370 square feet in Altamont, to go

altamont tiny home for sale

Somewhere along the line tiny homes became A Thing.* They're all over the internet now. And it seems like there are at least three or four shows about them on HGTV and similar channels.

So, of course, there's a site called Tiny House Listings. And there you'll find a listing for this mobile tiny house in Altamont.

The custom-built 370-square-foot home boasts an antique claw foot tub, composting toilet, farm sink, four-burner propane stove, corner-mounted fireplace, queen-size bed space, and Ecovative mushroom insulation. Blurbage:

"This cottage is just over a year old I spent the entire winter living here cozy and warm. I am relocating. I love this little home and I hope you will too. Would be great for AirBnB, in law apartment, guest cottage, or permanent residence."

There are a handful of photos with the listing page.

List price is $55,000.

See also:
+ The Tumbleweed Tiny House Modified Lusby in Clifton Park
+ A 200 square foot Minim home in Lenox
+ The Unfinished Tiny House Shell in Cobleskill

* We say this noting that we're kind of fascinating by them, too -- because of the real estate gawking aspect, the design challenges, and the vague sense that maybe life would be better if we just cut down on the amount of stuff we have.

photo via Tiny Home Listings

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