In Pioneertown, Calif., the most Western tiny home you've ever seen sits amidst the dust and cacti, and it could be yours for $120,000.
Situated on the amusing address of 0 Saddle Lane, the home has an adorable front porch and a facade resembling an old west storefront. The interior features an unfinished loft and plenty of seating. To the side, there's an exterior patio where guests can sit and enjoy the gorgeous California landscape.
You'll have to build an outhouse though, because there's no bathroom. There's also no kitchen, so you'll need to practice your campfire cooking skills. The real estate listing for the property also states that the buyer will have to dig a well for water. So if you purchase this $120K tiny home, you've got your work cut out for you.
The look of the tiny house fits in perfectly in Pioneertown, which looks like an old Western movie for a good reason. Pioneertown was built in the 1940s for use as a live-in movie set. Roy Rogers, Gene Autry and Dick Curtis have all walked the dirt roads of the town, which now is home to 350 or so residents.
The high cost of the little home is certainly not for its luxurious accommodations, which are sorely lacking. It's more likely due to the fact that the home comes with three acres and its own (albeit small) horse corral.
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Still, for someone who wants to live the old west lifestyle, this little gem might be just what you need.