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Tiny cottage w/ adorable Thoreau-style tiny house in Grapeview, WA – $250k


This is a tiny cottage w/ an adorable Thoreau-style tiny house in Grapeview, Washington that’s on the market for $249,950 as of 5/8/2019, according to Zillow/NWMLS.

It’s totally secluded, built in 2014, and the property features RV parking, extra building site for an additional home, a camping area, and more. The Thoreau-style tiny house is a bunkhouse with two bunk beds, a pellet stove, and a dining table. The lot is 1.05 acres.

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Small cottage on 1.05 acres w/ tiny Thoreau-style cabin in Grapeview, Washington – $250k

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Highlights

  • 1 bedroom, 1 bath (but lives like a studio… open floor plan)
  • Covered deck/front porch
  • Large bathroom w/ granite counter, washer/dryer
  • Full kitchen with butcher block island and all appliances
  • 1.05 acres
  • Built in 2014
  • Additional structure; bunkhouse with 2 bunk beds, pellet stove, and dining table
  • $249,950 as of 5/8/2019

Learn more: https://www.zillow.com/homes/for_sale/214851751_zpid

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  • Avatar sheila May 12, 2019, 11:24 am

    This is real nice. Love how it is decorated. With the acreage some would think it wasn’t a bad price. Does it have a big garage?? Work shop? if it had one of those also. Would be worth buying. The land is beautiful. Wa. State never really fancied me. This house does. Really love it.

  • Avatar Kathy Handyside May 13, 2019, 1:03 am

    Waaaaay out of my price range! $250,000!? I thought the whole point of the tiny house movement was to be able to have an affordable home. I realize “affordable” is subjective, but c’mon! I see so many tiny houses with astronomical price tags. My dream of having a tiny house is to cut my living expenses way down so my retirement funds will go further. But the way these tiny home prices are creeping up and up, my dream is fading away. First, there are the ridiculous oppressive municipalities’ zoning laws; now, there’s the high cost of tiny houses. It’s impossible to live in this country now. It seems everything is stacked against people being able to live affordably – there are even new laws against off grid living. It’s as if the powers that be want to hold us hostage to an unaffordable, unsustainable life.

    • Avatar Mari May 14, 2019, 7:50 am

      Cheaper prices is not the only point of living tiny. As for this listing, its TWO tiny house on a little over and acre. Obviously it cheaper if you just want to buy one tiny house on wheels and put it on your own land somewhere else, but for two houses on legal and totally secluded land in Washington that’s not a bad price.

      • Avatar James D. May 15, 2019, 10:12 pm

        Yeah, costs are subjective to multiple factors like location, what’s included, whether it’s a low end to high end construction, local economy and what’s nearby, etc.

        Houses and what they will actually give you is not all the same. So like they say, the devil is in the details… Understanding those details is often key to being able to properly navigate options to find what will work for you.

        But another thing to understand is other people will make different choices because what they want won’t be the same as what you want and not everyone is in the same situation. So don’t expect all choices to reflect what you’re looking for and finding what you do want may just require looking somewhere else…

        States like Washington, California, Oregan, etc. are typically going to have property prices much higher than the rest of the country and anything on a foundation is tied to the land and effected by all the things that effect traditional housing prices.

        Also, anything custom built is typically going to be using more costly materials and involve up to multiple times more labor costs. Basically, what it cost to build a house can vary just like anything else… Going to a custom builder is like going to custom furniture maker instead of Ikea or a custom tailor or fashion designer instead of going to a thrift shop… There are reasons for the cost difference and reasons why people may choose different options but choice is a very big factor in determining costs by not only what you intend to end up with but how you choose to go about getting it…

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