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Tiny House, Huge Views—Oregon Opportunity Is a Must-See

Tiny House, Huge Views—Oregon Opportunity Is a Must-See

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This house is tiny, but the views are huge.

This unique 397-square-foot home on 80 acres is for sale in Eugene, OR, for $695,000.

“It’s so quiet there, you feel like you’re away from everything,” says listing agent Barb Barnard. As proof of its seclusion, the property is currently owned by a privacy-loving celebrity who wishes to remain anonymous.

The custom-designed home was built by TruForm Tiny and features a cleverly devised modern interior. Best of all? It’s never been lived in.

“It’s very thoughtfully designed,” says Barnard, noting the high ceilings and wood accents lending a sense of warmth to the petite space.

Loft bedroom

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Living space

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Features include a loft bedroom with a vaulted blue pine ceiling and skylight, and the kitchen with its mosaic tile backsplash, cork flooring, maple cabinets, and stainless-steel counters. A sliding barn door can be closed to create an office nook, complete with window seat.

A large picture window in the main living area allows residents to take in the views of the surrounding trees and rolling hills, and southern exposure grants the home plenty of light. The home’s also entirely off the grid, using its own solar panels, backup generator, and extra batteries. A ductless heat pump provides heating and air conditioning. An on-property well provides water to the home.

Views

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The setting

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The home is on wheels and RV-certified, so it can be moved without any specialized vehicle assistance, whether you’re taking it on the road or just moving it to a different spot on the large property.

Though you won’t exactly be bumping into your neighbors with 80 acres of land to yourself, should you choose to seek folks out, the road to the property runs past the prestigious Skyridge Estates community.

With 80 acres, the property could be split into several parcels, house an array of pets (one potential buyer was looking for space to house a pet tiger), or be used to build a larger dream home while the tiny house could be turned into an adorable guesthouse.

“You could potentially have a fabulous home at this site and keep the tiny home in the nearby meadow, or vice versa,” says Barnard. “It’s truly an off-grid place. It seems like the wave of the future.”

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