This is a Roost18 Tiny House by Perch and Nest, and it’s for sale.
It’s an 18-ft. long, 8.5-ft. wide, and 13.5-ft. tall tiny house with an approximate 10k lb. tow weight. Asking price? $65,000. Learn more below!
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18-ft. Tiny House by Perch & Nest
- Built in 2017
- Perch & Nest Roost18
- Sleeps 2-4
- 18′ long, 8.5′ wide, 13.5′ tall
- Approximate 10k lb tow weight
- Cedar tongue and groove siding
- Aluminum clad windows
- Operable skylight
- Dutch entry door
- Sheep wool insulation
- Zero VOC flooring and paint
- IKEA cabinetry and concrete counter
- RV LP Range
- Apartment-size refrigerator
- Kimberly wood stove
- Barn style bath door
- Signature soaking tub
- Composting toilet
- Washer/dryer combo
- Fold-out sofa/bed with vented storage
- Stairway with storage
- 16-gallon freshwater tank with pump
- Window shades, IKEA mattress, wall crates included
- Coat rack, bath towel rack, tire covers, wall heater, and window AC unit also included
- Parked in Duck, West Virginia
- Asking price: $65,000
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These submissions are getting beyond unrealistic. Give us a break…..$65k. Oh, yes, that little bale of hay as an outside prop was costly. It is getting so that I don’t even click on these overpriced, rubber stamp mini-boxes. Some of them are an insult to our common sense. Normally, if I feel this way, I don’t comment, but in this situation, feel compelled. Brenda
I understand the feeling, especially these days with rising costs impacting the economy and other problems we’re facing, but it all still depends what it includes and how it was built. Like that steel Kimberly wood stove cost nearly $4K by itself, and over $5K once you have it installed. Choices like types of windows can vary in costs from a few hundred to over $10K before considering the cost of the rest of the structure… So it has to be understood that certain choices will cost more, but you can always make different choices to get the price down, it’s just a question of what trade offs you’re willing to deal with to get there…
Houses are just no different than any other product you would buy, price will vary depending on the details. So look at these more for designs and ideas but don’t think you have to do it at the same cost unless you’re dead set on having it or something exactly like it. While like any other market, feel free to shop around because there’s builders that cater to different tastes as well as different price ranges, with literally hundreds to choose from across the country…
I second James’ comments. Many of the tiny houses we see online are excessive in one way or another, but I get ideas from them. Often I learn what *not* to do. But even an overpriced house might have a good floor plan, an appealing color scheme, or some clever storage ideas. I especially like it when there’s an interview with the current homeowners where they tell us what works, and what they wish they could change. But if I were looking for a house to buy at a reasonable price, I can see that it would be easy to get discouraged.
Here’s a question about the tub-shower arrangement seen in this and many other houses: isn’t it awkward trying to shower surrounded by shower curtains that have to drape into a free-standing tub? If you’re making do with a low-budget, I can understand. But why would you do that on purpose in a fancy place like this one? The deep soaking tub might be nice, but showers would be a nuisance.
At the time this was built, 2017, the Horse Trough conversions to Bathtubs was trending… Mind, it fits the farm theme of the place. Like the Antique cheese grater they turned into a tower holder on the bathroom wall, by the mirror and near the combo washer/dryer, and other repurposed items throughout… Incorporating old with new, and repurposing, was very popular at the time this was built…
While some people prefer to bathe than to shower, especially, if they enjoy soaking, taking bubble baths, doing aroma therapies, etc. So the shower part may not have been an issue for the original owner…
Newer builds have moved away from that trend, though, and some high ends are pushing separate shower and bathtub arrangements to not compromise on either and there are transformable shower/bathtub options too on the high end to fit your mood…
I don’t have enough good words to say about this. I absolutely love it!! It’s light and airy while still small enough to be cozy. There’s nothing better on a chilly day (or night) than a fireplace 😍. I would love to have and live in this little gem.