It’s the time of year to stop and reflect on the people, places, and things that make us grateful. It’s often the little things that make the biggest impact over the course of a year. And when it comes to real estate, the tiny things!
A home doesn’t have to be ginormous to earn huzzahs from us. In honor of the smallest treasures, we’ve found 10 tiny houses currently on the market. All of these abodes are ready and willing to give their owners a little shelter and a whole lot of happiness all year long.
From the forest to the desert and beyond, these places provide affordable and ecological ownership options in some of the country’s most beautiful spots—at a price average buyers can afford. To all this, we give thanks!
Tiny TV star in Hawaii: This 300-square-foot jewel in Hawaii’s Volcano Village was featured on HGTV’s “Tiny Paradise” this year. Despite its petite footprint, the home includes a kitchen with a farm sink and a convection oven. There’s even a fireplace to warm the interior and the outside deck. Best of all for buyers looking to chuck it all and head to Hawaii: All interior furnishings are included in the purchase price.
Soque River cabin: Ideal for hunters, this cabin sits on 3.34 acres with Forest Service and Soque River frontage. In addition to a sizable front porch, the home includes bunk beds, interior power and light, and a portable water supply. The property is surrounded by thousands of acres of forest, ideal for exploring.
Tiny house, big living: Built in 2016 on an acre lot, this home fits an awful lot into just 471 square feet. There’s a full-size, stackable washer and dryer, custom shelving, vaulted ceiling, and plenty of windows. The land is surrounded by towering oak trees and pastures.
Cali cabin: Built in 1945 near the entrance of the San Bernardino National Forest, this cabin is the perfect getaway for hikers, mountain bikers, and outdoor enthusiasts. Completely off the grid and accessible only by dirt road, this wee abode is far away from it all, without a neighbor in sight.
5 acres in paradise: This hexagonal home sits on 5 acres in Palm Beach County. Built in 2006, the house has an outdoor shower, a commercial-grade brick oven, extensive decks and patios, and a sweet outdoor dining area.
Adorable antique: Built in 1908, this charmer clocks in at a roomy 558 square feet. There’s a recently updated kitchen, home office, master bedroom, and even a full bathroom with tub. A trap door opens to a full basement, which offers plenty of storage space. Outdoors, there’s a dining area for use during warmer months.
Sophisticated in Cincy: Dating to 1880, this place recently had an extreme makeover. According to the listing, it now offers modern, simplified living. Exposed beams and a vaulted ceiling make the 974-square-foot layout seem much larger. A muted, contemporary design makes the interiors feel far more sophisticated than most tiny homes.
Turner cottage: Join the gang! This place is part of the Tiny House Community in Hope Valley. Community amenities include hiking trails, a swimming pool, lodge, exercise facility, and stocked lake for fishing. The one-bedroom, 395-square-foot home resembles a cottage out of a fairy tale.
Tucson treat: Built in 1955, this 330-square-foot brick home comes with 3.32 arid acres. It offers both mountain and city views with character to spare. Ideal as a horse property or artist retreat, the property comes with a hot tub for soaking in the beautiful vistas in all directions.
Big acreage, tiny house: This two-bedroom home sits on more than 30 acres in a gated community 20 minutes outside of Santa Fe. It could be used as a weekend retreat or a guest home if a buyer chooses to build something larger. The property is surrounded by wildlife and has plenty to keep everyone entertained—outdoor enthusiasts will enjoy the area’s hiking and fishing, while city dwellers can find fun in Santa Fe.
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