Tiny houses come in all stripes—from the simple to the tricked-out—but what ties them all together is that they all measure just around 500 square feet. Here are three petite properties on offer that may be small in size but mighty in spirit.
This baby is actually a restored Southern Railway caboose attached to a tiny structure in Candler, North Carolina. With one “bedroom” and a bath with luxurious two-person whirlpool and shower stall, the 496-square-foot 2004 home has just about everything you need, including a deck. Located at 2B Justice Ridge Road, it’s yours for $139,900.
Located in Golden, Colorado, among the Rocky Mountains, this charmingly updated 1950 cabin measures just 432 square feet, but that hardly matters given its million-dollar views. Dubbed “Lost Horizon” and located at 100 Outlook Drive, the rustic home boasts a sleeping loft, full kitchen, and a dramatic porch for $199,750.
Now for something a little different. This is a two-story tiny house built into a silo on a horse ranch. Set on 25 acres in Lake City, Florida, the unique dwelling boasts a circular floorplan that includes a bathroom and full kitchen with reclaimed pallet wood cabinetry and cement countertops on the first floor, and a chic living room above that, with a deck wrapping around this level. Complete with horse paddocks and riding trail, the ranch at 6568 Co Road 240 is yours for $200,000.