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Perch & Nest Tiny House in Acony Bell Tiny Home Community For Sale


This stunning 22′ tiny house built by Perch & Nest has been in the Acony Bell Tiny Home Community in North Carolina since 2022. It’s now for sale by the owner with the opportunity for you to take over the lease (around $700/month).

The home comes with tons of upgrades, including a mini wood stove, a stunning tiled bathroom, two skylights, and a single-drawer dishwasher. You can purchase it for $118,000.

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22′ Tiny House Loaded with Upgrades: $118K and Lot Lease Option

Lot rent costs about $700/month depending on the lot.

The interior has gorgeous white shiplap.

The living room space comfortably fits a small couch.

That little table is such a clever idea.

View from the living room.

Stunning butcher block countertops!

A flip-up table next to the woodstove.

A staircase, with railing, up to the loft bedroom.

The ceilings are all lovely pine.

Looking down from the loft.

Beautiful Shaker-style cabinets.

Look at all the awesome storage!

A two-burner cooktop for making meals.

Here’s the bathroom.

Just look at that stunning tilework!

More Shaker-style cabinets in the bathroom.

The wood stove has a heat-powered fan to circulate the heat.

There’s a larger shower stall.

The loft bedroom has a skylight for stargazing.

There’s a laundry station under the stairs.

Storage hooks give you a spot for jackets and hats.

Details:

  • $118,000
  • New in 2022!
  • RVIA certified.
  • This house has all the upgrades!!
  • Located in the desirable Aconybell Tiny Home Village in North Carolina
  • Along with this beautiful house comes a very desirable lot at Aconybell Tiny Home Village without the waitlist (manager approval required).
  • Cedar and maintenance-free steel siding
  • Wood floors
  • Canadian Cubic Mini wood burning stove
  • Ceramic tiled bathroom
  • Quartz counter all upgraded chrome plumbing fixtures
  • Tuzio built-in towel warmer
  • Fisher & Paykel single drawer dishwasher
  • Solid wood butcher block countertops
  • Large white fridge
  • Large white porcelain sink
  • Full oven with regular and convection baking with a built-in two-burner induction cooktop
  • Upgraded IKEA all-wood front cabinets
  • Washer/dryer combo.
  • On-demand water heater.
  • Custom-made cotton-lined linen Roman shades on all windows.
  • Two skylights, the one in the loft opens for sleeping underneath the stars.
  • This is a stick-built custom build, not a prefab tiny home.
  • I have installed a reverse energy recovery ventilator and rain gutters.
  • All the work is done, and you’ll have no transportation and setup costs.
  • The custom underpinning, a new porch, and stairs have been added.
  • These are high-cost items that can be timely to get completed, which are already done for you.
  • And as well, you’ll have a very spacious spot in the sought after community of Aconybell Village.
  • This house is designed for full-time living with an abundance of built-in storage.
  • RVIA Certified.
  • Featured on the cover and inside Tiny House Magazine Volume 10, issue 113.
  • You can also view it on Perch and Nest Website Virtual Tour, 2022 Roost 22.

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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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  • Marsha Cowan
    December 12, 2023, 2:28 pm

    Am I crazy or are lot prices going out the roof? I mean, its a tiny spot of land just big enough to comfortably sit a mobile home and includes no amenities usually. This place has 50 acres. On their map, it looks like about 66 homes right now at $700 per month makes $46,200 paid in per month!! That’s $554,000 per year. I realize it costs a lot of money to develop mountain land near Ashville, NC, and that the developers want to make a profit, too, but that’s a lot. We can talk about some tiny house builders making a killing off their prices, but this is the same. If the residents are paying for utilities, taxes, and insurance along with their monthly tiny house payment and then paying an additional$700 for the lot, then this is housing for only those with money. The owner only lets DIY builders in if they have had local electrical inspections and had certification by Bildsworth (how much does that cost?), or you can move in with a home contracted by a builder. If one is seeking to have a much more financially free life, this is not it as beautiful as the place is. You may as well buy or rent a house closer to work and town. You can at least save on gas money.

  • James D.
    December 14, 2023, 7:09 am

    “Am I crazy or are lot prices going out the roof?”

    Well, yes and no, costs are all going up because of the economy and the dropping value of money (we’re getting steadily closer to 20% less versus the value of money in 2020), but the lot prices have always varied depending on location, whether or not amenities and services are included, type of property, and local economy. It’s just not always easy to know what the lot rent is for at a glance.

    In this case, this is basically a resort community with a list of amenities and services, on top of the additional costs because of the mountain location, size and type of property, etc. So it’s not a property to expect a low rent…

    Besides, running a rental property isn’t free. There’s a list of ongoing costs involved and they can run into the multiple millions for a large property that is still being developed… 50 acres is not insignificant, such communities have to maintain far more than just the lots, like roads, landscaping, etc. and the more developed the property then the more they pay in property taxes, maintenance, etc. as well…

    Not to say all lot pricing is fair everywhere, lots of really overpriced places, but this one is actually pretty reasonable for what it is, a pretty nice resort like community in a high demand area, and the new reality of the economy we’re in right now …

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