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$100k tiny house with two main floor sleeping areas

This is a gorgeous $100k tiny house with two main floor sleeping areas.

Walmart’s Allswell brand, which sells bedding, hired Modern Tiny Living to custom-build it.

Allswell is touring the country with the tiny home featuring the company’s mattresses and other bedding products with stops scheduled in New York City, Hoboken, Philadelphia, D.C., Atlanta, Nashville, Austin, Dallas, Bentonville, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Portland, and Seattle. So be on the lookout for it! More details below.

Since they figured some people will want the tiny house itself, you will be able to customize and buy it.

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Walmart Hires Modern Tiny Living to Build $100k Tiny House You Can Tour or Buy… To Create Awareness of their Allswell Mattress Brand

Beautiful Tiny House Interior with Main Floor Bedroom – Allswell Tiny House – By Modern Tiny Living

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Beautiful $100k Tiny House Interior with Two Main Floor Sleeping Areas – Allswell Tiny House – Built by Modern Tiny Living

Allswell Tiny House Kitchen – Built by Modern Tiny Living

It Was All A Dream – Tiny House Bathroom

Allswell Tiny House Bathroom – Built by Modern Tiny Living

Walmart Allswell Tiny House Built by Modern Tiny Living

Images © Modern Tiny Living

The tiny home tour is a result of customers inquiring about where they can try the mattress in person. There are plans to stop in Philadelphia, Washington D.C., Atlanta, Nashville, Dallas, Austin, Los Angeles, San Francisco, and Portland.5

Since you’ll probably want to move in once you see inside the gorgeous Allswell Tiny Home, they want you to have one of your own. Beginning on February 7, an Allswell-designed tiny home could actually be yours-for a starting price of $100,000.8

Get a quote to build your own tiny house just like this from Modern Tiny Living – right here!

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  1. Modern Tiny Living (builder)
  2. Allswell Tiny House Tour Schedule (And More Photos)
  3. Allswell
  4. Buy this tiny house (starts at $100k)
  5. Forbes
  6. CNN
  7. Business Insider
  8. Yahoo!

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  • Avatar Vickie L Echerd February 12, 2019, 8:22 pm

    kind of defeats the purpose of low or no mortgages

  • Avatar john February 12, 2019, 10:50 pm

    Nice home…
    That being said, $100k? Really?
    My daughter and son-in-law built a 1200 square foot 3 bedroom, 2 full bath home with a concrete foundation for $75k all in. What in the world is in this home for 100k? I am all for making a profit for my labors, but really? Wow. People are really taking advantage of the tiny home movement.

    • Avatar Vickie L Echerd February 13, 2019, 12:27 am

      I agree!!

    • Avatar Sheila Plourde February 13, 2019, 12:31 am

      I so agree.

    • Avatar James D. February 13, 2019, 2:53 am

      In a way but it’s more complicated than that, the price actually isn’t from the builder but Walmart because this is part of their Allswell brand promotion and they appear to have the rights to the design and so that cost is also including them…

      THOWs from the builder actually start at a more reasonable $59K-$69K…

      Though, there are things to understand about the numerous differences between DIY and a Commercial Builder doing custom work that makes prices comparisons between them seem very lopsided…

      The obvious difference being DIY means you’re not paying anyone else for the work but that’s more a trade off because the person doing the DIY has to sacrifice their time and energy to do the work.

      So the actual costs go beyond just what was spent on the materials but that isn’t factored into the costs, along with some other things like cost of tools to do the work, so it makes commercial building seem much more costly in comparison…

      DIY builder also doesn’t have to cover the cost of running a business, paying employees, having insurance coverage and healthcare benefits for employees, paying license and numerous other fees that commercial builders have to deal with…

      But there’s also the extent of the work, as custom building means going beyond just building a house and houses are not all equivalent or equal.

      A house that has to be movable has to be a lot stronger, more rigid, and capable of handling a wider range of weather and climate extremes than a house that doesn’t have to be moved, for example.

      What determines costs also goes well beyond just the size of the home as well and many of these builds are including custom furniture and other details that require the builder to do a lot of extra work.

      Even just the choices of materials can vary costs by a lot… Like windows can range from just a few hundred each to thousands each and there are even higher priced options that some people choose for their homes… Like a custom Bi-Fold kitchen window can cost over $10K by itself…

      So there can be a world of difference from one house to the next, and a lot of the costs are actually down to people’s choices.

      So it’s like the difference between going to a tailor, fashion designer, or custom furniture maker instead of just buying something from a budget department store… People have choices but not everyone is choosing the most economical options.

      Most tiny house builders are actually making less than they would building regular houses. A number of builders have even gone out of business…

      It would be a lot less costly for builders to build standard model homes that just meet the minimums and not do custom work for each and every client but that’s what most of the market is demanding of most of them right now and not every builder can balance the high costs of custom building with still making enough profits to stay in business…

      While there are builders who are specifically trying to build budget priced homes but they often get overlooked and it’s more a problem of what most people are demanding of builders…

      • Avatar John February 13, 2019, 11:00 am

        I have owned my own business and several family members are contractors and builders. As you stated this is a walmart home. And they are going to get their piece of the pie for sure. But the profit margin on this is ridiculous. You can buy a house and property for this much in many parts of the country. Again people are taking advantage of the tiny home movement and the only way to stop them is just pass them by and look at companies that have the spirit of the movement in mind and not just dollar signs.

        • Avatar James D. February 13, 2019, 2:35 pm

          John, having owned your own business you should know what it’s like for a small business, which is what most of these tiny house builders are and not corporations. Many of them are often family run and just blue collar workers trying to make a living…

          When you’re a small business you don’t tell the customer what to buy, the customer tells you what they want and you either provide it or let their business go to someone else who will and have to compete with other businesses to boot as there’s clearly no monopoly on tiny house builders with most states having dozens to choose from and most of them will deliver to anywhere in the nation, with a few who will even ship overseas…

          Again, most builders aren’t making a lot of profit, there’s more than a dozen in the last few years that have gone out of business because they didn’t make enough profits to stay in business.

          Monarch Tiny Homes, Tiny Green Cabins LLC, Upper Valley Tiny Homes, are all examples of builders who have gone out of business and more disappear every year… Upper Valley Tiny Homes was actually doing well before they went out of business, building multiple homes a month, but the profit margins are so small that any mistake can quickly escalate into major losses and that’s what happened to them…

          While I can point to dozens of budget tiny house builders who simply aren’t getting a lot of customers because most people buying in the market want the high end custom builds…

          Incredible Tiny Homes, Mini Mansions Tiny Home Builders LLC, Houses Built Tiny LLC… are just a few examples of builders who have starting prices of $25K or less!

          Incredible Tiny Homes even just did a promotional 30 16′ THOWs for $15K each to get people to help start a community they want to develop with around an additional $6K for a 60×60 lot that will help pay for the development of the community and in exchange they’ll have 2 years no rent and just around $250 a month starting the 3rd year and have a gated community for tiny homes with high speed internet service…

          And that’s not the first time I’ve seen commercial builders try to offer something that low… A few years ago, Compact Cottages tried to sell 16′ THOWs for $16K but they didn’t sell well and now they’re just a Park Model RV builder now… Among other examples where companies have tried but the market for them just wasn’t there…

          A more recent example is Core Housing Solutions, that will hopefully succeed, is producing a move in ready 1 bedroom (no loft) 25′ THOW for just $28K constructed from SIPs that provides low maintenance, high durability, better than most insulation value, and is much lighter than equivalent size THOWs for easier towing…

          So the real problem is there’s just a lot of people who are demanding high end custom homes… There’s actually a wide range of choices available, but not everyone is choosing the cheapest way to have them built and that’s their choice!

          Many builders would actually prefer to make lower cost homes, because it usually means less work for them and there’s usually less risk of something going wrong but that only works if there’s enough demand for them to make a living from it…

          In the end, the builders really can only go where the market demand puts them or find another line of work… Supply and demand works both ways, which means both consumers and builders are responsible for how it shapes the market…

  • Avatar Sheila Plourde February 13, 2019, 12:31 am

    This is real nice. The price is way to much. Is very pretty though. Am not cheap but a long time ago, the prices were very reasonable.

  • Avatar Angela February 13, 2019, 12:50 am

    A key component of tiny houses is affordability. This house, while I like some of the design features, is not affordable. And it doesn’t have a full kitchen No cooktop, no oven, and it is still 100K? Hmmm…well let’s see how many people love it enough to spend 100k. I’m guessing there’s no land to put it on, either.

    • Avatar James D. February 13, 2019, 3:28 am

      It’s actually a show model for Walmart to show off their Allswell branded products.

      Though, there is a Summit 2-burner white cooktop between the sink and the fridge and there always could be additional appliances stored away.

      But the $100K is for a Allswell designed home, which basically means you’re also paying Walmart for it, it’s including high end name brand fixtures and the actual home can look different from the show model photos…

      So it’s for those who want a designer style home… But if you go to the Builder’s site you’ll find the prices for their regular homes start much lower and you can just have them custom build something similar for less…

  • Avatar jeremy February 13, 2019, 11:59 am

    I couldn’t agree more with James D. People who haven’t attempted building one of these don’t truly know the time and cost that goes into a quality tiny house. Sure one could build one cheaper, I built my first for under 10k but that meant bartering, begging, dumpster diving, and a ton of labor, head scratching and sleepless nights. My guess is this one is close to 50k in materials, so 100k price tag makes sense if you’re following the 50:50 standard…50% materials 50% labor/profit. Sure DYI’s can do it cheaper but most do not have the time, skill set, or vision to take on such a project. As a self taught builder working to complete my 7th tiny house I am continually frustrated every time I see the comments about “high priced” quality built tiny houses. I encourage those that think these are too pricey do your homework, pick up a hammer, and put down your phone.

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