Lil Abode Tiny House Can Be Separated for Relocation

The Lil Abode company in Seaside, Calif. near Monterey currently has a tiny house for sale. This 480 square foot home has some great details including a full height loft and a spiral staircase. The Lil Abode company builds 120 to 480 square foot tiny houses that can be separated into two units for ease of relocation within the Northern California area. This home is being sold for $54,000.


The Lil Abode can be used as an A.D.U. (Accessory Dwelling Unit), mother-in-law unit, art or music studio, or a caretakers cottage. The home shown is a 12×20 foot home with a total height of 15’6″. The 2×4 wall construction with R-13 fiberglass insulation has roughed in electrical and plumbing that buyers can finish with a qualified professional.




Custom built Lil Abode homes use environmentally conscious foundations, that require no concrete and have extremely low environmental impact. The homes feature hand hewn open beam ceilings, heating and air conditioning, shake or corrugated dew collecting roof systems and off grid options. There is also a designated area on the upper floor for a stackable washer and dryer. The homes can also be shipped with full appliance packages. Other features include:

  • Dual-Pane Milgard windows
  • 3/8″ Resawn Douglas fir plywood siding
  • Composite wood floor with 10 year warranty
  • Travertine kitchen and bathroom counters
  • Custom built plank doors, cabinets and drawers
  • 1×4 redwood windows and corner trim
  • Two burner electric cooktop
  • Countertop oven


Photos by Lil Abode/Facebook


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Anita - January 19, 2016 Reply

Seperated means thermal bridge.
In colder areas this could become a problem.

    mike - January 23, 2016 Reply

    I have built in Truckee ca(58 below zero record) for 30 years i know all about cold ,Please note that the perimeter wall go to the top of floor joists.This eliminates the typical rim joist.There is only 2 1/2 inches of horizontal area that isn’t insulated and that area is solid wood.The” Abode” is incredibly efficient. Thanks Mike

    Rhi - February 1, 2016 Reply

    Separated can also be a solution to a problem. Many people have commented about problems with mold and water buildup in tiny homes. Having the toilet and shower separate from the main home isolates the problem and the repairs.

    The home could be moved on its own and (in a worst case) the bathroom abandoned, using an outhouse or port-a-potty. It also makes the main building lighter if you wanted to tow it for a camping vacation and leave the bathroom behind.

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