As Billy Joel sings, "Some folks like to get away. Take a holiday from the neighborhood." Maybe you're looking for a beach-side getaway or possibly want to downgrade to something a bit more relaxed. Either way, consider these three Washington waterfront tiny homes to see if they're what you're looking for.
Up on Camano Island, $299K gets you a 360-square-foot cottage that sits on a lot on Triangle Cove, a calm low-tide area on the island's east side. Hang out inside where there's new laminate flooring, windows, and a full kitchen. Or head outside to take walk, launch your kayak, or watch nature do it's thing. Don't forget the washer/dryer shed out back. [Windermere]
Out in Ocean Shores you'll find this 400-square-foot cottage just two blocks from the, uh, ocean shores. The loft bedroom lets you get up above it all while a built-in wall bed folds out in the living area for guests. Part of a four-cottage development so you've got neighbors close-by but then lots of open space to explore after that. You can't miss the bright green paint outside or the reasonable $122K price. [Estately]
We've covered this Tulalip Bay tiny home before but it bears repeating, especially since they brought the price down from $399K to $349K. The 420 square-foot waterfront home comes with a deck that seems to include that much square-footage of it's own. The place itself is a studio but also comes with a 100 square-foot basement as well as lots of storage space. [CS]