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Tiny Red Cottage in Lawrence, MA

This is a 512 sq. ft. tiny cottage on a 9,583 sq. ft. lot located in Lawrence, MA.

It is listed for sale on Estately for $199,900.

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Tiny Red Cottage in Lawrence, MA

Tiny Red Cottage in Lawrence MA

Photos via Estately

Tiny Red Cottage in Lawrence MA

Tiny Red Cottage in Lawrence MA

Tiny Red Cottage in Lawrence MA

Tiny Red Cottage in Lawrence MA

Tiny Red Cottage in Lawrence MA

Tiny Red Cottage in Lawrence MA

Tiny Red Cottage in Lawrence MA

Tiny Red Cottage in Lawrence MA

Tiny Red Cottage in Lawrence MA

Tiny Red Cottage in Lawrence MA

Tiny Red Cottage in Lawrence MA

Tiny Red Cottage in Lawrence MA

Tiny Red Cottage in Lawrence MA

Tiny Red Cottage in Lawrence MA

Tiny Red Cottage in Lawrence MA

Tiny Red Cottage in Lawrence MA

Tiny Red Cottage in Lawrence MA

Tiny Red Cottage in Lawrence MA

Tiny Red Cottage in Lawrence MA

Tiny Red Cottage in Lawrence MA

Tiny Red Cottage in Lawrence MA

Photos via Estately


  • 512 sq. ft.
  • 1 bedroom
  • 1 bathroom
  • 9,583 sq. ft. lot
  • Completely renovated
  • Built in 1910
  • Listed at $199,900 (as of 7/7/17)


Central Air conditioning, Bamboo flooring, marble tiles, new appliances, cabinets ,counters and so much more. Off street parking and wait until you see the back yard! Open concept with a huge open bedroom with plenty of room for sofa or love seat and a walk in closet.1


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  • Avatar wiz July 7, 2017, 3:54 pm

    Needs a front porch, more focus on front door, some rocking chairs, table for al fresco dining, matching trim, etc. to give street appeal and better interaction with neighbors…oh, and a couple dogs!

    • Avatar Trish July 7, 2017, 4:31 pm

      Hey wiz, go back to 1st pic, there is a front porch, big enough for a 1 or 2 rockers, if u aren’t interested in “better interaction” with neighbors, we aren’t all people persons, lol.

      • Avatar wiz July 7, 2017, 5:03 pm

        Oh gosh, I thought the backdoor was the front, silly me! It IS a very nice front porch as is, lol. And I am very surprised how SPACIOUS the inside is as well. (Apparently it was built by the Tardis people.)

        Although a porch on the BACK would be nice, too 🙂 especially when watching the dogs and kids play in the backyard 😉

  • Avatar Dominick Bundy July 7, 2017, 4:34 pm

    Cute as a button But asking $200,000 for a one bedroom 512 sq. foot cottage? Are they crazy? And who’d be crazy enough to even consider paying that much as well?

    • Avatar Roger Harrington July 7, 2017, 8:13 pm

      Come to Vancouver,BC. Real estate prices there will stop your heart. Even “dirt” in the Okanagan is “breathtaking”, but you’ll get it back:))

      • Avatar Dominick Bundy July 8, 2017, 2:41 am

        I’ve heard that about Vancouver, BC.. What I’d like to know is what kinds of jobs do these people have to afford that realstate? Not everyone is a millionaire. (or even wants to be)

        • Avatar Roger Harrington July 8, 2017, 2:53 am

          Unfortunately, or not, real estate trades like any other commodity based on laws of supply and demand. The supply is short, largely due to foreign hedging, especially Chinese, trying to get their money out of China as do many other foreigners. It’s a horrific problem for locals who want to live there to work or retire. Retirees are getting taxed off their properties due to inflated assessments. Young families, finding work, can’t afford the stratospheric costs. Others take advantage of this sellers market cash out then head into the interior of BC. Next they’re in bidding wars on property there, again driving those prices up, blocking out young workers and families. I just lost a dental assistant because she and her family couldn’t afford a house here as prices soared. Like any other speculative bubble, it’ll pop but in the meanwhile it’s a pretty hairy ride for all concerned!!

    • Avatar Dana Turner July 8, 2017, 2:18 am

      The house was built in 1910. The builder no doubt had their own reasons for building back then. It was probably not expensive comparatively back then, just as it is now–for that area.

      • Avatar Dominick Bundy July 8, 2017, 2:35 am

        Don’t get me wrong . It’s a nice adorable little house.. But you don’t think $199,000 isn’t expensive for what one would be getting..?

        • Avatar Rick C July 8, 2017, 11:58 pm

          Yes, but it’s Boston, where the average house costs twice as much as the national average.

  • Avatar Jul July 7, 2017, 5:46 pm

    That’s crazy I can’t believe how much that is . Small houses are to help those in need or those trying to down size to help out there cost of living and save money . You can buy a shed for 20,000 and make a beautiful home . Very sweet home so cute but way to much for someone trying to save money . I would totally buy that if it was reasonable price. Very sweet home

    • Avatar Dominick Bundy July 8, 2017, 2:31 am

      I agree, Even that it’s ery nic.. I’d offer no more than $55,000 tops..

    • Avatar James D. July 9, 2017, 7:21 pm

      Jul, the house doesn’t change the cost of the property… In real estate, you’re not only paying for the house but the property it’s on!

      So always consider location when factoring price… especially when factoring supply and demand economics…

      Take a beach front property houses… They can go into the millions, because they’re usually in very high demand, but the exact same style house a few miles inland can go for a fraction of the cost…

      For this property, I believe it’s near the Merrimack River… median home price in the area is about $289,450 or about $250 per sq ft…

      So it’s much higher than the national average of $125 per sq ft… and if it’s right in sight of the river then that view probably adds a bit of an additional premium to the price…

      Land prices is one of the reasons people put tiny houses on wheels as then the cost of land is separate and you can move to a location that can offer land at lower cost…

  • Avatar Pam July 7, 2017, 11:58 pm

    I agree on the price, way too much! It’s a cute (actually pretty) home but also needs at least a half bath upstairs since that’s where the only bedroom is located. Middle of the night trips downstairs to the bathroom is very unappealing and possibly dangerous for us over 50 folks! The driveway looks like it would be pure mud during a downpour as would be the back area by the stairs. No, just no. Too many things to be done to ask a price at that level!

  • Avatar Patricia Chang July 8, 2017, 12:05 am

    Flowers, shrubs, attractive landscaping would make this house more appealing and sell faster.

  • Avatar Maria July 8, 2017, 7:37 am

    Cute house. Still needs work done to the outside. I would get rid of those light fixtures. About the price,well it is Lawrence,Ma and up North you pay big prices.

  • Avatar Silver Gypsy July 10, 2017, 5:02 pm

    I can’t imagine hauling groceries up those stairs twice a month in the dead of winter when the steps are covered with snow and ice and it’s freezing out. Or in the pouring rain. No, thanks. For that kind of money, I could have 5.8 tiny houses and go south for the winter!

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