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416 Sq. Ft. Whimsical Tiny Home on 2.79 Acres for Sale (SOLD)

This cute tiny home on 2.79 acres is for sale and is located in Arkansas near Eureka Springs.

The setting overlooks the hills nearby and there’s even a workshop/well structure on the property too.

Plus a micro studio/craft structure all of which was built about 3 years ago.

And now it’s ready for lucky new owners. Take a look at and enjoy the cabin below.

Update: SOLD

416 Sq. Ft. Whimsical Tiny Home For Sale (SOLD)


Once you’re on the private property you’ll find even more useful/fun structures. What do you think about this place? Would you buy it?


What you see above is the main house which is well insulated, has cement siding, and a metal roof.


Above are the main structures of the property. The workshop/well is on the left, main house in the middle, and studio on the right. Let’s go inside the ‘main’ house…


Vaulted ceilings inside with a sleeping loft and a downstairs bedroom.


Micro living room below:


Another view of the kitchen and of course the upstairs loft.


That’s tongue and groove pine on the ceiling.


At first it was just the sleeping loft… Then the 8′ x 16′ bedroom was added as an addition.


It’s more than spacious enough for a desk/office and closet space.



The loft can be used as another bedroom, hang out area, office, or just for storage.


Below is the bathroom and there is a washer/dryer unit here along with full size hot water heater.


Little gazebo outside:





What’s great about the property too is that it’s unrestricted so it allows for commercial use too.



Covered access for your vehicles below (nice):


Fenced in garden:


Welcome gate:


The well and workshop house:


Notice the bear in the window of the well house below.. And of course the name of the property, “Pine Top.”



Wouldn’t it be nice to live tiny and simply on your own small homestead like this one?

Share your best thoughts on this tiny cabin and property in the comments below.

If you’re interested in purchasing this property it’s currently listed for $82,500.

Request more information from the listing Realtor using this form.

See the original listing here.

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  • Avatar T May 15, 2014, 9:14 am

    Haha that’s a short drive from where I live now 🙂 Super cute. Too bad it’s on a foundation instead of mobile.

  • Avatar sonia munson May 15, 2014, 9:56 am

    LOVE IT!! Perfect for me as an artist…but, again…location, location, location! The price is great also!

  • Avatar Cosy May 15, 2014, 10:24 am

    This is a wonderful little place & 2.5 acres… Nice. Eureka Springs is a quaint little town full of well established artisans. This would be the

  • Avatar Cosy May 15, 2014, 10:27 am

    This is a wonderful little place & 2.5 acres… Nice. Eureka Springs is a quaint little town full of well established artisans. This would be the perfect place for a budding artist or someone who loves nature.

  • Avatar Julie May 15, 2014, 10:31 am

    Only about 40 minutes from me. Wouldn’t be hard to get to Beaver Lake, Leatherwood Lake or Kings River. I’ve kayaked all three.

  • Avatar Linda May 15, 2014, 11:43 am

    Too many outbuildings for my taste. You build a cute tiny house and then ruin then entire scene by putting up a bunch of ugly buildings on the land to detract from the beauty of the tiny house. Ugh…

    Not sure about the price. I do like the fact that the property is unrestricted. This is probably why the people put up all the ugly buildings on the site.

    • Avatar Sally May 15, 2014, 3:50 pm

      Wow, Linda, did you weigh in just to be hateful? And for poor Mame, dear, do either of you know much about country living? Outbuildings were always built AWAY from the house in case of fire, particularly the kitchen house. I saw nothing unattractive about any of the little outbuildings, in fact, the one with the big windows were charming, and the little enclosed one probably HAS to be secure to keep tools secure and the well and pump protected. Linda’s comments make me think she’s one of those people who find the subdivisions full of “garage-front” homes attractive. She would have a nervous breakdown on my place, where we have chicken coops and dog houses and an art studio and a shed for the vehicles!!!! Why not just put it all in one big ugly potluck mess??? Because in the country, we don’t have to. This is an enchanting little place, in a lovely area, at a decent price.

      • Avatar Linda May 15, 2014, 5:27 pm

        No, Sally, it is not my intention to be “hateful.” Growing up, I lived on farms all my life in foster homes. I know a lot about outbuildings. At one home I was in, we had a chicken house, a bunkhouse, a well house, a potato house, a barn with hay loft, and an outhouse (crapper). The house was nice looking from the outside, even with the rusted screen that screened in the back porch. It was certainly nostalgic. But the outbuildings ruined the scenic view of the property. I think they make the place look ugly. I understand their utility and appreciate that some people must have them, but to me they are an eyesore. There is no intention to be mean, just honest. I love the house and the property, just not a fan of so many outbuildings.

      • Avatar Linda May 15, 2014, 5:33 pm

        Oh, and BTW, I have chickens now. They have the run of my fenced land behind my country house and the chickenhouse butts up against one part of the back of my house. I’ve limited the number of outbuildings on purpose. I have been told that my country property is beautiful. My garage is NOT entered at the front of my house. My driveway (gravel) curves so that you enter the garage from the SIDE of the house. No exposed garage door from the FRONT of the house… only a beautiful window with curtains where people usually have a garage door. I guess you could call my place “scenic.” We have made it that way intentionally… way out in the country.

        • Avatar Sally May 15, 2014, 5:50 pm

          “This is probably why the people put up all the ugly buildings on the site.”

          “…and then ruin then entire scene by putting up a bunch of ugly buildings on the land to detract from the beauty of the tiny house. Ugh…”

          You don’t think that’s rude? I guess we’re from different generations.

        • Avatar Linda May 15, 2014, 7:32 pm

          No, it’s not rude. It’s an opinion as to why they put up so many ugly buildings and ruined the scenery. Most people (those who agree with me) realize the truth of the statement. Do yourself a favor; the next time you go property hunting, don’t give an honest opinion to the realtor and see if the realtor doesn’t show you WAY too many properties that don’t suit your tastes. Honesty is the best policy when property or house hunting. I believe Tiny House Talk is seeking honest opinions and not just OOOs and AHHHs everytime they feature a property. Not everyone has my opinion. Opinions vary widely. They are not all the same except for mine. They are all different, period. Even when you find many likes, you will see that they likes are of different features of the property. So please refrain from telling people how they should feel or what they should say. I think what YOU have said about the property is quite alright, as are ALL the comments about it from everyone.

        • Avatar Linda May 15, 2014, 7:37 pm

          BTW, Mame agrees with me about the outbuildings. Please read here comment.
          See? Some people think one way; some another.

        • Avatar Jerry June 16, 2014, 8:56 pm

          GIRLS Can We Get Along Please. Exchange Phone Numbers. Call each other and HASH! It Out Off Line. Jeeezzzzz!!!

      • Avatar Mame May 15, 2014, 11:39 pm

        “know much about country living?”??? and the “poor Mame, dear” is about the most condescending comment and I find it really rather insulting. You have no idea who you are speaking to and yet feel you can speak down to others. Let it be said I don’t appreciate it. I won’t bore you here with my rural residential experience, except to say it was years and years long in large custom built homes with attached garages, workshops, green houses, never ever appearing like subdivision ticky tacky boxes! I believe I was invited to comment with my thoughts on this property… and so if I don’t find it attractive, I say so, full stop! There is no need for someone to come along and insult me for saying so. Perhaps in future I will enjoy the original postings and bypass the comment sections… seems it would be safer.

  • Avatar Ms. Adams May 15, 2014, 11:56 am

    Love this little place in Ark. Wish I could…Wish I could. Anyone consider a trade?

  • Avatar CathyAnn May 15, 2014, 12:32 pm

    I really, really like this place, and the outbuildings. That studio would be perfect for my fiber arts, and a workshop too to do my woodwork! I also love gardening. What’s not not like?

  • Avatar Nila Ridings May 15, 2014, 2:13 pm

    Beautiful area. Eureka Springs is fairly close to Branson. Seems like with on restrictions more Tiny Houses could be parked there, too if there is a well that could supply the necessary water.

    The little work shop would be good for so many things.

    I wonder why they are selling?

  • Avatar Brian May 15, 2014, 2:36 pm

    This truly beautiful home would be a dream to live in. I became aware that I kept smiling all the way through viewing it in this newsletter. It represents to me the ultimate home. Thankyou for sharing.

  • Avatar Mame May 15, 2014, 2:40 pm

    Sweet! The property size is perfect, the setting is beautiful and the house size is big enough to live comfortably in without feeling squished.
    But what exactly does ‘unrestricted’ mean? Is it just whether it is used for residential or commercial?
    Can someone tell me what ‘cement siding’ is, please, and perhaps what benefits it has? I have never heard of this.

    If it is completely unrestricted, I wonder why so many outbuildings and why these were not incorporated into the main building. I agree with a previous comment that they’re not very attractive.

    • Avatar Doris May 15, 2014, 4:07 pm

      Sal, you beat me to it. Good grief. However, I believe there is hope for Mame 🙂 Unrestricted means you can do what you want, i.e., the little crafts store, the separate shed for a vehicle, the storage shed. You are not told by some idiot what you can do with your own property, which is a battle most TH people are embroiled in.
      As Sally said, fire was and is a major problem. In the country, whatever is on fire is gone by the time the fire department shows up. In some cold cultures, home and barns are connected, but in the humid south, you don’t want animal pens right outside your door.
      Property taxes are also applied differently to “outbuildings.” Would you really want your taxes based on all that square footage lumped together?
      In the country, you probably have a car AND a truck AND a tractor, thus the outbuildings, not an attached garage, which I personally think are very ugly stuck on the front end of a house.
      If you’re looking for country property, Mama, please get an ethical realtor, because you’ve got a lot of knowledge waiting on you 🙂 Best wishes.

      • Avatar Mame May 15, 2014, 11:23 pm

        thank you for the reply, Doris. (but “hope for Mame”?) Just to add, I have lived in a rural setting for about 30 years and, as well, was a realtor for a few of those years 🙂 …so I wouldn’t be searching out property completely blind. Being a Canadian, we have many different zoning by-laws, building practises, codes, materials, etc., to contend with.
        Your comment about tax applications to outbuildings is certainly something to consider — thank you.

        • Avatar Doris May 16, 2014, 1:48 pm

          Your comment about incorporating the buildings should have tipped me off you were from a different region and culture. I lived north of Vancouver for a few years. Real estate is definitely a very different animal up there, and I would not attempt it without a qualified realtor if I were looking.
          Per your question, Hardie Board is a fiber-cement siding that holds up well, has a fifty-year warranty, and reputed to be fire and weather resistant. It comes in different styles and colors. “Hardie” is a brand name. Because of its weight, it is more expensive to install, and would be an asset when considering this property.

        • Avatar Vicki June 4, 2014, 5:25 pm

          we call it hardi-plank siding in Virginia – I agree with the people who said I need a couch rather than 2 chairs – nice chairs but I rest and lounge when and if watching the telivision – I would move in a second if I could find a job nearby – not ready to retire quite yet – working on it … and gals please stop the bickering over opinions to which we are all entitled. Yes, a strong negative opinion sounds as such but it’s O K – we all have different opinions and we all express ourselves differently! It’s called “being human” …

    • Avatar Linda May 15, 2014, 7:45 pm

      Thank you, Mame. We are in agreement that the outbuildings detract from the beauty of the house and the scenery. I was scolded for posting this opinion by Sally. To each his/her own is what I always say. People have a right to their opinions and to express them, especially when it comes to real estate. Can you imagine never saying anything negative about a property to a real estate agent?! You would tip off the agent that you are in love with the place and so the agent would never come down in price. You could not bargain… not to mention the fact that the agent would have a really difficult time deciding what you like. The agent would end up showing you hundreds of inappropriate properties. Both you and the agent would be worn out at the end of the day and accomplished nothing at all!

      • Avatar Doris May 15, 2014, 10:06 pm

        Oh my, someone needs to get her meds adjusted or find a therapy forum.
        If you’ve really lived in the country all that time, you know that some places just need to be bulldozed and start over. I have neighbors like that, bless their hearts, but this little gem hardly deserves a wrecking ball. If you’re one of those who needs validation, like the FaceBookers who count their thumbs-up to see how many people agree with them, you would find that even Mame merely questioned the use of all the outbuildings, and didn’t go on a hormonal rant or ask for your approval.
        Yes, you are entitled to your opinion, but guess what, so is Sally, and the rest of us. That’s what makes a public blog so great. Drop the personal, defensive essays here, and let everyone else get back to THEIR opinions on the house. Thanks and have a good evening. I hope tomorrow is a better day for you.

        • Avatar Linda May 15, 2014, 10:23 pm

          Precisely! Exactly what I was saying.

      • Avatar Jerry June 16, 2014, 9:04 pm

        NANNY NANNY BOO BOO, Linda do you sit and scan website all day and night to be a S**T!! Stir??? How Come Your Comments are not FLAGGED? and are Printed. I’m Sure Some of us are Glad that there are other buildings. So we can send you to one. I Hope the Owner Builds an OUT HOUSE, RUNNNN! If Linda becomes your Country Neighbor. Your chicken’s probably don’t give eggs, your well is dry, your garden does not grow, your cows milk is sour, and your “Neighbor’s” probably put UP THE GONE FISHEN Sign. When they see You Coming up or down or over the Road!!!! Lighten Up. Make up a Crabby @$$ Website!!

  • Avatar Shelia May 15, 2014, 4:46 pm

    I couldn’t find a price on it. Could someone enlighten me? Perfect in just about every way. I think I’d put the desk or a small table in the kitchen area and turn the bedroom into a bedroom/sitting room, complete with daybed to sleep on and comfy chair. Tiny house plus a downstairs bedroom. Great area too.

    • Avatar Doris May 15, 2014, 5:29 pm

      Price is $82,500 (look at the end of pictures). This is a beautiful artsy area, and looks like it has enough room for whatever you would want to do.

    • Avatar Linda May 15, 2014, 7:38 pm


  • Avatar Kimberly Tripp May 15, 2014, 5:19 pm

    This one is LOVELY!!! This setup…little home with little out buildings is exactly what my hubby and I have in mind for Longstay (name of our place in NW lower MI) I, like Brian who commented above…found myself smiling as I checked this one out. NICE SHARE! Keep ’em coming! 😀

    Thanks once again!!

    • Avatar Alex May 15, 2014, 9:05 pm

      Thanks Kim!

      • Avatar Rose Garcia May 16, 2014, 5:01 am

        How soon, can someone get out to see? I’m 9hrs away. Interested. Looking for a place for my mom and I.

        • Avatar Alex May 16, 2014, 10:35 am

          Hi Rose, I suggest getting in touch with the Realtor that has the property listed to arrange a time to go check it out. His info is here: http://genebland.featuredwebsite.com/

  • Avatar LLL May 15, 2014, 6:43 pm

    This property is wonderful. The tiny house is quaint and looks like it would have all that you would need. I love the idea of a little “village” of buildings. If you could have them positioned in a way to have a center “courtyard” connecting them I think it would really add to the charm.

    • Avatar Doris May 15, 2014, 10:17 pm

      Hi LLL, Being familiar with this area, and looking closely at the photos, I think the terrain dictated where they could and could not put things. Arkansas provides slopes, lotsa rocks and clay to work with when planning 🙂 Plus making sure visitors are directed to the little store first, screening out views of neighbors, and making the most of their clear view from the porch.
      There is a tiny house community off the coast of Washington that a businessman built for his employees that has the “village square” concept. Perhaps Alec is familiar with it? They ride bikes and park the cars away from the houses. Charming idea, having that center base to anchor everything 🙂

  • Avatar Denise May 16, 2014, 1:36 am

    I love it, just a shame it’s so far away – I would snap it up in a heartbeat. The price is excellent too – but that is coming from the perspective of a Seattleite. Up here 82,000 won’t even get get you a run down drug house on a tiny splotch of land slightly larger than the house. Most of that value lies in the fact that it’s unrestricted and has unlimited potential.

  • Avatar Tina May 31, 2014, 1:59 pm

    Oh I want this so badly!!! This would be absolutely perfect for me, and in a few months I would be able to buy it too. Hoping nobody snatches it up in the meantime.. I’ve got my eye on it for sure!!

  • Avatar Dohdee June 13, 2014, 4:36 am

    Love this listing. If only I could find a reason to move to Arkansas & figure out how to make a living while I got myself set up to run my business from the property. I’d be adding an outbuilding or adding onto the existing micro studio. Ha ha ha! I’d have to change the name of the place, too. I’m good with rustic but not a big fan of the bear figures. How perfect would it be to swap out the existing appliances for vintage ones?

  • Avatar Linda September 12, 2014, 12:35 pm

    I’ll bet it would be easier to sell this if they mentioned in the title that it’s in Arkansas and NOT in Alaska !!! I wonder if they have noticed that the title of the article says this is in Alaska???

  • Avatar Angela Burch October 4, 2017, 3:59 pm

    I wonder who the builder is, and if he/she still builds Tiny Houses? My husband and I live in central Arkansas and are looking into a THOW.

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