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Tiny Ophelia in North Carolina Village For Sale

If you’re looking for a tiny house that’s already situated, the Tiny Ophelia in a North Carolina tiny house village might be the spot for you. This 336-square-foot home has a 200-square-foot deck with an outdoor soaking tub, a giant projector screen, and so many luxurious features you’ll feel like you’re on a permanent vacation. Plus, you’re able to rent this property out as a short-term rental if you ever want/need to.

The interior has a stunning living room with a concrete hearth and electric fireplace. The galley kitchen has a dishwasher, two-burner cooktop, and a little coffee bar. Finally, you’ll find the bathroom in the back of the tiny house, with a large walk-in shower and flush toilet. Sleeping quarters are up the floating stairs in the large loft. It’s for sale by the owner for $225,000.

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The 200 sq. ft. porch has a soaking tub!

You have a private area to watch TV or enjoy nature.

There’s a fire pit and grill so you can enjoy even more outdoor time.

The stunning accent wall elevates the space.

On rainy days, you can curl up indoors.

What a gorgeous concrete fireplace.

The little “Ophelia” sign is a cute touch.

Built-in water and food bowls for animals.

The decor in here is so fun and funky!

The kitchen has a dishwasher and plenty of cabinets.

Under the loft, there’s a refrigerator and coffee bar.

View from the bathroom.

Love this little coffee station.

The sleek bathroom feels spa-like.

Frosted window lets in light with added privacy.

Look at that large shower! Beautiful.

Another area to hang out up in the loft.

Here’s the full sleeping loft.

Here’s the area! What a lovely place to live.

And this is the little lot. So beautiful.

Your new home sweet home?


$225,000.00. With a successful track record as an active short-term rental for nine months, this tiny house is a proven investment opportunity. It is currently located within a legal tiny house community on a rented lot, ensuring convenience and ease of living. Whether you’re looking to embrace the tiny house lifestyle full-time or continue it as a lucrative short-term rental, this property offers endless possibilities.

The choice is yours – the house can come fully furnished, ready to welcome guests and generate immediate income, or you can start fresh with your personal touch and make it your dream home.

Step outside onto the 200 square foot Trex composite deck, where you can relax, entertain, and soak in the surrounding natural beauty.

One of the standout features of this tiny home is its incredible location. Situated within walking distance of an award-winning vineyard, you have easy access to a premier destination for wine enthusiasts, making it an excellent selling point for potential renters or a personal weekend getaway.

Please note that for those interested in keeping the tiny house on its current lot, a background check with the landlord is required. This ensures a secure and harmonious living environment within the vibrant tiny house community.

Don’t miss out on this incredible opportunity to own a fully functional turn-key luxury modern tiny house on wheels. Act now and experience the freedom, flexibility, and comfort this home has to offer. Contact us today to arrange a viewing and start envisioning your future in this enviable property!

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Natalie C. McKee

Natalie C. McKee is a contributor for Tiny House Talk and the Tiny House Newsletter. She's a wife, and mama of three little kids. She and her family are homesteaders with sheep, goats, chickens, ducks and quail on their happy little acre.

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  • Colin Keith
    December 13, 2023, 4:55 pm

    Wow, I think this is the most expensive tiny I’ve seen yet. That’s an astonishing price for a depreciating asset on land you won’t be owning.

    • James D.
      December 14, 2023, 10:08 am

      Not that this isn’t still a high price but it’s actually far from being the most expensive. High end custom builds can ramp up all the way into the multiple millions for the upper limit. While there are smaller tiny homes also in this price range and thus cost more for their size.

      Regardless, tiny homes won’t necessarily depreciate or at least will be able to hold onto their value for many years. In some cases they may even appreciate as the economy influences things like demand, being tied to land or other factors that can influence value, etc.

      While just like regular houses, tiny homes can be renovated and remodeled to restore their value over time. So aren’t doomed to just depreciate only…

      Besides, it’s actually a misconception to think appreciation matters much because most properties don’t appreciate faster than inflation, regular properties can depreciate at times too, and are actually costing the home owners a lot in ongoing costs that over the years can easily add up to even multiple times the original purchase price of the home.

      Tiny homes, on the other hand, benefit more from the cost savings of tiny living, which can induce the opposite cost effect of saving up to multiple times the purchase price of the home over the years, and are thus less dependent on the value of the home itself.

      Needless to say, the cost/benefit analysis isn’t the same for everything and there are reasons people make different choices. It just largely depends on what someone actually wants to get out of it and how they prefer to get it done… For example, someone can rent it out as an AirBNB or similar and turn it into a revenue income source that will more than pay for itself.

  • Sherry
    December 13, 2023, 6:32 pm

    Choking, gagging and fainting at the price…..almost a quarter million dollars for a tiny house even with what is offiered…..gads, what next, a million dollars for a tiny house…..yep everyone has an endless bank account!

    • James D.
      December 14, 2023, 8:21 am

      Not really, “Tiny” is just not a magic solution, it always depended on combining the size with the proper details to get the desired price.

      However, there will always be people who need/want more, regardless of size, and the actual upper limit already runs into the multiple millions for a reality check on those who actually do have “endless” bank accounts.

      Besides, most of the savings of a tiny home come from tiny living and not the home itself. So, the original purchase price of the home isn’t always the only consideration when the long term benefits can add up to multiple times the original purchase price and even dealing with debt for years can still make such a purchase appeal to a larger percentage of the population than it may first seem… Especially, considering how the regular housing market can far exceed this price for many places around the country and using it as a rental property can potentially make it pay for itself and eventually become an income revenue source…

      Not that anyone should just be accepting of these prices, I’m just giving context of where this actually stands and emphasizing the importance of paying attention to the details, because they are what really determine the final price, and not just whether it can be considered a tiny home…

  • Kyle
    December 14, 2023, 11:11 am

    Ridiculous price nonetheless. Tiny houses are supposed to be affordable! That’s the whole point of them!

    • James D.
      December 16, 2023, 11:30 am

      Sorry but something that needs to be understood is that’s actually a complete misinterpretation of the actual whole point…

      Understand two things, one is that there’s no such thing as “Universal”, same for everyone, affordability, and two is that no one is going to willingly suffer and not make the best choice for themselves and their ideal home just to satisfy someone else, who has nothing to do with them…

      So, the whole concept of affordable has to be understood is that it won’t be the same for everyone and entirely depends on what someone actually needs, prefers, and what they can afford in their specific situation and no one else’s!

      Like a family of 5 isn’t going to limit themselves to what’s affordable for a home for just one person and one person isn’t going to raise their budget to account for a family of 5 either. Pointing out how silly it actually is to expect everything to be the same price, given that there are literally hundreds of different reasons for people to make different choices and work under different budgets, regardless of the actual circumstances and details involved to actually determine those choices.

      Meaning, the actual whole point is really about CONTROL!!! It’s about taking control of your choices to optimize it to best fit your needs, eliminate waste, and be in a better position to achieve your goals. From the very beginning that’s been the actual real point of going tiny and affordability is what people made of it by enacting that control.

      But you don’t do that by expecting other people to do it for you or expecting everyone else to do the exact same thing and ignore their own needs and preferences… You can’t eliminate choice or individuality!

      Seriously, you’d have to treat everyone like inhuman machines, that none have any special needs, are all in the exact same situation, and will never change to expect everything to be at just one given price for everyone, in all situations, everywhere!

      While simultaneously ignoring that there are real costs for everything, homes are not all equal and a lot more can be different than just size, and thus a really low price can mean giving up more than just space, as well as ignoring what’s really optimal for anyone’s given situation. Since, one size fits all will always be wasteful to someone and misses the part about living a more efficient life that’s part of going tiny.

      Thus, there’s no such thing as one solution for everyone and that’s just how it actually works. There are no magic solutions, just the option to take control and give yourself the best possible solution for your specific situation.

      It’s just something to understand that what’s best isn’t going to be the same for everyone, in all situations, everywhere and thus there will always be options for different people, in different situations, and different locations…

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