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This 994-sq.-ft. Cabin Comes With A Tiny House

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This is a 994-sq.-ft. cabin that also comes with a 280-sq.-ft. tiny house that sleeps up to six guests.

It’s built and located in Ashland, Oregon on leased land from the Bureau of Land Management. There are also two RV hook-ups on the property. What do you think?

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Small Cabin and Tiny House in Ashland, Oregon

Inside the tiny house on the property. This little cabin alone can sleep up to six people.

This is the kitchenette in the tiny house/guest suite.

The bathroom vanity.

And the entry.

280-sq.-ft. of cabin.

There’s a storage loft too.

This is the outdoor shower and, of course, life jacket storage.

Nice views from this shower. 🙂

Storage structure.

The two cabins together.

Incredible views.

The main cabin is 994-sq.-ft.

Log storage behind the guest cabin.

The main door of the cabin takes you into the kitchen.

The other entry is a glass sliding door.

The kitchen has open storage shelving.

The sleeping loft sits just above the dining area.

There are vaulted ceilings in the living area.

The sleeping loft over the dining and living area of the cabin.

Incredible views from inside too.

This is the bathroom that’s on the main level.

To the right, you can see the staircase to the loft.

Heading upstairs to the beautiful master loft suite.

Notice the mini ceiling fan. 🙂

Here’s the wonderful bathroom in the loft.

And the indoor balcony from up here.

Mature trees surround the cabin.

Two cabins joined by a deck.


  • Two cabins in the mountains of Ashland, Oregon
  • Listed on Oregon MLS/Zillow for $485,000
  • There is a main 994-sq.-ft. cabin
  • And a 280-sq.-ft. guest cabin
  • Tiny house features a kitchenette, bathroom, and outdoor shower
  • The main cabin features a full kitchen, living room, dining space, and an upstairs sleeping suite with a bathroom
  • The two cabins are joined by a deck
  • Beautiful views
  • Surrounded by mature trees
  • Two RV hookups on the property too
  • The land is leased from the Bureau of Land Management
  • $485,000
  • Check listing for most current details and availability

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  • Marcia
    November 26, 2021, 2:53 pm

    Maybe it is the angle, or I missed something; in the guest cabin, are the bunks double beds as well? Otherwise I only see sleeping for 4. ??? Thanks…..otherwise this would be awesome for a family retreat!

    • Philippa Alderton
      November 26, 2021, 7:13 pm

      Yeah, I was wondering about that. To sleep 6, they’d have to be AWFULLY good friends. Very close 😀

  • Shonda
    November 26, 2021, 7:15 pm

    The government is about to end all these leases so beware

    • Eric
      December 8, 2021, 12:20 am

      I think that you’ll find that the lease(s) have quite a long time on them before they run out and the Government can’t just kick them off. A contract is… surprise, a contract. I think even James D would agree with me on that.

      • James D.
        December 8, 2021, 2:18 pm

        Depends on fine print, there’s usually a clause to revoke… Eminent domain, government can also seize land if deemed for the greater good… Present US administration just recently seized about 2 million acres of land, for example… Back in 2016 the government seized over 100 million over the previous three year period of just Alaska land…

        Not entirely absolute, Contract works to a point and in some cases can be fought in court, but for those in charge there are exceptions where they choose where the contract applies or doesn’t and it can be very hard for the average person to contest it…

  • Eric
    December 8, 2021, 5:44 pm

    Well that’s one for New Zealand and… well minus 10 for the US.

    Unbelievable that the US Government can over-ride contract law like that. 😟

    • James D.
      December 8, 2021, 6:41 pm

      Well, you might want to look into the present status of KiwiBuild… They’ve been pushing new laws over the last few years to grant Government the right to confiscate land for KiwiBuild and expanding the Urban Development Authority powers to build quickly, including the ability to force landowners to sell up if they need the land for housing…

      Things like this don’t happen overnight but special interests chip away at it over decades and most people don’t realize until it directly effects them…

      It’s one of the reason the populist movement has been gaining momentum world wide and why establishment elites and media has been fighting it tooth and nail… They’ll tell you one thing but…

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