fact, that one had to layer up to 4 just to stay warm in a well insulated home. Temp inside the home averaged 70 during the day and 60 at night. Even the cat got cold.

          With that said, the summers are longer than most areas to the north and west. About 9 months long so then the statement of the weather being moderate is true.

  • Kathi February 6, 2016, 1:26 pm

    I don’t think the inside is completely finished, as it says, “totally customizable” in the description above. More $$$. It is a lovely outdoor space, but I echo the concerns listed above. It’s a fun entertaining space, but I’d rather sleep indoors in the woods.

  • tim February 6, 2016, 1:38 pm

    Calm down everyone there two sleeping lofts in side , The outdoor bedroom has screen enclosure if needed and is just used for romantic wine nights next to the water feature , The client wanted a private romantic area off the outdoor kitchen ,,The insects are never a issue everything has a solution people ,,,smiles to all

  • Sandi B February 6, 2016, 2:31 pm

    OOOPS, I just read through the full description above and realize they did not show the interior because there really is not one at this point — they state you can pick out your interior, so that evidently is yet to be finished and may just cost more depending on what you pick out!

  • Eric February 6, 2016, 3:02 pm

    LOL Deadrock… epic.

  • D.Bloom February 6, 2016, 4:49 pm

    That price is crazy! Do you now what kind of land I could buy for that and build my own. Just crazy!

  • Adam chambers February 6, 2016, 5:48 pm

    I think deadrocks comment is sarcastic .. Normally this website only permits the tenderest of negative comments …. He , like me, probably posted a negative comment and now wonders why these “negative ” comments are not being censored as his probably were … ( And lo and behold deadrocks comments are gone …! ) I think that the policy allowing only positive comments is too strict … The movement is strong enough that it can a allow positive and negative discourse .

  • Adam chambers February 6, 2016, 5:49 pm

    ( And lo and behold deadrocks comments are gone …! ) I think that the policy allowing only positive comments is too strict … The movement is strong enough that it can a allow positive and negative discourse .

  • Sharon Knox February 6, 2016, 6:16 pm

    From a N.C. website:
    Rattlesnakes, coral snakes, copperheads, black widows, brown recluse spiders. They’re the dreadful creatures that frequent our nightmares or otherwise give us the heebie-jeebies. And rightfully so – their bites can be deadly. But if you heed caution by reducing the risk of luring these venomous critters to your house and yard, have a first-aid kit with the proper materials on hand, and know what to do if you are bitten, chances are you’ll never have to worry about serious consequences involving poisonous snakes and spiders. Deadly snakes found in the states about 7,000 poisonous snakebites are reported each year in the United States, according to the National Ag Safety Database, an arm of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).
    ———————————————————————————–
    I was at my son’s $700,ooo suburban home near Washington D.C. last summer, farther north than Asheville, N.C.
    and there was one copperhead in their garage and one outside the house at the foundation by the back door. What fun would it be to go hiking in the woods with venomous critters and poisonous plants?

  • Robert M Worth Jr February 6, 2016, 8:17 pm

    That’s why you wear leather boots up to your knees and gloves while hiking. Oh, and no shorts or T-shirts should ever be worn when hiking in the woods especially with evil plants growing near the trails or off trail hiking areas.

  • MareM February 6, 2016, 10:00 pm

    Now this is one that I wish was an Airbnb rental! I’d stay there in a flash. Love the landscaping and got some good ideas from the posting. Price and bugs aside :-), I look forward to seeing the interior in the next video. The exterior of the TH is very attractive.

  • bob February 11, 2016, 9:48 am

    tim’s obviously not from nc.

  • Connie March 27, 2016, 7:44 pm

    What about the bobcats bears and snakes?

  • Jeff Harwood June 17, 2016, 4:51 pm

    Amazing comments. Some factual,some border on paranoia or just plain ridiculous. I’ve lived on the mountain in Buncombe county my whole life. Yes you will freeze your bottom off between October and late March. The spiders are large and yes some two inches. They are timid (non poisonous) and easily run away. The wild life normally keep to themselves. You can sleep outdoors with 99 percent certainty that you will be nice and safe. Now, I am a Realtor and yes the 199K is way out of line. I’m currently working with investors who are going to AbnB out tiny homes. We may even sell a few.

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