It’s 28′ x 14′ so plenty of extra space compared to most tiny homes on wheels that meet the 8’6″ width standards which is mainly so you can tow your own house without any permits. Pricey but if you got money instead of time this might be a decent option for you if you’re looking to live simply. But that doesn’t always make the most sense, so do what’s right for you. If you like this cabin enough that you’re thinking about buying it you can actually stay in it first. The large wardrobe in the bedroom has numerous drawers for storage and there is a front closet which has a w/d hook-up.Not everyone can do the physical work of constructing a home, so yeah it’s a fair trade…money for labor.
The benefits outweigh the negatives even if your tiny house has wheels. Every traveller needs a home base, so even you gypsys can have a physical address. Once you’re living in a tiny home it should be easy to save enough money for a bit of land and have something built there that fits your budget and lifestyle even if it’s just a storage shed and a garage/workshop. It’s pretty but–not something you can just hitch up to the family station wagon and tow. Some part of me really admires that life choice – living simply, within your means, low effect on the environment.
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Tiny homeowners should be taxed accordingly, your 3/2 house is going to cost you much more than a 200 sq. There are many inequities in the tax systems nationwide, such as me having to pay for your kids public school when i don’t have kids of my own. Still i think it’s worth paying taxes on property, the cost of civilization is one we all must bear. States take care of the roads within their boundaries and are reimbursed by the fed. But we have some internal issues no doubt, the city we live in has a very large homelessness, and tent cities it is shocking. It looks like they’ve hit the bullseye with all of those aspects, but the price will be out of reach to some. The porch is not just “stuck on” but has many features including tray ceilings, recessed lighting, ceiling fan etc. House is completely skirted and has a water barrier underneath. Utility bills are low because of insulation and personal conservation. But, over time, both of us became disabled and this house is just too much for us to care for properly. The housing market around here is severely depressed and we can’t even give this place away!
This cabin is lovely and livable, but way out of our reach as shown. I would put in a shower and next to it a stack w/d, hot water on demand. My plan would be find the right plot of land and leave this there for as long as it can last with proper care/maintenance. State, wood burning fireplaces in something like this are illegal due to fire hazard…code for my property. However, if you were to enclose the deck even with glass in many jurisdictions this would negate the taxation relief. The walls of the unit are pine with a stain…cedar is an option also. The more i ponder it the more i like the idea of having a small parcel of land for even a tiny home, i’ve seen an acre sell for as little as 2500 dollars in some places…a quarter acre lot near or in towns for as little as 5, 000. The tax break for a homestead exemption not being the least, which you won’t get with a tiny house that has no address. Proof of residency is required for a lot of things including a drivers license. I would pick a state that has no state income and personal property taxes though, luckily florida does not have either, nor do we have a state vehicle inspection program although that can be good and bad.
You don’t have to build a house on land you buy and with no house theres no need for code enforcement to become involved. Again–not paid for by the individual—paid for partly by taxes. I hate the fact that the stairwells in all of the public parking garages smell like urine.
Most roads are paid for by fuel taxes, or so the politicians claim. As a tiny homeowner the goal is living a less expensive, less wasteful life, primarily for financial reasons but there are others. The number of people who live in tiny homes are so small that even if taxed as land owners they wouldn’t generate enough revenue to pay for a politicians lunch. Even when this tax was instituted it was not enough to pay for the maintenance of roads, much-less building new ones. Parisian guest house, with a solar generator and propane we live a few yards away in a regular house. I guess my dad could not wrap his head around, why would you ever want another man to pay for your children ?
It’s made to be high quality, small footprint, easy to maintain and care for, and a real pleasure to live in.
We bought this monstrosity when both of us were still working and not disabled.
We have to reply on friends and family to upkeep this place, which we are very grateful for, but we do not need all this living space, even with 3 giant dogs. A nice wood burner to heat and a propane wall unit to heat with.
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