Everyone knows tiny houses are hot right now, but this 1951 tiny mountain home was “tiny” before tiny was cool. This 496-square-foot home sits near the Russian River in Guerneville, California on a very secluded 5,049-square-foot heavily wooded lot.
This little abode offers a rustic look with a charmingly warm feel. There is one full bedroom, plus a loft with room for a full-size bed.
With all the trees surrounding the property you might expect a dark interior, but not here. Listing agent Nathan Genovese states that this is a home that is flooded with natural light due to its many windows and skylights.
Listed for $299,000, this may seem fairly pricey for a tiny home under 500 square feet, but this is California. Everything is pricey here! So if you are interested in a tiny mountain home, then you might want to check it out.
For more info: Nathan Genvese