One Tiny Home In Virginia Is Selling For Just $160K

In a "less is more" era, tiny homes are seemingly more popular than ever. Not only can you adopt a minimalist lifestyle, but it's also more affordable than a full-size house, especially in big, expensive cities. According to Tiny Heirloom, living with less is actually better for your mental health.

This tiny, brand-new Virginia home is only $160K and has all the amenities you need to live in as your own or even rent out through Airbnb or Vrbo, according to the listing on Realtor. There is even an option to buy it fully furnished, so you don't have to worry about buying a bed or couch that will fit through the front door. If you want to convert it to a business, this home would be great as a coffee shop, small business, or even a take-out mini restaurant. Let's take a closer look at this home and all its amenities.

A place to entertain and relax

The outside space of this tiny home is a huge selling point. You or your guests can relax in the large backyard space with ample room for dinner parties, and there's even a fire pit perfect for roasting marshmallows.

The house has fresh blue paint and was built in 2002, making it only 22 years old with new appliances. If wanting to use as an office or business establishment, the 160 sq. ft. space is great for greeting and attending to customers. According to The Tiny Life, the advantages of setting up an office in a tiny home is the opportunity to work remotely and the flexibility of being home and working at the same time. It sits on a 6,534 sq. lot and is close to everything you need. With an on-demand hot water heater, internet throughout, and ample space, there is a lot this tiny home has to offer.

Sleep and eat

In keeping up with a minimalist lifestyle, this tiny room really has the basic necessities any homeowner would need. There is a TV in the living space, internet throughout, a couch that converts into a bed, and a kitchen area with a sink, refrigerator, floating shelves, and a single burner for all your cooking needs.

There is a window unit for AC, as well as a heater. We love the primary white decor with touches of blue and black for a modern feel to the home. The table and stool at the entrance are great for writing, reading, or as a home office space with its own light fixture. The color palette, as well as the cabinet space and shelves, really do encourage a minimalist lifestyle. According to Zen Habits, the trick is to keep everything simple — simple artwork and simple decorations that have meaning and really impact the space.

Bathroom essentials

The small bathroom matches the rest of the home in its all-white and iron color accents. There is a mirror, toilet, sink, and shower set in a calm and inviting space. The design is intentional, with all the necessities built in a way that creates flow in the small space. The Honeycomb Home suggests that small bathrooms are sometimes the best places to take some risks in design and layout, making a big impact on a small space. There is room to do just that in this tiny home or leave it as-is, depending on the remodel cost.

This tiny Virginia home is really something special, and if you are in the market for a tiny home with a big impact and serious potential, this one might be it. With everything you need in a home with intentional design and modern touches with new appliances, there is really very little you would have to do in this home. Sometimes the best things come in small packages.