Brasstown, NC, is known for “two things,” according to realtor Susan Christensen: the John C. Campbell Folk School and the New Year’s Eve Opossum drop. But it should be known for one more tiny detail: namely, the location of a tiny house, built single-handedly by carpenter and owner Melissa Vines. The sweet house is now on the market for $120,000.
“This is where you come when you say, ‘Stop the world, I want to get off,’” Christensen says of the town. And the 480-square-foot wood cabin just might be the perfect getaway retreat.
Located on 2 acres of woodsy land, with a creek nearby, the private spot could work as a year-round hideaway or a vacation home.
Vines, who lived in the one-bedroom, one-bathroom home full time, first camped in a trailer on the land she had purchased. “I decided I wanted to get away from the city and came up here,” Vines recalls.
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