Pine Top Homestead for Sale

I published a post about Travis and Becky a couple of years back on how they built their homestead in the Ozark Mountains entitled Pine Top Homestead view here . Life brings changes for all and they are having to sell Pine Top and Travis wanted to have me share the opportunity with you. Travis has put together a short video of the homestead and I have put it here along with a couple of photos. Here is what the realtor has to say about the place:

Whimsical “Tiny House” with BIG heart! Cute tiny home, cabin for private get-away, or hunter’s camp amidst abundant wildlife. Unrestricted property allows for commercial use. Create and sell your handiwork in the 2nd adorable studio/cottage. There’s even a workshop in the well house! Whimsical original carvings and detail by custom carver/craftsman add delightful character. Deep well, standard septic, carport, full size water heater, frige, range. Room for possible further development. Tiny Gazebo, too! “Pine Top” is a delightful, private property close to town. Approx. 2.97 wooded acres, nicely landscaped yard, nice rock work; includes tiny house, 1BR+loft, 2nd 10×10 studio/craft building, 10×10 workshop/well house, and little gazebo. Very sweet property located just off paved road and close to Eureka Springs.

Available for $82,500. You can view the original listing and many more photos here.

If interested please contact Gene Bland at (479) 253-9660.

Pine Top Homestead

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Sugarloaf Small House Company

Nestled at the base of Sugarloaf Mountain in the Arkansas Ozarks is the Sugarloaf Small House Company. We have taken our thirty years of construction experience, our desire to provide a reasonably priced smaller home, and applied it to building small portables. We can customize to fit your needs. Let us help you enjoy a small home lifestyle, a weekend getaway, studio space, or additional office space. Our current project is the Estha Mae Model. This model, as shown, is priced at $20,000.

The Estha Mae is a 12 foot by 24 foot on 4 foot by 6 foot skids. This unit has a completely finished interior with a full bathroom, kitchen and two sleeping lofts. The Estha Mae model has a 4 foot. covered porch.

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Estha Mae Model

Estha Mae Model interior

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Estha Mae Model back

Tonita’s Tiny Porch Makeover

by Tonita Fernandez

When Slabtown Customs of Arkansas built my 8ft x 24ft $10,000 tiny house, I debated if I should go with a large (for a tiny house) covered front porch or use that space to extend the interior length and square footage. Since I am not a builder and have no intention of building my own covered deck in the future I decided to go with a covered front porch. I am happy with my choice. Have covered deck, will travel.

The interior size measures eight feet wide by eighteen feet long. The porch measures 6 feet long by 8 feet wide. A large tiny house porch gives me several options. I need to be able to change things up and move furniture around as my mood changes. Even in a tiny house I feel it is important to be able to change out furniture and décor. I could not imagine living day in and day out, year in and year out with the same stuff in the same place all the time. I would go stir crazy and be bored to death. Here is my little porch dressed and ready for the long warm days of summer. My prior post shows pictures of the porch in Feb. Yes, I change out my porch depending on the weather, holiday or my mood.

See more pictures of Tonita’s house at her blog: http://www.shabbychictinyretreat.blogspot.com/

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I purchased lace panels from a thrift store for added privacy & a cozy feel

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My porch will seat four people comfortably

lots of room

I sat on my porch reading a book during a thunder storm last evening

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Roses tied to an old wooden post welcome guests to my tiny retreat

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Seating for two on one side of the front door

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Comfortable seating for two more people on the other side of the porch

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The sun and lace create beautiful wall patterns depending on the time of day

lace and seating

It is so comfy on my porch as a warm summer breeze blows through the lace

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An antique French key adds mystery to my front door

lunchbox

A vintage lunch box works great outside to hold and protect food items

wicker chair

The wicker table was on the side of the road = free, a coat of white paint and she has a new life

chickens and can

Rusty vintage chicken feeders make wonderful planters & an old milk can provides storage and when topped with a tractor seat makes a great place to sit

wicker sofa

My little wicker sofa was a Craig’s list find for $25.00

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Adding shutters made a world of difference

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A vintage ceiling tin piece sits above the top step to add interest to the porch area

Thanks for visiting my tiny front porch. It is such a fun and comfortable spot to relax, read, entertain, eat meals or just hang out with a girlfriend.

Remember, it is never too late to have a happy childhood.
Now…. go play.

Tonita
http://www.shabbychictinyretreat.blogspot.com/