Tiny Houses in Rhode Island

Tiny Houses for Sale

Small houses have become more and more popular over the last few years.  It’s fun to watch the TV shows about it, but the fact is, many people are considering it for financial reasons, simplified living or simply just downsizing. There are some factors you may want to consider before settling for a tiny house. We’ll talk more about that further down below.

Another problem is, here in RI, they are still in fairly short supply in some areas.

So let’s dive in! First, let’s take a look here at some  Tiny houses for sale right now, in Rhode Island. When you’re through browsing, be sure to scroll down to the bottom to get some more info on Tiny Houses to help further your research.

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SMALL

1,000 square feet
and under

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TINY

500 square feet
and under

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TINIER

300 square feet
and under

Tiny Houses

These are homes under 500 square feet: 

These are homes under 300 square feet: 

Below you will find smallish homes under 1000 square feet. 

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Things to consider with Tiny Houses

Parking

A tiny home means you will likely have a tiny lot as well. When browsing through the houses on the list and in the MLS,
be sure to check first if it has a driveway. If not, is there ample street parking? If you have to park on the street, consider what parking might be like through winter months and snow bans.

Privacy

Again, a Tiny home could mean a tiny piece of land. If your tiny home is in the city, are you going to be sardined between your neighbors homes?

Appliances & Furniture

When house shopping, be sure to bring your tape measure. Measure for appliances and then shop around to check prices. You may have a hard time finding appliances that will fit (if the house doesn’t come with appliances) and they could be more expensive than standard size appliances. The same goes for furniture. Be sure that you’ll be able to fit all of your “stuff”.  Tiny houses can be great, but make sure you don’t have to sell all of your current belongings and buy all new stuff to make it work.