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Massachusetts Minim Tiny House For Sale

This is a Massachusetts Minim Tiny House that’s for sale in Andover, MA.

Completed at the beginning of 2015, this modern tiny house was built using the plans for the original Minim house. The Minim design contains a number of unique elements, including a roll-out bed & office in lieu of the traditional lofted bedroom, an extra 2 1/2 feet of width, an open “studio” feel and multiple banks of large windows. The house was built with high-quality finishes including high-grade cedar siding, professionally finished drywall, bamboo flooring, cherry kitchen cabinets and black walnut table and desk and has been well maintained over the past two years. The house is now ready for a new owner.

Don’t hesitate to reach out if you have questions, or would like to schedule a viewing. The house is currently situated in Massachusetts but can be shipped (at buyer’s expense) across state lines. ​

Find the price, details and a video below, along with a contact form for the seller. Enjoy!

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The home comes off the trailer if you want it to!

Beautiful kitchen cabinets on the back wall.

Taking a look at the office, closet and bathroom.

Lots of space inside this tiny home! The width really helps.

Pull your bed out at night, tuck it away during the day.

Lounge, hang out and enjoy your new home!

Sink, burners and large window for a great view.

Here’s the projector so you can enjoy awesome shows.

The projector pulls down over the windows.

Here’s your closet space covered with a handy curtain.

The shower stall is quite spacious in the bathroom!

Just in case you were worried about it not holding up in the weather!

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Video: Life on the Small Side


  • PRICE: $59,500
  • 2nd level office with built-in desk and ample closet space
  • 22′ x 11′ exterior dimensions. 210 square feet. More width than a traditional tiny house.
  • Space-saving roll-out bed, multi-function & movable table and pull-down projector screen.
  • Built with high-quality materials and workmanship.
  • Built on a trailer, allowing for flexibility of location. House can be removed from trailer and placed on a foundation
  • 14,000 GWVR dual-axle trailer
  • R-26 insulation in walls and R-40 in ceiling
  • 50 amp connection & 50′ electrical cable
  • Ramblewood 2 burner stovetop
  • DryFlush toilet (easily replaced w/ other options)
  • Air conditioner
  • Built-in sofa w/ storage
  • Built-in black walnut desk
  • Deep closet space
  • Cherry kitchen cabinets
  • Plumbed to run off hose or onboard water tank
  • Professionally plaster skimmed walls
  • Structural insulated panels (SIPs) construction
  • Tempered, double-paned Anderson windows
  • Williams propane heater
  • 28″ shower stall
  • Blackout shades
  • 40 gallon onboard water tank
  • Two built-in bookshelves
  • Under-counter fridge
  • Projector & pull-down screen
  • Marine-style configurable table
  • Exposed fastener metal roof
  • Bamboo flooring



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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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  • Jason
    June 8, 2017, 2:54 pm

    Looks nice, but so much money. I built my 800 sq ft “small home” and equipped with high end finishes for that price.

    • James D.
      June 8, 2017, 8:08 pm

      Yup, doing it yourself helps a lot on the budget…

    • Dave
      June 8, 2017, 10:35 pm

      Doing the labor yourself saves a lot of cash. But, for those that don’t have those skills, this isn’t a bad price. It’s much better built than a Park Model Trailer for about, or less than, the same price.

      • Natalie C. McKee
        June 9, 2017, 1:32 pm

        DIY is the way to go if you want to spend less 🙂

      • James D.
        June 9, 2017, 8:15 pm

        Dave, definitely… Especially, in terms of insulation…

        R-26 for the walls and R-40 for the roof are very high for such a small structure. You’d be looking at best half those values in a Park Model RV…

        Along with better coverage as SIPs offer continuous layer of insulation with none of the usual gaps for studs, etc. in the walls. So it’s more effective overall…

        Using plaster to professionally finish the walls and tempered double pane windows is also pretty high end things to do too…

        When it comes to windows, regular insulated Low-E windows can cost a couple hundred each but custom double to triple pane windows can go into the thousands each… But you can go from around a R-4 to 6 for a Low-E window to R-12.5 to R-20 for the high end windows… Which, for a house covered by lots of windows, can make a big difference in how well insulated the whole house is and whether you’ll have to deal with condensation issues around the windows or not…

  • Canyon Man
    June 8, 2017, 6:47 pm

    Very nice and doable for two who can get along.

    • Natalie C. McKee
      June 9, 2017, 1:31 pm

      I agree!

  • Sakka Lorraine
    July 8, 2017, 7:01 pm

    Love the look of your inspiring house. Is it possible to raise the area that is above the roll out bed? How much space is there in the study area? Also where will the washing machine be? I didn’t see one.

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