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10-Foot Wide Laurier Tiny House with Main Floor Bedroom and More!


This is the Laurier Tiny House on Wheels by Minimaliste. It’s a 365-square-feet tiny home that’s 10-feet wide and 32-feet long. As you may already know, Minimaliste designs and builds modern and very comfortable tiny houses thanks to the extra width they’re willing to build.

Normally, a tiny house like this is best if you’re staying put in one place for a long period of time. In other words, if you don’t plan on moving around very often. This is a great tiny house to park somewhere on your own land or maybe in a park model community and just leave it there and enjoy it for a while. And of course, if you ever have to move, you definitely can! A tiny house like this has pretty much all of the amenities you get in a residential-quality home including some extra space. High-quality materials, craftsmanship, and extra space do come at a cost, though, and this unit starts at $128,000 CAD which is approximately $96,605 USD. It’s a lot of money for sure, but after looking at it, I think it’s hard to say it wouldn’t be worth every penny, what do you think?

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365-Square-Feet, 10-Feet Wide Laurier Tiny House by Minimaliste

Laurier 10ft Wide Tiny House by Minimaliste

Images © Minimaliste

Inside of a 10-ft. wide tiny house!

Laurier 10ft Wide Tiny House by Minimaliste

It’s so relaxing and beautiful…

Laurier 10ft Wide Tiny House by Minimaliste

Wow, this is super-nice…

Laurier 10ft Wide Tiny House by Minimaliste

You can tell this was built by professionals.

Laurier 10ft Wide Tiny House by Minimaliste

Do you like the ceiling?

Laurier 10ft Wide Tiny House by Minimaliste

The built-in LED lighting is so nice.

Laurier 10ft Wide Tiny House by Minimaliste

Wow, look at these cabinets…

Laurier 10ft Wide Tiny House by Minimaliste

And the tile work.

Laurier 10ft Wide Tiny House by Minimaliste

Modern electrical work.

Laurier 10ft Wide Tiny House by Minimaliste

Look at this little shelf/bar area.

Laurier 10ft Wide Tiny House by Minimaliste

The staircase has drawers. It’s a cabinet.

Laurier 10ft Wide Tiny House by Minimaliste

Beautiful loft space.

Laurier 10ft Wide Tiny House by Minimaliste

Do you like sleeping lofts? You don’t have to…

Laurier 10ft Wide Tiny House by Minimaliste

A look below. It’s so beautiful.

Laurier 10ft Wide Tiny House by Minimaliste

You can see what a difference 10-ft wide tiny houses make as far as space goes…

Laurier 10ft Wide Tiny House by Minimaliste

Want to see the bathroom?

Laurier 10ft Wide Tiny House by Minimaliste

Yes, you actually go through the bathroom to get to the main-floor bedroom. You’ll see in a moment.

Laurier 10ft Wide Tiny House by Minimaliste

First please notice the luxury shower.

Laurier 10ft Wide Tiny House by Minimaliste

Looks pretty spacious.

Laurier 10ft Wide Tiny House by Minimaliste

You can see some built-in shelves, too.

Laurier 10ft Wide Tiny House by Minimaliste

Pretty interesting design!

Laurier 10ft Wide Tiny House by Minimaliste

Here’s that bedroom…

Laurier 10ft Wide Tiny House by Minimaliste

Looks so nice!

Laurier 10ft Wide Tiny House by Minimaliste

The bed looks very comfortable. And it opens up to the loft!

Laurier 10ft Wide Tiny House by Minimaliste

Built-in storage.

Laurier 10ft Wide Tiny House by Minimaliste

Oh, wow. This is a table on sliders!

Laurier 10ft Wide Tiny House by Minimaliste

Breakfast in bed please?

Laurier 10ft Wide Tiny House by Minimaliste

How cool is that?

Laurier 10ft Wide Tiny House by Minimaliste

Would this tiny house design work for you?

Laurier 10ft Wide Tiny House by Minimaliste

If not, what would you change about it?

Laurier 10ft Wide Tiny House by Minimaliste

This living room is super-nice!

Laurier 10ft Wide Tiny House by Minimaliste

So what do you think?

Laurier 10ft Wide Tiny House by Minimaliste

Pretty impressive inside, isn’t it?

Laurier 10ft Wide Tiny House by Minimaliste

Images © Minimaliste

Video Tour of the Laurier 10-Foot Wide THOW with a Main Floor Bedroom by Minimaliste

The Laurier is our sixth project and it was built for a lady from North Carolina. Ergonomically designed to meet the physical limitations of our client, the Laurier features a master bedroom on the main floor. This energy-efficient tiny-house also brings together several functional innovations, discover them in this page!

The base price of the Laurier is $ 128,000, contact us in the quote section to receive the technical sheet and see all our base price included. Our tiny houses on wheels are all unique, our models have been built to meet the specific needs of our customers. Prices vary greatly depending on the options chosen. At Minimaliste, we manufacture high-end products. Our customers can expect to pay between $75,000 and $160,000 CAN for a custom-built, turnkey construction.  Pricing in the US vary with the currency ups and down.

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  • Avatar Eric
    January 25, 2019, 2:44 pm

    2′ wider makes a huge difference. Nidely done; nice finishes. I’d prefer more/bigger windows, I think. And the main floor bedroom is great, though feels a bit claustrophobic to me. Still… I’d buy it, if there was ever a place I could afford to park it forever.

  • Avatar Karen Blackburn
    January 26, 2019, 5:02 am

    Nicely done, hope the client has many happy years in this. Really like the downstairs bedroom which has space at the side to stand and is wide enough for clothes storage. Only difference I would choose would be a door on the toilet compartment else there could easily be an awkward moment if there were visitors staying over night. Very nice indeed.

  • Avatar Bob H
    January 26, 2019, 8:30 am

    Very nice, looks like a bargain @ $96,000.

  • Avatar Mal Smith
    February 3, 2019, 7:28 am

    I like the interior design and it’s fixtures and fittings. White walls with dark wood. Very nice. Decent kitchen and shower room/toilet. And from the pictures on my tablet the build quality and craftsmanship looks good. Not so keen on its overall box like exterior shape though. $96,605! It’s certainly a lot of money! But is $96,605 a lot or too much for this? Being a carpenter, fitted furniture installer and contractor I understand how costs mount up. Factory workshop overheads, skilled labour wages, raw materials, quality fittings and fixtures, profit and taxes all have to be taken into consideration when having something built for you by a business/service supplier. If I wanted something like this, couldn’t do it myself, but could afford afford $96,605 would I pay that much? Probably. But only if I couldn’t do it myself and had a lot more money than $96,605!

    • Avatar James D.
      February 4, 2019, 11:12 am

      Basically, Minimaliste is a full custom builder. So it’s like going to a custom furniture maker and having something specifically tailored to your needs and personal tastes/preferences.

      So everything from the size and shape of the home to the smallest details of the interior design is what they will customize for their clients.

      They even had a client once that was worried about EMF exposure, so they integrated shielding throughout the structure for her.

      • Avatar Yvonna
        August 30, 2019, 11:18 am

        That’s amazing with the EMF shielding!

  • Avatar Susan
    February 3, 2019, 11:15 am

    I love the overall design, especially the 1st floor bedroom. It is a little pricey. One could always argue the cost, but it appears they used all high end finishes, and built for someone specific. This one was built as a forever home. As an older individual, I’d definitely consider it, despite the price, as it has everything I could possibly want in a home, and still have a smaller footprint…

  • Avatar lsb
    February 14, 2019, 8:17 pm

    They are basically building a high end Park series mobile home.

  • Avatar Tiffany
    February 24, 2019, 12:24 am

    Would a special license be needed to haul this in the US , I mean it’s 10″ wide.I was told that my future tiny home can’t be anything wider than 8″6, is this correct, any info would help.Also if anyone knows a great place to buy a trailer in South Fl..Please let me know . Thank You 🙂

    • Avatar Alex
      February 25, 2019, 11:59 am

      Yes, you would need a special permit to tow it (think: wide load).

      It’s not the best choice if you want to move about frequently, but it’s great if you plan to stay put and only move once in a blue moon.

      What do you all think?

  • Avatar Magggiee
    July 18, 2020, 4:26 pm

    I believe I saw a dishwasher. That or a double sink is a must for me.

    Other than that (because of thee downstairs bedroom) I think it’s close to perfect!

  • Avatar Edith Ferguson
    August 23, 2020, 4:27 pm

    Hi , Bonjour 🙂

    Just watched your video online for the Laurier LOVE IT ! I am in the process of building a tiny house , do you sell your specialty items online ? Also are the cupboards Ikea ? And where do you purchase you cooktop range combo ?

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