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Tiny Cabin on 5 Acres

This is a tiny cabin in Hoodsport, Washington.

It’s currently for sale with an asking price of $59,900.

The cabin sits on a 5 acre lot in the woods.

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  • Sally August 18, 2016, 1:32 pm

    What, no kitchen? I don’t even see a ladder or stairway to the loft…and to have to go outside to use the potty on top of it all. Taking those things into consideration, I think $60k is a bit steep for the property. Good luck to the seller in finding a buyer!

    • Joshua Davis August 18, 2016, 3:06 pm

      But for 5 acres in Washington though?! I’ve actually been to Hoodsport, WA and it’s a really pleasant little town. Overall, small price to pay for for what you are really getting.

    • Lisa Cate August 18, 2016, 8:09 pm

      I saw a ladder in the loft. Love this tiny cabin and scenery. Would buy it if I had the bucks. It isn’t that bad of a deal. Could put in a propane stove and small fridge plus has a picnic table outside.

    • Cathy August 18, 2016, 11:37 pm

      Come to Australia Sally – seriously you don’t know a good deal! Cars cost more than this!!

    • JULIE B August 31, 2016, 10:20 am

      Sally,I saw a ladder and a kitchen. Now, the ladder was folded up and in the loft but accessible, and the kitchen may not be up to your standards. However, it did have water and a hot plate, lol. This looks like a hunting cabin…not a place for someone to live…at least not yet. For a hunting cabin, it’s actually quite nice.

  • Debbie Johnson August 18, 2016, 2:56 pm

    I would like to say the price is great considering you get 5 acres with the cabin. I would redo the cabin to have a bathroom. But I love the outside. I would buy it but I am in Texas, and I do not like cold cold weather,lol.

    • Laurie Raymond August 18, 2016, 7:02 pm

      Hoodsport is on the Olympic Peninsula, so it would be wet but not cold! It’s on Hood Canal – sorta rainforesty. gorgeous!

  • Mary August 18, 2016, 3:32 pm

    Either realestate brokers or owners are getting crazy with prices these days, and buyers are foolish.

  • Emily c. August 18, 2016, 5:14 pm

    I would love to have 5 acres of land for that prices, but that place is too far out in the sticks for me. The cabin would be great for my dogs house.

  • Gigi August 18, 2016, 5:57 pm

    The acreage is worth the money. The “cabin” might be a good start to a bigger place with kitchen and bathroom.

  • Joe August 18, 2016, 7:45 pm

    The price is very good for 5 acres of forestland. Reading the comments about the house is an indication that some just don’t get it. Why would you want a luxurious enclosure when you have the beauty of the surroundings?
    Its a lovely place, for a great price. Wish I wasn’t chained to New England.

  • ZACHARY E MOHRMANN August 19, 2016, 4:03 am

    I would hate to be hungover and fall of that toilet, you could definitely break something….! LoL….!

  • Patrick August 19, 2016, 6:15 am

    Property in Washington’s Puget Sound region is quite expensive, by most standards. The price of the featured property is actually very reasonable for the area, especially considering the added bonus of a place to hang your hat. (The cabin can always be enlarged to add more conveniences.) If I had employment in the area, and I wasn’t so involved with other things at present, I’d jump on this opportunity to own a cabin in one of the more gorgeous regions of Washington State. I bet the place will sell soon.

  • Paul M August 19, 2016, 8:21 am

    personally, for 5 acres on the west coast, I think this is a pretty good deal. Yes, the cabin needs work. As it sits now, it is obviously a 3 season set up for one person roughing it. Looking at the average weather in the area, I see that rain, not any real cold is the issue. Yes, it drops below freezing in this location, but not by much. I would insulate, add a metal roof as the cabin is under the trees, and traditional shingles tend to get ‘growth” on them after a few years. I would also add a gravity-fed water cistern. I would also add proper access to the upper level, squeeze a bed in there and gain more room on main floor. As for the outhouse, with this relatively mild climate, I would be in no hurry to replace it. Finally, I would raise the entire cabin off the earth using “Sonotubes” and concrete. I would most likely go with a four foot raise, then add a porch, skirting and insulate under the floor as well.

    • JULIE B August 31, 2016, 10:25 am

      It looks like it may already be on a slab, Patrick. Tho, u can always raise it too. How about that toilet?! It’s a cadillac! Love it!

    • JULIE B August 31, 2016, 10:26 am

      Oops, I meant Paul, not Patrick.

  • Kay Marshall August 19, 2016, 1:12 pm

    Too little, too much to pay.

  • vickie August 19, 2016, 4:00 pm

    not only no kitchen, but no insulation? would be a lot of work if you wanna live there i would think. winter doesnt look like too much fun in the middle of the night when nature calls. lol

  • Sara August 21, 2016, 9:44 am

    This is a shed with a wood burning stove.
    You can have them delivered by Home Depot.

    The land may be worth the cost but advertising sheds as cabins is a dangerous precedence. Communities are finding people living in sheds, which are not “tiny houses,” which this site should promote.

  • cindy August 23, 2016, 7:12 am

    some people start with a *shed* and by the time they are done they are rather comfortable and adorable. Look at a “regular” house and how they look before all the doo dads are done inside, they are just large sheds. I started with a “shed” it now has a bathroom, electrical and in a little while it will be done and will be comfortable and something I will be able to live in a very long time. So yes I would say it constitutes a tiny house

  • Marie August 23, 2016, 7:09 pm

    I can’t help but be skeptical. What’s the catch? When something seems too good to be true it usually is. I want to relocate to Washington but 5 acres of forested land for only 59,000 sounds like ocean front property in Arizona. This would be so sweet. Could build my luxury tiny house on it with the fabulous garden and patio I want so very badly.

  • Paul Melbourne August 24, 2016, 6:55 am

    Some have commented that this tiny house is misleading, and that it is nothing but a simple shed, and one that can be bought and delivered by most hardware stores for a small sum of money. My question is this: When does a building cease becoming a shed and instead is labelled a tiny house? What parameters must be met for it to be a home?

  • SC August 24, 2016, 2:54 pm

    No insulation, no plumbing. does it have electricity? Its also in the Cascadia subduction earthquake zone, possibly the tsunami zone, although the area is inland.

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