Peek Inside This Quaint Tiny House for Sale in Binghamton
With the economy what is it, I can't help but think that all of the tiny house owners of the world are the ones laughing at those of us who live in traditional homes right now.
There was a time when tiny houses weren't as accepted as they are right now and people scratched their heads and were quite vocal about how they didn't understand how someone could actually want to live in such a small space.
As our bank accounts are being squeezed by current inflation prices and we're struggling to keep up with electric and fuel bills, tiny houses are looking more appealing, aren't they?
In 2016, Casey Marvin and her husband started to build a tiny house with the help of both their fathers and they absolutely love their tiny home but while their family has expanded, their home has not and so they've decided that the time has come to pass along their 200 square feet of tiny living to the next person.
In a post on the Facebook page for Southern Tier - Buy/Sell/Trade New & Used Items!, Casey mentioned that her family's adorable tiny home might be perfect as a "moveable vacation, lake, Airbnb, rental, hunting or office cabin/camper."
For under $30,000 you could be the proud new owner of an almost completely finished tiny house. This tiny house is approximately 165 square feet with another 50 square feet in the loft area. The inside width is approximately 7.75’, the inside height on the short side of the tiny home is 8.6’ while the taller side of the house is 10.6’. The length of this tiny space is 22.33’.
The tiny house is on wheels and comes with a 22 foot double axle trailer which was purchased new in 2016 and comes with a title.
Inside, you'll find a large sleeping loft that's been completed along with a storage loft that has been partially installed. The tiny house is mostly insulated with r15 faced insulation and the wiring is roughed in and still needs some work, but most of the outlet wires and leads for lights and switches are in place.
This tiny home has screened windows with the exception of one window. It also comes with a cubic mini wood stove that's already been installed as well as metal strapping on all sides and hurricane ties on the rafters.
Marvin's post for the sale of her family's tiny house also mentions that it "comes with a one piece shower unit, scissor jacks, small rv cook stove, stainless steel sink basin, lights, breaker box, rv power box, insulation, and some misc building materials."
Interested in learning more about the Marvin's tiny house? You can reach out to Casey Marvin through Facebook here.