Pining for your own tiny house? This cozy 80-square-foot mobile cedar cabin can be yours for only $10,000 if you're willing to head down to Florida to buy it.
Posted on Tiny House Listings, this tiny house is made of cedar wood "bought from a local mill." The seller also says that the house was constructed over the span of three years from a 1971 Serro Scotty Highlander. It's quaint outside appearance only continues once you venture inside the micro-home.
Known as the Cedar Cabin or Shepherd's Hut, this micro-home boasts an electric refrigerator, water tank, propane stove, electric panel, and shower. It doesn't quite weigh two tons as it sits around 3,200 pounds.
The trailer does have a loft that can sleep two comfortably. Additionally, the kitchen and living space are just so cozily quaint with the cedar wood detailing around. The kitchen table and countertops are especially beautiful. Those curtains are the perfect country touch.
The craftsmanship that went into this little beauty is really a work of art. I know I'm counting my change to see if I can spare $10,000. I probably can't, but if you're in the market for a micro-home, this could be a great option. A road trip to Florida to pick it up seems like an ideal vacation, too, so what do you have to lose?