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Tiny Cabin with a 3-Car Garage and Breathtaking Views (For Sale)

This is a tiny cabin with a 3-car garage and breathtaking views for sale (update: sold).

It’s located on 3.68 acres in Lilliwaup, Washington. It might not be considered tiny to everybody, but if you’re someone who’s ever lived in 2,000 sq. ft. or more, you might be able to call it tiny.

This little cabin consists of a downstairs with a 3-car garage. When you go upstairs, you’ll enter the 1 bedroom, 1 bathroom 784 sq. ft. home with stunning views of the mountains. Please enjoy, learn more, and re-share below. Thank you!

SEE ALSO: Beautiful 474 Sq. Ft. Tiny Home with Garage in Boise, Idaho

Tiny Cabin with a 3-Car Garage and Breathtaking Views (For Sale)

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Images © Windermere Real Estate via Zillow

Gated asphalt driveway leads past a 784 SF dormered, 1 bedroom, 1 bath cabin atop a 1000 SF finished 3 bay garage to a construction ready building site with Olympic Mountain and Hood Canal views that will blow you away! Custom upgraded bungalow with deck, all appliances and vaulted interior. Live in the cabin and build your dream home or use the cabin as your recreational escape! Price includes a 2nd view building site for future use and privacy protection. Features paved road and beach access.

Learn more: http://www.zillow.com/homedetails/21-N-Hamma-Ridge-Ct-Lilliwaup-WA-98555/2100619588_zpid (sold)

Our big thanks to Joceile Moore for sharing!

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Alex is a contributor and editor for TinyHouseTalk.com and the always free Tiny House Newsletter. He has a passion for exploring and sharing tiny homes (from yurts and RVs to tiny cabins and cottages) and inspiring simple living stories. We invite you to send in your story and tiny home photos too so we can re-share and inspire others towards a simple life too. Thank you!

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  • Sally November 15, 2015, 2:32 pm

    Alex, this old school teacher is about to scold you. Do not apologize for the overall square footage not conforming to the invisible Tiny House Standards set by the narrow-minded few. The vast majority of us comprehend that there is indeed a tiny living space, with a big bonus garage for possible later conversion.
    It would have been wasteful, and downright stupid, to NOT enclose that space during the building process. For the time being, it can serve as garage, food storage, winter supplies, or roller skating. I’ll bet it would also serve as shelter for overflow guests craving that view.
    It’s a thoughtful plan that does not leave a big sprawling footprint. It’s very common in western North Carolina and Missouri to build this way to make the most of a sloping lot.

    What a fantastic location and view. Thank you for sharing it.

    • Dave November 16, 2015, 3:25 pm

      But wait… there’s more… you could store all them zombies for the coming apocalypse in the garage… Yay!!! ; )

    • Deadrock November 26, 2015, 2:21 pm

      I agree with you, Sally – I too noticed the slightly apologetic tone in the posting and would like to reassure Alex that – rigid purists notwithstanding – many, many people are reading this very helpful blog for the variety of ideas and layouts it affords us! Whether you believe a house is “too large” or “too small,” you never know where a great idea for displaying books or clever kitchen storage or some amazing convertible thingamabob will spark an idea for your own little personalized nest. Offer your opinion about the house, the location, the decor in question by all means – it’s nice to start a dialogue and get other’s ideas – but for heaven’s sake don’t shoot the messenger! He’s breaking a sweat to bring us delicacies of all flavors and from far flung lands.

      Speaking of delicacies – Happy Thanksgiving, everyone!

    • Sandi B February 4, 2016, 5:40 pm

      I absolutely agree with you Sally, you said it all very well, I do get tired of people that think there is only one way to be tiny or environmentally sound. Where this is they also need room for snowmobiles etc. — I love the idea of a roller skating rink — heck, maybe even a dance hall LOL.

  • Carol Perry November 15, 2015, 5:39 pm

    Joceile,

    What an awesome place!! Love the views!! I love the windows, the woodwork, great kitchen. It’s so nice you can have a washer & dryer set up in the bathroom. It makes it convient. Not having to drag it to the laundromat. Best of Luck selling your lovely home!! Carol Perry

  • Snitch November 15, 2015, 11:06 pm

    I love this! It reminds me of Germany, where the houses are built above the businesses. Very convenient. I would love to live in this home, and wake up to enjoy those spectacular views. And the 3 car garage? Perfect space for my car, a 4 Wheeler, and many off road toys! It’s just the price..a little steep for me!

  • Janp November 16, 2015, 4:37 pm

    OMG is this beautiful and with breathless views. I love it

  • vee November 16, 2015, 8:38 pm

    Love it!

  • LKat November 17, 2015, 1:55 pm

    Sorry, not a fan of this one. Misses the mark on the tiny house concept of utilizing every inch of space. Such a waste with an empty 3 car garage. Okay, 1 I can see, for the car, but 3? Now we have created a void for filling up what is empty.
    Interior is a bit bland with flavors of the 80’s. While the view is great, one would need a move-in home in this area, as I am sure the price comes with the view.

    • Sally December 7, 2015, 4:20 pm

      Lkat, you look like an artsy person to me. This is perfect for anyone with a major hobby like sewing (any fabriholics out there?), glasswork, book hoarding, weaving, or throwing picnics and food-sampling parties). Or those noisy nephews who arrive with all their friends. The adult/owner has their tiny living space above, while the garage hosts things that can’t be done year-round outdoors, and we can indulge ourselves in our beloved pasttimes. Look at it as an enclosed yard. All under one roof, with a tiny footprint. And yes, I’d pay extra for those views. The starry skies are spectacular.

    • Paul February 4, 2016, 5:15 pm

      Heaven forbid that the owner (or potential owner) have 3 vehicles, right?? Wow… Maybe the owner wants a convertible for good summer days, a 4×4 for the winter and maybe a fuel-efficient or hybrid for road trips. Maybe even a motorcycle or two? And if it’s a couple, there’s likely to be his & hers vehicles, that’s two spots right there.

      • Kat February 6, 2016, 8:04 am

        Interesting response to merely voicing my opinion, as everyone does, about the tiny home postings.

  • Diana November 17, 2015, 5:44 pm

    Ok, I thought tiny house movement wasn’t JUST about the size but about the price as in affordable! This home is listed for $279,000 which is not sustainable living in my opinion. I wish Alex would stop being the ad guy for bnb’s and real estate listings UNLESS it is a true tiny house!

    • Doris November 18, 2015, 6:53 am

      “A true tiny house.” Kindly define that for all of us so he can add one more heading to the overburdened menu that no one seems to look at anyway. Then define “affordable,” so he can add that category, too. And I guess we’ll have to do that by state and possibly county, as value and income vary wildly. Then perhaps he can add a category strictly for BnBs or real estate listings, and monitor them constantly to make sure properties are still available, lest he anger someone with out-of-date information.
      You couldn’t pay me to host this newsletter, I don’t have the patience for people who want to define what everyone else should or should not see, per their own standards of living.
      Why not let others glean ideas or just enjoy the scenery? Some of the most efficient designs on here have been rentals.

      • Alex November 18, 2015, 4:25 pm

        Exactly, there is no true definition of a tiny house! A tiny house is just an extreme example of living below our means. It doesn’t mean that’s the right solution for most people. That’s why I cover a wide range of homes… from tiny to small! For singles, retirees, and widowers, to couples, families, and beyond.

      • Roxann Suits February 5, 2016, 8:28 am

        Totally agree, Doris. We have two Harleys, a truck for business, two cars and a jeep for off road. This would be a perfect retirement home for us. The price is also indicative of Washington state and you do get some awesome acreage!

    • Alex November 18, 2015, 4:23 pm

      Diana one of the main points is to show you and others who are interested examples of smaller homes of all shapes and sizes to give you ideas and expand your options in the future. I’m not an ad guy for bnb’s and real estate listings, but this is a tiny/small housing (real estate) blog! Comments like this aren’t helpful to anyone, so next time I’ll just delete it with no hard feelings.

    • Jim December 7, 2015, 11:13 am

      Diana, I couldn’t agree more. Completely crazy, especially when they say similar homes selling for $145,000 which is still expensive. Not familiar with the area but, I am a former realtor. Justify price!

      • Doris December 7, 2015, 3:02 pm

        And who is “they?” You couldn’t buy this in a crammed Florida subdivision for $145,000, and sure as H wouldn’t have a view like that. Washington State is terribly expensive, and this is a reasonable price for a new property with acreage and one-of-a-kind views and potential added living space already in place. Perhaps being familiar with the area would have helped you justify the price.

      • CharlotteMo December 7, 2015, 4:08 pm

        Jim, I don’t know who “they” are but “they” were off by at least a hundred-thousand on “their” comparables. Doubt “they’ve” ever been to Washington State, just like yourself. Perhaps “they” should be the ones to justify their statement, in case anyone cares.

        • Doris December 8, 2015, 4:17 pm

          Ha! Great minds think alike. I missed you by an hour, little Charlie. Where is Sally or Cahow or the Lynnettes? At least the question of “they” was resolved before Sally critiqued the grammar. Cheers.

  • Roxanne November 18, 2015, 6:13 pm

    I love this house. But I don’t think of the garage as a place for cars. It’s more of a shop set up. Or a woodworking area so you can work from home. It’s ideal. Live upstairs and walk to work.

    • Marcy December 23, 2015, 11:31 am

      Roxanne, that is what I saw immediately, also. A work from home space, an auto or woodworking shop, etc. Heck, could even convert part of the garage into a small studio to rent out.

  • Jim December 8, 2015, 12:50 pm

    Ladies, (Doris, Charlotte) first of all “they” refer to Zillow. Second, Doris let’s stay on topic, not sure how fl. got brought into the conversation but, if you are curious go to a site called “Florida Lake Homes Lakefront Property and Waterfront Lots for sale”. I found (in less than 5 min.) numerous gorgeous lakefront homes (2 bd. 2bth. min.) for sale under $150,000, which works out to be 135 per sqft. Anyway, if you take the time to click on the listing rather than skimming through the pictures, you’ll see that is Zillow’s claim. At the price this property is listed at, that comes out to be 356 per sqft, YES CRAZY! Let’s get real, what their advertising and selling is the location and view with 1bd. 1 bth. less than 800 sqft. I doubt most would be looking at it for the three car garage. Now, for un-savvy buyers who are unable to navigate the internet that may not register that that is extremely expensive, this why we often see “inflated markets”. If you felt so compelled to make smart comments directly back at me, put your money where your mouth is, and buy the property! But, before you do take a look at this property which boasts the same qualities with far more amenities at 170 per sqft. http://www.realtor.com/realestateandhomes-detail/122-N-Triton-Heights-Rd_Lilliwaup_WA_98555_M22633-75773
    And by the way, I own property in FL. and WI. and have been to Washington state three times since 2010 to visit my sister, nephew and his family.

  • Jim December 8, 2015, 1:21 pm

    Sorry to keep running over the horse after it’s been shot but, I get slightly annoyed when people open their mouths with no substance or facts to back it up.
    http://www.realtor.com/realestateandhomes-detail/92-Coco-Ln_Brinnon_WA_98320_M24721-98094
    Just another property I found with double the bed rooms, baths, and sq. footage. Not the same acreage but, instead of “water view” it has “water frontage” that should even things up, and take note of the price per sqft.

  • Sharon McMahan-Mulnix December 10, 2015, 11:06 pm

    I have 2 brothers and a niece north of Seattle and believe me $279,000 is a steal.
    Micro, tiny, small is all in the mind of the person living the dream of less. This house is pretty close to what I’m looking to build in Colorado. Yes even the 3 car garage! But I really need a 4-5 car garage. 2 small cars, midsized Car, pickup, tractor and tractor implements. Yes I need a tractor and a pickup, I have 35 acres.

    • Paul February 4, 2016, 5:40 pm

      Instead of having a single super huge garage, why not build an outbuilding (barn) for the extras? 2-3 car garage under the house and then a barn for the pick-up, tractor & implements? Those don’t necessarily need insulated storage with heat & A/C, plus fitting it all under the house would likely make for a very large house square-footage. Although, maybe a 2000sqft garage with a <700sqft house on top + rooftop (garage roof) deck could be kind of nice…

  • Marcy December 23, 2015, 11:27 am

    Well, if had an extra $300,000 I’d be all over that! And really, for the land, house, location, etc. that is a fine price.

  • sherry February 4, 2016, 6:46 pm

    People, Is it possible to just look at the diverse housing /vacation options and embrace the joy of the owners and creativity of the builders who build them, rather than fault finding and bashing peoples square footage, space utilization, colors, materials, loft/no loft, flush toilet-/bucket etc, etc! Obviously we all have different preferences, different financial portfolios, and lifestyles… If a plop in a bucket works for you, great. If you must have a Bidet next to your flush toilet, go for it! Just saying, I am weary of seeing all the complaints about something that is not even your problem! How do people feel they have the right of blasting purchasers, builders and Artisans. A builder has the right to build and be paid for what his craft is worth. Why is that anyones issue if the purchaser is happy? Don’t want to pay a builder, build your own, really it is very simple. We can eat off a plastic plate for $1.00 or a hand thrown, hand glazed plate for $20.00. If I choose pretty pottery over say, monthly trips to the hairdresser, truly it is my journey and I get to do it my way. I am always excited to get this newsletter and enjoy all the small options for affordable living, however you define “your” affordable, is your business , filter with those lenses.
    What Alex does to put food on his table is also his Journey, his business.. Good Job, Keep it coming Alex.
    I support the flush of a toilet, and your use of the “delete” button!

  • Gabrielle Charest February 4, 2016, 9:14 pm

    No need to squabble. I look at each tiny/small home to find things I like. These homes reflect the personality and tastes of the builder/owner and as such can provide inspiration for what I hope to have some day. Thanks, Alex!

    • Marcy February 6, 2016, 10:47 am

      Me, too, Gabrielle. With nearly every house I find something I don’t think I would care for and at least would thing that goes on my great idea list.

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