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Tiny House For Sale at Tranquility Park in Waldport, Oregon (Sold)

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This tiny house at Tranquility Park on lot #30 is for sale with the option to keep it there! It’s a 30-ft. tiny house built in 2018 with 255 square feet of space inside located in Waldport, Oregon. The asking price is $125,000 for the tiny house and the lot rental is $700 per month. What do you think?

The current wait list for Tiny Tranquility Park is approximately 5 years out. However, since this tiny house is already located in the park, the Buyer has the option to keep the home in its current site and move in immediately, subject to successful completion of an application and background check.

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#30 Tiny House at Tiny Tranquility on the Oregon Coast! (Sold)

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Private seller tiny house for sale at Tiny Tranquility Park, with the option to stay in its current site #30.

This tiny house is 30ft long x 8.5ft wide, 255 square feet with the loft space included, built in 2018, and located at site #30 at Tiny Tranquility on the Oregon Coast with a site rental of $700 per month. The house is small but has everything you need including a full kitchen, living area, and loft bedroom. The location is perfect for those looking for a quiet and peaceful getaway.

The tiny house featured on this page is perfect for anyone looking for a tiny home as well as a place to keep it and live in it. It has a main-floor bedroom with a queen bed and storage underneath, as well as large windows and excellent lighting throughout. There are vaulted ceilings and a loft space that can be used for storage or additional sleeping space or a reading nook, and the mini split heating/cooling/dehumidifier unit ensures that you’ll always be comfortable. There is also plenty of storage throughout, with an additional storage shed located behind the tiny house. Finally, there is a small office space with a desk and table included.

The kitchen in this tiny house is spacious and great for cooking. It has a quartz countertop, quartz backsplash, soft-close drawers and cabinets, a convection microwave, a counter induction cooktop, a fridge with a freezer, and an undermount stainless sink. The countertops are easy to clean and the appliances are all high-quality. This kitchen is perfect for cooking meals for your family or friends.

This bathroom is perfect for a tiny home. It has a flush toilet, lots of storage, an under mount ceramic sink, two privacy pocket doors, a standard home-size shower with a Moen hand-held sprayer, a mirrored vanity with storage, and a washer/dryer combo. Everything is within reach along with extra counter space making it easy to get ready each morning. I love the modern look of this bathroom and the convenience it provides.

The tiny house has a main floor bedroom with a queen bed and storage underneath.

This small office space is perfect for someone who wants to telecommute or work from home. There’s a desk and table included, so you can get right to work!

There is also a loft space, which can be used for sleeping or storage.


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Update: now sold.

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  • October 27, 2022, 4:19 pm

    Fit and finish, choice of materials, and colors are perfect for low maintenance and style. Typical Oregon simplicity and cost-effective application in construction. Nothing frivolous, just the necessities…Can be a rental, and can even be for seniors who are nimble(stairs)…The only thing lacking is the full floatation…This area could be under Sea by the end of this century…The model with the arches ceilings is VERY attractive. This company, (like Crossroads LLC) should consider Park Model 12′ wide models with the Boxed Steel frame.

  • michael carman
    October 27, 2022, 4:43 pm

    lot rent (say what you want) is way too much

    • Eric
      October 28, 2022, 6:24 am

      Totally agree with you… I was gobsmacked at the cost. And I live in New Zealand where everything COSTS.

      • James D.
        October 28, 2022, 4:39 pm

        No worries, NZ still costs more. This is just beach front property as it’s literally a 3 minute walk to the beach and is in a high demand area where you can be on a waiting list for around 5 years to get a spot but you can skip that waiting list with this option, which is still lower cost than other options in the area. So not a typical place or situation but goes to show how location can have a significant impact…

  • Nancy Willhite
    October 27, 2022, 5:45 pm

    Beautiful! If I didn’t already love my tiny home near Mt Hood Oregon I’d be tempted with this one.

  • Richard Herrington
    October 27, 2022, 9:16 pm

    Anyone that pays $700 per month to live on such a tiny piece of land, in a trailer park… needs to rethink how they spend their money. For $8,400.00 per year in rent… you could be buying your own piece of property somewhere and park your tiny house on your own piece of property.

    • Nancy Willhite
      October 27, 2022, 10:02 pm

      $700 is low for Oregon for park rent. Park rent includes garbage service, recycling service, water, landscape work and yard debris pick up, community resources, security. Add in the costs of connecting to electricity, water, sewer or disposal, site clearance, permits and many other costs you have when using and setting up your own property…a park is a bargain. Believe me, I know what the costs were to setting up a tiny home and my park rent is way lower than the costs associated with buying my own land. I can live in a park for 16 years before the cost would be equal to what a private property lot would have cost me here in Oregon.

      • James D.
        October 28, 2022, 4:44 am

        True, renting often includes many services and amenities that otherwise could cost you more or otherwise impose more of a burden to provide yourself and owning property has its hidden costs to consider.

        Both renting and owning have their pros and cons, which won’t always work out the same for everyone as to which will be the better option for their individual situation and location. So while it is true that renting can be cost prohibitive over time but it’s also true that owning a property can cost more to own and develop than the home you put on it as well.

        Along with variables like being in a high demand area where the waiting list, in this case, is around 5 years to get a spot versus a lot that can be included in the sale to be moved in right away, being among the many other factors that can effect people’s choices and what you may actually be paying for can be to have the opportunity/options you may not otherwise have and changes what you may be getting out of it…

  • Picco
    October 28, 2022, 12:45 am

    490.00 a square foot just for the house?
    The quality just isn’t there.

  • Annette
    October 28, 2022, 3:26 pm

    Gorgeous. Also, living there sounds heavenly.
    Did you say who the builder is and when it was built?

    • James D.
      October 28, 2022, 8:48 pm

      Tiny Heirloom

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