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Versatile Tiny Home with Year-Round Comforts

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This cozy tiny house boasts a range of features, including insulation, a wood stove, a window AC unit, composting Villa toilet, a water purifier, and flexible power options.

With its functional design, ease of mobility, and price that includes delivery within an hour of the location, this tiny home offers an opportunity for those seeking a sustainable and compact living space. It’s offered for $38,000 out of Canton, CT. Learn more below.

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Tiny House For Sale out of Canton, CT


  • Fully insulated tiny home for year-round living comfort.
  • An efficient wood stove provides reliable heating during winter.
  • Window AC unit ensures a cool oasis during hot summer months.
  • Brand new, never-used composting Villa toilet promotes eco-friendly living.
  • Water purifier enables access to clean drinking water for off-grid living.
  • Flexible power options: connect to the grid or go off-grid with solar energy.
  • Structurally sound despite being moved multiple times.
  • Price includes delivery up to one hour away, with options for further distances.
  • $38,000

The listed price includes delivery up to one hour away, allowing you to embrace the tiny house lifestyle without worrying about transportation logistics. If you’re located further away, delivery is still an option with an additional fee. Alternatively, you can choose to pick up the tiny home yourself.

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  • Pamela Gee
    June 9, 2023, 3:19 pm

    Wow – the wood stove is so small I couldn’t even see it! Sure it’s there? Also, posting unit’s actual dimensions, height/width/length to enable computation of sq footage of footprint would also be helpful/expected; this pertinent info is also missing..

    • James D.
      June 12, 2023, 5:06 pm

      For the wood stove, it’s a Dickinson Marine’s wall mounted unit that’s above the stove cooking area. It’s missed in the photos but the original listing included a short 360 video tour that catches it… Dimensions weren’t given but it was stated to be 200 Sq Ft. While someone may have purchased it because status has changed to pending and the original listing is gone.

  • Marsha Cowan
    June 9, 2023, 6:18 pm

    It’s a cute house. It has a lot of potential and is a good size for hauling. I’m not sure why it is sitting at a slant. I also wonder where the trailer tongue is? Otherwise a nice little house.

    • James D.
      June 9, 2023, 10:11 pm

      Note the height of the 2 barrels and the deck, which is lower. So ground is at a angle and not flat. The trailer tongue would be where the 2 barrels are but judging from the single axles and size, it’s probably not the typical tow tongue but single bar type, would be my guess.

  • Kathy
    June 9, 2023, 10:20 pm

    Nice micro for a permanent weekend campsite. It has lots of storage for such a small unit, and if your campsite is far from amenities like grocery stores, you can fill up the shelving with dry goods, and bring – with that good sized fridge – quite a lot of goods requiring refrigeration when packing up for a week, or a weekend, in your very cool little cabin. This micro reminds me very much of Baluchon’s “Nano”, but it trades in the desk and limited storage space in it, for much more storage shelving and a slightly larger kitchen. One big difference is the placement of the second bed. In this tiny it is in what appears to be a very limited space above the bathroom. It appears to me that it would be so limited as to be somewhat claustrophobic. All in all, I think this is a great little cabin for fun on vacation or weekends. Its size helps to make it more financially available to more people but also limits who can use it perhaps to folks without kids.

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