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Tiny Farmhouse With A Spring Green Couch

This sweet tiny farmhouse is for sale in Webster, MA, and at 210 square feet, it packs in just about everything you could need to make it home.

The white walls keep the 20′ home feeling open, but the spring green sectional is exactly what you need to add that pop of color so often missing from farmhouse decor. You have a loft bedroom with a huge skylight, and a bathroom with an incinerating toilet. In the kitchen you’ll find a refrigerator and convection oven. The house is for sale for $79,000, and you can contact the seller via Tiny House Marketplace.

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Pop-Of-Color Couch in This White THOW

Sliding glass doors let in lots of natural light.

Open shelving lets dishware become art.

Convection oven and refrigerator.

Smart to put those bowls upside down!

The bathroom is under the loft.

Ladder goes up to the loft.

Look at that awesome skylight in the bedroom.

More windows!

Spring green sofa brings life to the home.

Again, more windows!

Separett incinerating toilet.

Could you live here?


  • New built 20 foot tiny house on wheels.
  • Loft 8’x8’
  • Galley kitchen
  • Open living room
  • 2 skylights one over living area
  • One over sleeping area
  • Anderson slider
  • Steibel eltrom water heater
  • Breville oven
  • Mobile induction cooktop
  • Wood clapboard siding
  • Bright, sunny., airy
  • $79,000

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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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  • Theresa Perdue
    November 21, 2020, 2:07 pm

    Could I live here? In a heartbeat! I might add a small stove but otherwise it’s perfect. And now I will be looking for my own spring green couch😍!

  • Richard H Chapple Sr
    November 21, 2020, 3:20 pm

    All this beauty in defiance of being only a 20 footer!! Wow.
    Very nice and yes this would be livable and not claustrafobic.
    I normally would not like a green couch, thinking about old green couches from the 40’s to 60’s thereabout but this is really nice. It does pop.

    • Natalie C. McKee
      November 24, 2020, 1:51 pm

      I would generally steer clear of a green couch, too, but this one really speaks to me!

  • David Pedersen
    November 21, 2020, 4:01 pm

    Looks really nice. But I am getting too old and stiff for loft beds.

  • Angela
    November 21, 2020, 7:45 pm

    It is beautiful, but without a proper kitchen, a washer/dryer and downstairs sleeping arrangement, I couldn’t do it. Love the general design, though. It’s nice to see something for sale and not just an Air B&B.

  • Angela
    November 21, 2020, 7:57 pm

    It also doesn’t appear to have a shower. How does one bathe here? If it doesn’t have a full bathroom with a shower, I don’t know how anyone could actually live in it without making serious modifications. For me, that would include closing off the window over the couch to put in a Murphy bed, and redoing the kitchen area to include a full kitchen, and a washer/dryer combo, maybe under the kitchen counter, like they do in Britain. In order to afford those modifications, they would have to really reduce the price. For a THOW without a full bathroom or kitchen, the price seems a bit high.

    • James D.
      November 22, 2020, 7:12 am

      It’s a full bathroom… Kitchen sink, shower stall, and the bathroom sink are all on the left side… Other half of kitchen, open closet and incinerating toilet is on the right side…

      Having the living room limits space for the kitchen in a 20′ THOW but most people just use a portable cooktop/hob that they can put away when not using to free up counter space to work around that limitation.

      Price is high but anything built this year that’s to be expected, as material costs have gone way up.

  • Eric
    November 22, 2020, 6:33 pm

    Could I live here? No, and for 2 reasons. I can’t do stair anymore, and I feel that there is too much white. More colour and maybe, just maybe, I could live in it, minus the second level.

    • Natalie C. McKee
      November 24, 2020, 1:44 pm

      I do love color!!

      • Eric
        November 24, 2020, 2:44 pm

        So do I, but not too much of the same colour. Moderation in everything, even in excess ; P

  • Mary
    November 23, 2020, 12:12 pm

    Love the windows! And the full size fridge. But why put a window in a spot where the fridge will go? The little octagonal window at the end of the bed seems superfluous, just my opinion, but I’d rather no window or one like the side of the bed has.
    And perhaps finding a way to shorten the counter just a bit where the convection oven is to allow space to stow the ladder for the loft between the fridge and the bathroom wall would eliminate the need to carry the ladder to the loft each time access is desired.
    The white inside is easily changed if one wants more color. Overall the design is great, especially for a 20′ TH.

    • James D.
      November 23, 2020, 1:45 pm

      Windows placements are usually done for 3 reasons… Letting in as much natural light as possible… Being able to ventilate the home and preferably get a cross breeze going for continuous flow… Symmetry and style of appearance…

      That last one can mean things like needing to have windows on both sides of the home in the same placement, as that effects how the house looks on the exterior… There’s often a conflict between the appearance of the home and its function that often results in some sort of compromise.

      Another example would be the roof shape, a gable roof is nicer for appearance and many consider that it looks more like a traditional home then but it reduces the amount of space you can have in the loft. So you may see boxier designs because some prioritize space vs appearance on the exterior but it can go either way…

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