The 9 Grooviest Homes Hippies Can Buy Right Now

Candace Ramirez

Unique Homes

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Whatever you choose to call them- hippies, free spirits, beatniks, flower children, the fact is they’re still out there, looking for homes. Here at Estately we believe your home should reflect who you are. So whether you’re on the bus or off the bus, take a look at the 9 grooviest homes for sale on Estately right now.

 

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Coldwell Banker Greater Valley

This off-grid yurt in the Tehachapi Mountains is just a few hours north of Los Angeles. It has a permitted well and runs on solar power. See it HERE

 

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Coldwell Banker Preferred-Blue Bell

This one may not look all that hippie-ish, but local lore suggests it was at one time part of a skinny dipping hippie commune. See it HERE

 

RE/MAX PLATINUM GROUP
RE/MAX PLATINUM GROUP

For the color-loving hippie, this quirky home with a wooden caboose won’t disappoint. See it HERE

 

Berkshire Hathaway-FTC
Berkshire Hathaway-FTC

Here’s a double geodesic dome home with a greenhouse and 40 acres. See it HERE

 

Emily Kubichko / Pinkham Real Estate
Emily Kubichko / Pinkham Real Estate

Those interested in a minimalist lifestyle will appreciate this tiny A-frame cabin. At only 538 square feet, it’s the perfect way to leave everything behind and start a new life in the woods. See it HERE

 

Colliers International
Colliers International

Location is key with this one. It may appear plain, but it sits in San Francisco’s Haight-Ashbury district. If you’ve got $5,395,000 to spare, you could be living in the heart of hippie history. See it HERE

 

Land and Wildlife LLC
Land and Wildlife LLC

If the corporate life is not for you, why not leave The Man behind, and buy yourself the largest certified organic cranberry bog on the West Coast? See it HERE

 

WK Real Estate
WK Real Estate

This Colorado forest retreat cabin sits right next to the Middle St. Vrain River. See it HERE

 

The Chickering Company, Inc
The Chickering Company, Inc

This home is accessed through the Yosemite National Park Gates, and the land was included in the original 1905 park boundary. Hippie or not, who could turn down living in a national park? See it HERE

 

If you’re a hippie trying to decide where to live, these two Estately articles might be of help…

17 Best U.S. Cities for Hippies

10 Best U.S. States for Hippies