See a Teeny Tiny 84 Square Foot Macon County Missouri Bunkhouse
Size doesn't matter (or so I'm told), but that's not necessarily true when it comes to where you live. Do you think you could fit your life into a tiny 84 square foot Missouri bunkhouse? You'd be surprised what has been squished into this small space.
I saw this unique space just shared on Tiny House Listings by Corrie in Atlanta, Missouri in Macon County. Here's a little bit of the backstory shared by her on the listing:
Small but mighty. This tiny home features two bunks, small kitchen set up with 2 burner induction cooktop, mini fridge, and small sink. Bathroom is separated with a pocket door and features an RV flush toilet with a full size shower. 25 gallon freshwater tank with pump that runs on grid or with 12 V deep cycle marine battery when off grid. Has blackwater tank for sink and toilet. Shower can run straight through to outside or to the tank depending on your location.
One other unique aspect of this teeny tiny home is the wood used is from a fallen barn from the 1800's.
I have no idea how she fit a kitchen, shower, bathroom and sleeping space into this place.
You can fit a bed in the upper loft area and you have your own sleeping quarters.
Your throne awaits your highness.
You don't have to live without a shower either. This is nice especially for a home that's only 84 square feet.
It looks like Corrie is making this available with an asking price of $16,500 as of this writing. The question of fitting a life into an 84 square foot space is a very personal one, but this is one of the most unique Missouri tiny homes I've ever seen.