Here’s 515 square feet of fun, found in the form of this Catskills Tiny House that’s been fully-remodeled.
And, let’s face it, for a Tiny House, anything over 500 square feet is practical palatial. What surprised us was that the bungalow itself dates back to the 1930s. A top-to-bottom renovation, however, makes it basically brand-new.
Home gourmets will appreciate the size of the kitchen compared to the overall square footage, as well as the new fixtures, counter space, and storage. BYO appliances, it seems…
Furthermore, the interior includes two separate bedrooms, a virtual unicorn in true Tiny Houses, plus a full and remodeled bathroom with a glass-enclosed shower.
If you’ve been dreaming of your very own little upstate writer’s cottage, this fits the bill just fine and dandy. Looking to invest in a short-term rental? This cottage can make that dream come true, too…depending on a variety of specific town ordinances/restrictions on those types of rentals. Speaking of locale, the pint-sized property sits in the town of Middletown, southeastern Sullivan County, NY, convenient to the New Jersey state line, as well as western Orange and northern Rockland County lines. From here, NYC is less than two hours’ drive away.
Note that this is a cash-only deal with no financing available, so prepare to crack open that piggy bank.
Is this Catskills Tiny House just right for you? Find out more about 14 2nd Street, Godeffroy, NY from John Finnerman.