One of our longtime readers, Marsha, has owned a number of tiny homes, including a bus! Most recently, she renovated an 8×8 shed on her son’s property and turned it into a lovely little home — but she is ready to start traveling again and wants to do some renovation work on her bus home and hit the road. So her shed is for sale!
The beautiful little home has a recently renovated kitchen area, and a twin bed that doubles as the couch. It will need to be transported via truck to a new home, and she’s asking $6,500. Check it out below!
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Awesome Tiny Home for $6.5K
Here’s the lovely kitchen space.
Corner cabinets are a great way to use space in a tiny home.
The fan keeps everything cool.
There’s a great little sink.
Some higher-up shelving is handy.
Nothing like twinkle lights to set the mood.
A little side table.
Cozy couch area.
Another look at the bedroom nook.
The double doors are nice.
Room under the bed for clothing storage.
There are windows here.
I like the little awning over the windows.
A nice tin roof.
What a great home!
8’x 8′ finished shed for sale. Must be moved. Moving shouldn’t cost much. Shed with all finishing and built-ins weighs approximately 2140 lbs. Shed floor joists are on two runners. It is fully insulated. It has no bathroom, must use composting toilet or camping potty. Has overhead ceiling fan, 3 windows, screen door and french door, porcelain sink in kitchen area, electricity supplied by 14 gauge port plugs, set up for RV water hose, set up for gray water drainage hose for sink. Cedar floors and trim inside. Interior walls are painted plywood. Exterior walls are LP (registered trademark) SilverTech siding. String lights throughout, and three USB chargeable lights in kitchen area that are portable. All attached cabinets go with house, 8″ memory foam mattress (kept in zip up plastic protector) goes with the house, storage units under the bed go with the house, rolling table goes with house, curtains and blinds go with house. Small electric radiator heater goes with the house.
All personal items do NOT go with house. Deck with stairs does Not go with the house. Cactus picture in kitchen does NOT go with house. You must put up your own plexiglass backsplash. Outside electrical cords do NOT go with the house. RV water hose and drainage hose do NOT go with the house. These are items for which you will need to measure distance, and mine may too long or too short.
House has awnings over door and windows. There is no AC, but could easily be added. I’ve never needed one, lots of breezes. It’s a great for a guest house, teenager retreat, office, or she shed.
Shed is located 20 minutes south of Thomasville.
Price is $6500, cash only. Texts only. I will not answer calls or emails. Must pay in cash only. Must give me 24 hours notice to move out before hauling!
- Buy this Tiny House (Craigslist Listing)
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- Marsha’s Bus Tiny House Remodel (Part 2)
Our big thanks to Marsha Cowan for sharing!🙏
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Thanks, Alex! I actually changed the price on Craigslist to $5500 to help offset the cost of hauling, but depending on how far you have to haul, it should not cost a lot.
Marsha, you are a hoot! I respect your energy and adventuresome spirit. And south of Thomasville? I nearly dropped my phone. I thought you were further west. Greensboro was home for the first half of my life; eastern part of the state for the next half. If you travel this way, I’d love to have coffee. Best wishes for this next adventure.
Thanks, Pat. Let’s do that coffee.
Supersmart use of space. Shows great re-use of a prebuilt shed for one person. Could easily add a small lean-to for a flusher and shower. West Ohio is a bit of a hike; still good ideas.