Tiny Home Cabin

There are many reasons people decide to live or use tiny homes, some make the choice to downsize from their larger traditional homes into something smaller, while others use a tiny house for a weekend getaway or artist studio, one thing for sure each tiny house space is a unique reflection of both the owner and the builder. This "Tiny Home Cabin," is a great tiny house for sale in Oklahoma.

This cute 399 square foot tiny house is for sale in Pona City, Oklahoma, for $29,995. The one bedroom and one bathroom house is towable and can be moved and delivered within 50 miles of where its located, and set up in any mobile home park or RV park. The wood exterior has a metal roof and covered porch, a finished kitchen sink, full refrigerator, cook top, bathroom with tub and shower, toilet and vanity. It's a great tiny house for full time living, or a weekend retreat.

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