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Southern Heights Small House Village


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So you want to downsize, but you’re not ready to go tiny — and you’d like to own your land instead of leasing. Well, Randy at Incredible Tiny Homes has an opportunity for you! He’s planning a subdivision in Morristown, Tennessee where homeowners can pick from several small house designs (between 800-1500 square feet) and secure a spot with a $40,000 down payment.

The homes will sit on quarter-acre lots, and the cost for the homes and land range from $139K-$219K. This is still in the development phase, but it’s worth checking out if you’re ready to downsize!

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Small Home on Quarter Acre Lots

This is the Carter Wood 1, starting at $139K.

Here’s the floor plan for the Carter 1.

The Hayes house is the most expensive, at $219.9K.

VIDEO: Introducing all Small Home Models for the NEW Southern Heights Subdivision in Morristown, Tennessee

Highlights:

  • This is a small house subdivision in the works, located in Morristown, TN.
  • Morristown, situated between Cherokee and Douglas Lakes and near the Great Smoky Mountains National Park, is perfect for outdoor enthusiasts with activities like boating, fishing, mountain biking, hiking, camping, and disc golf.
  • The homes will sit on quarter-acre lots which you, the house owner, own and can resell.
  • The cost for the houses and lots starts at $139,000.

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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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  • james
    June 16, 2024, 2:39 pm

    Randy Jones is asking people to send him thousands of dollars for this project, and he doesn’t even own the land, and may never own it. None of what he has planned has been presented to the local jurisdictions. What he has planned isn’t economically feasible. Exercise due diligence and consult an attorney before getting involved with this project.

    • Alex
      June 19, 2024, 6:27 am

      Hi James, thank you for sharing your concerns. We appreciate your diligence in highlighting these points. We strive to provide accurate and informative content about various projects and developments within the tiny house community. It’s important for anyone considering involvement in such projects to conduct thorough research, including consulting with legal professionals, to ensure all aspects are considered before making any commitments. Transparency and clarity in such endeavors are crucial, and we’ll continue to monitor and share updates accordingly.

    • James D.
      June 19, 2024, 12:53 pm

      It’s actually economically feasible. They’ve done virually all their community developments, they now have multiple communities and this is just potentially the latest, this way successfully.

      It’s just demand based community funding development from those who will actually live there versus private real estate developers but is otherwise the same concept of investor based property development.

      It actually costs millions to develop a property for a community and this is just one of the ways to do it when the primary developer lacks the up front financing… They all have their pros and cons, benefits and risks. So yes, research and consult experts but it is a viable option for those seeking options where there usually aren’t any as demand based developments don’t depend on profit based investment as the profit for demand is a place to live and thus can be done where the other options may not work…

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