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Off Grid Tiny Cabin in Rhododendron, OR For Sale

This off grid tiny cabin for sale is located in a private forest near the Zig Zag River.

It was designed and built by an architect. There is no electric or running water inside the cabin and you use an outhouse to go to the bathroom.

There’s a sleeping loft in the cabin plus full rustic kitchen and a partially covered deck area. Please enjoy, learn more, and re-share below. Thank you.

Off Grid Tiny Cabin in Rhododendron, OR For Sale

Images © RMLS/Zillow

Off Grid Tiny Cabin in Rhododendron, OR For Sale

Off Grid Tiny Cabin in Rhododendron, OR For Sale

Images © RMLS/Zillow

Our big thanks to David Becken for sharing!

The lease fee for the lot that the cabin sits on is $1900 per year. Asking price for the cabin and rights to lease is $50,000.

Learn more: http://www.zillow.com/homedetails/0-Road-20e-LOT-11-Rhododendron-OR-97049/2101585311_zpid/

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  • Lake Lili July 29, 2015, 10:03 am

    Oh I am so in love… if only the Canadian dollar hadn’t sunk so low… this would suit me perfectly… lot of room for a quilting frame or floor loom…

  • Brandi July 30, 2015, 4:03 pm

    Love, Love, Love this one………I do wish that there was running water. I’m sure I could make use of the creek. Would be an amazing place to go and get recharged.

    I live in Oregon, where the heck is Rhododendron Oregon????

    Thank you for sharing it. How much land does it sit on?? Could it be purchased as a package?

    Is the creek year round?

    • Gigi July 30, 2016, 3:51 pm

      If you check a map, you’ll see that Rhododendron is east of Portland. Now that was easy, wasn’t it?

  • Brandi July 30, 2015, 4:07 pm

    I forgot…..is the a-frame building an outhouse and a shower?Even if one has to set up a camping type setup for a shower?
    I also see what I think is a little fridge, are there solar panels?
    I’m an old fashioned girl, would love to cook on the old fashioned wood cook stove.
    Again, thank you for sharing.

  • Canyon Man July 30, 2015, 10:27 pm

    Rhododendron is located between Portland and Government Camp on Highway 26. It sits on the lower slope of Mt. Hood. Usually not a lot of snow in that area anymore, during the winter. There is a fair amount of rain.
    I like this, feel someone will be very happy when they buy it.

  • Tom Zollinger August 3, 2015, 6:09 pm

    My email address is one word, all lowercase. FYI

    For you folks who are concerned about costs, save my email addy. I have a lot of timbered land that would enjoy hosting some tiny houses and micro cabins. Some kind of lease? In Appalachian E Kentucky, 4 miles from county seat. My driveway is my long dirt road which managed to grow some (strike that, a lot of) timber over the years between my visits. Driveway needs a bit of clearing after which my construction will begin. We can talk.


  • ROSEE July 30, 2016, 1:57 pm

    David: I have to say W-O-W! You really did a good job both outside and inside, too bad it’s not up here where I am. I also love the setting.
    Thanks for sharing.

  • ZACHARY E. MOHRMANN July 30, 2016, 2:19 pm

    Nice restoration on an old house…….!

  • cecelle July 30, 2016, 10:24 pm

    Love the design, but would add the ‘outhouse’ to house, can’t see myself tiptoeing outside in the forest in the middle of the night!
    eeee. Scary cat.

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