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Red Cedar Shack Tiny House Built by Custom Woodworker

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This stunning Red Cedar Shack was built by a custom woodworker. He’s moving and doesn’t have a spot to put this gem of a tiny home, so it can be yours for just $60,000! It’s located in Powhatan, Virginia.

The awesome home has a full loft bedroom and a half-loft living area. There’s live edge wood all over the interior and even some reclaimed barn wood. The kitchen has a stovetop and convection oven, and you’ll find a 3/4 bathroom in the back of the house. What do you think?

  • Custom-built Red Cedar Shack is available for $60,000 in Capeway Road, Virginia.
  • Features include a rustic interior with live edge wood, flexible living spaces, and off-grid options.
  • Ideal for two adults seeking affordable and unique tiny home living.

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28′ Gooseneck Tiny Home with a Loft Living Room

A mini-split provides climate control and there are bike hooks!

The loft living room is at the top of three steps.

The gorgeous wood furniture is so cozy-looking.

Stunning live-edge counter tops in the kitchen.

There’s a removable cook top and a small convection oven.

A live-edge table for dinner time.

The loft bedroom shown fittng a queen bed.

An industrial-style metal shower stall.

There’s a composting toilet to make it off-grid-friendly.


  • Custom-built Red Cedar Shack is available for sale at $60,000.
  • Located in Powhatan, Virginia.
  • Spacious 28′ x 8′ tiny home on a 5th wheel trailer.
  • The interior features western cedar, eastern red cedar, and reclaimed barn wood.
  • Live edge wood is used for window trim, steps, countertops, and dining tables.
  • Built by a custom woodworker as a personal project.
  • Suitable for 2 adults to comfortably live in.
  • Wired for A/C electricity with a Carrier Mini split for climate control.
  • Efficient salamander hobbit wood stove for winter heating.
  • Flexible living room layout for customization.
  • Plumbing is designed for both off-grid and city water hookups.
  • Eccotemp 7-gallon hot water heater installed.
  • Air-head composting toilet in the bathroom.
  • Nine windows with screens and built-in blinds for privacy.

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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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