Tiny Houses for Sale at Exciting New Pocket Neighborhood

An impressive tiny house pocket neighborhood is opening very soon and three houses are available for sale! Coined, The Cottages on Vaughan, this is the first of its kind housing development in Clarkston, Georgia, just east of Atlanta. Finally, after years of work by the MicroLife Institute to bring this to life and a long year of construction, the community is almost complete. Situated on a half-acre, the community features eight homes on permanent foundations. Further, the sizes range from 250-492 square feet. Each home is oriented around a shared common green space with edible landscaping.

Looking for a legally permitted tiny home? Purchase one of three cottages currently available for sale! Importantly, offers will be accepted until April 7, 2021. MicroLife shares full details on their website here.

“We will review all offers on April 8, 2021, and get back to everyone as soon as possible. Proof of funds or a pre-approval letter from a lender for the offer price will be required within 24 hours of acceptance of the offer.”

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2 thoughts on “Tiny Houses for Sale at Exciting New Pocket Neighborhood”

  1. It’s typically cheaper to build a tiny house than to buy one. Sullivan interviewed several first-time builders, whose costs ranged from $12,000 to $35,000. But it’s possible to build a tiny home for less than $10,000: One couple paid $8,000 to build their 24-foot-long, 8-foot-wide, 13-foot-tall tiny house.

  2. @john, usually for sure. But with current OSB prices ($45 plus a sheet even at most mills) and the current price of lumber. Building a 200 Sq ft tiny house right now will cost upwards of 6/7k in lumber alone.

    After that adding everything else you need for the home will cost you another 5/15k (depending on how fancy you get).

    I just built a small cabin (120 Sq ft with a 60 Sq ft loft). And just the OSB cost $1300. It’s simply a horrible time to build until these mills get production ramped back up post pandemic and building slows.


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