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Tiny house perched on 10 acres of land asks $120K

Located in the Northeast Kingdom town of Kirby

A small shingled cottage with white trim sits on an expansive plot of rolling hills.
The 246-square-foot home was built with sustainable materials.
Photos via Zillow

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Location: Kirby, VT

Price: $120,000

If your interest for tiny house living was further piqued by one editor's account of staying in one for 36 hours—or have always known (or hoped) that your next home would be a tiny dwelling—here's a lovely little cottage in the Northeast Kingdom region of Kirby, Vermont for you to consider.

Though it measures just 246 square feet, it sits on a 10-acre plot of rolling hills and trees. That's nearly 1,800 times the size of the actual dwelling, more than making up for the built structure's wee accommodations. Still, the domicile is a treasure in itself, with mahogany windows, rustic doors, wooden accents, and other details done up in green materials.

A galley kitchen, bathroom, sitting area, and mechanical room round out the property. Priced at $120,000, it's a tad more expensive than other tiny homes for sale, but if that’s the cost of living large and care-free in a small abode surrounded by nature’s majesty, then so be it.


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