tiny house guide to west virginia

QUICK FACTS:

Are Tiny Houses Legal In West Virginia: Sometimes*

Tiny House Costs In West Virginia: $24,000 – $100,000

Tiny House Friendly Cities: Kanawha City, Parkersburg, Winfield

Tiny House Builders In West Virginia

Build Tiny Construction Berryville, VA

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$35,000-$85,000

Build Tiny is located in Berryville, Virginia, just 28 miles south of Martinsburg, West Virginia. A Green Advantage Certified Builder, owner Robin Hayes has a passion for sustainability. She has more than 35 years of construction and educational experience and can either build your tiny home for you or train you and teach you to do it for yourself. Build Tiny offers custom workshops, building guidance, and ready-built tiny homes.

Hobbitat Space Oakland, MD

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$2,000-$100,000

Hobbitat Spaces was started in January of 2012 by Bill and Sue Thomas. Their first tiny home was inspired by Bill’s grandfather’s barn. Bill and Sue used windows from his childhood cabin and other reclaimed doors and materials. They fell in love with the process, which set the stage for their business.

Located in Oakland, Maryland, just a mere 20 miles east of Kingwood, West Virginia, Hobbitat spaces has many options for tiny home lovers. You can partner with the company to design and build your dream tiny home, or buy plans directly off of the website.

Modern Tiny Living Columbus, OH

Modern Tiny Living

$55,000-$99,000

Modern Tiny Living was started by a group of friends in Columbus, Ohio, just two hours north of Huntington, West Virginia. The design company has since been featured on HGTV, the DIY Network, and many more platforms for its tiny home designs.

Modern Tiny Living offers four prefabricated designs, plus the option to customize your own tiny house. The designs include an array of features in the kitchen, closets, and lofts that compliment your tiny home and maximize space.

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Tiny House Trailer Dealers In West Virginia

Gatormade Trailers Bowden, WV

Gatormade Trailers of West Virginia

$2,000-$10,000

Gatormade Trailers carries utility, enclosed, flatbed, equipment, and many other types of trailers. The company also sells individual trailer parts, rents hauling products, and performs repair services. You can browse its new and used inventory on the website.

Mountaineer RV & Trailer Sales Vienna, WV

Mountaineer RV & Trailer Sales

$2,000-$10,000

In addition to repair services, Mountaineer RV & Trailer Sales has a vast variety of hauling products to offer. The company provides utility trailers, dump trailers, cargo trailers, enclosed trailer, car trailers, racing trailers, equipment trailers, and more for all of your trailer needs.

Jarco Trucks & Trailers Sales Fairmont, WV

Jarco Trucks & Trailers Sales

$3,000-$16,000

Jarco Trucks & Trailers Sales was founded by the Stewart family in 1991 and sells trailers as well as offering repair services. Located in Jarco, West Virginia, Jarco Trucks and Trailers offers many kinds of trailers including enclosed cargo, utility, dump, car haulers, equipment, truck beds, and aluminum hauling products for anything you could need.
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Tiny Houses For Sale In West Virginia

Tiny Houses For Sale In West Virginia

There are many reasons to consider living full time in West Virginia. For starters, the Mountain State has one of the lowest costs of living in the country. The state also tends to have a very relaxed, low-key social currency, made up primarily of forest and farmland.

There’s more to West Virginia than small towns and huge pastures. It boasts four gorgeous, diverse seasons, is dotted with large cities, and is full of outdoor activities to enjoy. Check out these tiny homes for sale in West Virginia and neighboring states like Virginia and Ohio.

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Tiny Houses For Rent In West Virginia


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The state of West Virginia is full of natural beauty and outdoor sites to explore. If you’re looking to experience all that West Virginia has to offer, consider taking a trip to a tiny home before living in the Mountain State full time.

Check out these tiny homes on Airbnb to book your next trip to West Virginia.

Tiny Houses Communities In West Virginia

Tiny house communities are a perfect way get to know others who want to live tiny and engage in a simpler, less chaotic lifestyle. Whether you’re looking to join an intentional living community of like-minded individuals or staying in a tiny house vacation village short term, there is much to be gained from tiny communities.

Check out some of the tiny house communities scattered throughout the Mountain State:

CnH Tiny House Village

Located in Moundsville, West Virginia, the CnH Tiny House Village offers both short-term and long-term rentals. Each tiny house is equipped with standard hotel amenities upon arrival including parking, a bed, shower with hot water, kitchenette, Wi-Fi, TV, and an outside barbecue area. Kitchenettes includes a refrigerator, coffee maker, induction stove, and microwave.

If you plan to stay in the CnH Tiny House Village for a longer period of time, you can customize the unit you choose to fit your needs. You can make a reservation through the link on the website.

Shepherd Village

Shepherd Village in Shepherdstown, West Virginia, prides itself on valuing living simply. This intentional living community mainly targets retirees looking to live a simpler life as they age, however all are welcome at Shepherd Village. Residents of the community live in single-family park model homes and have access to community amenities.

The village was designed by a group of active people, mostly over 55 years old. The founders wanted to create a close-knit neighborhood that supports aging in place, staying actively engaged in life, and enjoying deep friendships.

Each household has a private home and a small yard, plus a share of the common property that includes woods, paths, a community garden, greenhouse, woodworking shop and the common house. The common house is a shared gathering place and second living room with multipurpose rooms, entertainment systems, a kitchen, dining area, screened-in porch, and more.

The community is a four block walk to downtown Shepherdstown shops, restaurants, churches, and Shepherd University. There is a MARC train station nearby with service to Washington, D.C.

Tiny Living Social Groups West Virginia

There are many groups out there that are awesome for people who want to connect with other tiny housers. If you want to connect with people who share a passion for tiny living, consider joining a social group centered on the tiny house lifestyle or similar hobbies like gardening, homesteading, or living off grid.

I encourage you to look for your own social groups and comment your findings at the bottom of our page. Or better yet, start your own group and tell us about it!

Tiny Houses And Off Grid Living West Virginia

This 300-plus member Facebook group was created to provide a communal space for those in West Virginia who live in tiny houses off the grid. Tiny house lovers and off griders alike can share ideas, post tiny houses for sale, give tips for design and building information, and share fundraisers and other tiny house news. They can also share tips for going off the grid as well as off-grid challenges specifically in the state of West Virginia. Anyone is welcome to join.

West Virginia Farming And Homesteading

This Facebook page is a group for those in West Virginia who rely on farming and homesteading to support their simple life. Members can share ideas about simple living, basic homesteading, raising farm animals, and hunting and fishing. The community is small right now, but feel free to join the conversation and add your voice!

West Virginia Garden Club

The West Virginia Garden Club meets in person to discuss all things gardening in the state of West Virginia. The club also participates in the National Garden Clubs Convention and hosts their own West Virginia Garden Club Convention.

A state meeting is held each spring and district meetings each fall. All members may attend the meetings, which offer seminars and workshops directed by recognized experts in their fields. Each member receives West Virginia Garden News three times a year.

Members of the club can learn how to make their yard and community a more beautiful place by participating in courses and activities while protecting the environment and gaining knowledge. Fill out this form to join the West Virginia Garden Club.

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Tiny House Laws & Building Codes West Virginia

*Disclaimer: The information provided on this website should not be taken as an expert opinion, consultation, or advisement of any kind. Building codes, home building, zoning, local laws etc are complicated and ultimately your responsibility to execute legally and safely. You must do your own research, consult with and verify with all applicable authorities, local officials, regulatory bodies, code and zoning officials, and city/state/federal governments. See our full legal page for further information here: https://thetinylife.com/about-us/legal/

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