Buy This Tiny Home in Mills River Acony Bell Tiny Home Community
One of the tiny houses at the Acony Bell Tiny Home Community is for sale on Facebook Marketplace. Want to see the photos? The house is set up, but is on a frame with wheels, so it is towable. You can leave it where it is or move it anywhere.
Liberation Tiny Home $90,000
21 Acony Bell Way, Mills River, NC
238 square feet
Listed is a 36ft by 8.5ft Liberation home built in 2018. The Trailer size is 32ft but there are 2 bump outs that give an extra 4 feet of space. The tiny house is currently parked in beautiful Asheville at Acony Bell. They are happy to keep the house there (pending a credit check and interview) but if you have some land, you are welcome to tow the house. If you decide to tow the house, there is a spare wheel in case there is a blow out.
The kitchen is equipped with a standard size refrigerator, Farmhouse sink, Countertop Dishwasher and propane Stove/Oven. As shown in the pictures, the bathroom has floor to ceiling tiles and a clawfoot tub. The loft above the kitchen has a built in desk and bookshelf; this space can fit a twin sized bed. The loft above the bathroom is large enough for a queen size bed and some room on either side; this space has an opening skylight. The Washer/Dryer Combo, TV and folding chairs will be included with house purchase. The Shed is also included in the purchase. It is insulated, powered and has A/C. Let me know if you are not interested in the shed.
We absolutely loved living in our tiny house. We moved in June of 2020 to a village in PA and moved down to Asheville 6 months later. Our determination to sell the house is from our daughter being born in December of last year. Although she is tiny, she takes of a lot of space. Kim Brittain (Acony Bell Resident) will be showing the house for us. If you are interested, please contact her [hidden information] or [hidden information]. If you like the house, Kim will give get you in contact with us to agree on a Price.
Liberation Tiny Homes is in Leola, Pennsylvania. They sell build-to-order tiny houses and shells.
Shells are are partially built tiny homes. They are available in different stages of completion. Usually they have the electric and plumbing finished and are dried in. They you finish the inside. Liberation offers three stages. You can buy just the Trailer with Framing, Sheathing and Housewrap. The next stage includes the Roof, Windows, Doors, Siding and Fixtures. Stage Three includes Electric, Plumbing and Propane Rough ins and a Mini Split.
Liberation Tiny Homes sells standard models or you can create a custom home. They also sometimes have completed tiny houses ready to buy.
This is the back of the tiny house. I have no idea what the point of the lattice is supposed to be doing.
Each bump out adds 2-feet. This bump out has the bathroom sink in it.
The other bump is over the kitchen.
The house is already set up at Acony Bell Tiny Home Community in Mills River, North Carolina. Mills River is near Asheville and Hendersonville. It is very near the Pisgah National Forest and the Blue Ridge Parkway.
Both doors have windows with blinds for light and privacy.
There is a kitchen at one end, bathroom at the other end, with a living area between them. Bedroom areas can be in the lofts over the kitchen and bathroom.
The kitchen has standard sized appliances, herringbone subway tile and a Farmhouse sink. The stove runs on propane.
There is counter space and windows that open.
There are bottom cabinets and shelving. They have tucked in a lot of storage.
The loft over the kitchen extends two feet past the kitchen wall.
The loft over the kitchen has a built-in desk and shelving. I’m not sure how you would use this desk…
There is enough space for a twin-sized mattress between the desk and shelves.
The bathroom has floor to ceiling tiles. The sink extends past the floor space with a built in cabinet and Vessel Sink.
There is a claw foot tub and a Washer/Dryer Combo.
This is the bump out with the kitchen sink. The bedroom loft is above it.
The bathroom has tile on the floor and walls.
There is storage on both sides as you walk in to the bathroom.
One side has double hanging rods.
Above the bathroom is the bedroom loft. The stairs to the loft have storage in them.
The loft over the bathroom has a skylight, so you can gaze at the stars.
The loft over the bathroom fits a queen-sized mattress.
We toured the Acony Bell Tiny Home Community when they first opened. I looked through my photos and this home wasn’t there yet.