These lovely tiny house examples for sale in Colorado in 2020 are good examples of resale prices. A number of the houses can be moved — some are already on trailers or wheels. In some towns, buildings on wheels are considered temporary and thus not limited by zoning. Always check local and state laws.
Tiny house prices — some examples
This entry of the Tiny House Blog features 10 examples. They represent a variety of sizes and construction methods — from factory-made in metal to custom, handmade in wood.
Some are quite small — 124 SF. Prices are under $100,000 and some well below –$25,000-$40,000. Sizes vary. Some have been custom made; some are prefab. The nice photos are good for inspiration and for seeing interiors as they are lived in.
(For sale listings provide details that help you start keeping track of features you want in your home.)
About the Tiny House Blog
Kent Griswold started the Tiny House Blog in 2007 because he loved small spaces. His interest began with small simple cabins and the different ways in which they could be constructed. Then he stumbled across Jay Shafer’s Tumbleweed Tiny Houses website. The Tiny House Blog was one of the first blogs to start spreading the word about the new tiny house movement.
The goal of the Tiny House Blog is to discover the different options available when considering and then planning to downsize into a tiny house or cabin. Or to find your first home. Kent considers different types of construction, from logs to yurts to modern and unusual. He also does book reviews and discusses alternate energy sources for heat and electricity.
The Tiny House Blog also publishes the Tiny House Magazine, which started in 2013. It is an eMagazine available in PDF and iOS versions.
Categories: Cottages & Tiny Houses