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$10k Tiny House Built in 3 Months


This is an $11k tiny house built in 3 months. It’s the 69-square-feet Magenta Tiny House by Joshua Woodsman of Pin-Up Houses.

It features a living area, kitchenette, dining nook, and a chemical toilet. It’s very small, lightweight, affordable to build, and easy to tow. What do you think? Please take the photo tour of this tiny house below, watch the video tour, and then let us know what you think about it in the comments.

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69-Square-Foot Magenta Tiny House Built for Only $9,900 in Just 3 Months

$11k Tiny House Built in 3 Months

Photos via Joshua Woodsman/Pin-Up Houses

$2,100 was spent on materials and $7,800 on labor for a total of $9,900

$11k Tiny House Built in 3 Months

So if you do the labor yourself, you could build something like this for well under $5k!

$11k Tiny House Built in 3 Months

The material is waterproof plywood, spruce beams and laths, and polystyrene insulation

$11k Tiny House Built in 3 Months

What do you think of the raw plywood design elements? I think I like it…

The Magenta Tiny House

Magenta Tiny House

It’s small enough so that it’s easy to tow

Magenta Tiny House

It’s 11-feet and 2-inches long, 6-feet 2-inches wide, and about 10-feet 10-inches tall

Magenta Tiny House

Magenta Tiny House  is the  prototype which is part of our ongoing research into the feasibility of mass-produced prefabricated tiny houses. This concept is based on our long-term experience with tiny house construction, creating easy to follow plans and books for DIY constructors.

Magenta Tiny House

Magenta Tiny House

Magenta Tiny House

Magenta Tiny House

Magenta Tiny House

Magenta Tiny House

Magenta Tiny House

Magenta Tiny House

Magenta Tiny House

Magenta Tiny House

Magenta Tiny House

We have just finished building a new mobile home named Magenta. It is a manifesto of temporary independent housing, against debt and mortgages.

Magenta Tiny House

Magenta Tiny House

Photos via Joshua Woodsman/Pin-Up Houses

VIDEO TOUR: Magenta Tiny House – Pin-Up Houses

The house is built on a flat trailer. It is a heat-insulated wooden structure on all sides. The house features a sofa bed, heating stoves, a chemical toilet and a small kitchenette. The house is small and therefore is the storage space situated in clever built-in furniture. An important element of the interior is stretched nets, which are used for stowing things.

The house has functional wiring. The trailer can be connected to the mains by a cable. There are four interior and one exterior light. Two in the main room, one in the toilet and the kitchen. There are also 3 electrical outlets. The kitchenette is equipped with a water tank, a gas cooker and plenty of open and seal-able drawers.Outdoor light and a tilting outdoor table allow you to spend romantic dinners anywhere in the countryside.

Easy to build plans for this house are available on our website!

Design: Joshua Woodsman Pin-Up Houses https://www.pinuphouses.com/

External Dimensions: 11ft 2 “x 6ft 2” / 3410 x 1870 mm

Height with trailer: 10ft 10 ” / 3300 mm

Construction time: 3 months

Price of material + work: 2100 + 7800 USD

Material: waterproof plywood, spruce beams and laths, polystyrene insulation. 

Sources

  1. Pin-Up Houses
  2. YouTube 
  3. Magenta Tiny House Plans

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Andrea has lived simply in small spaces for more than 7 years and enjoys sharing her space saving (and space multiplying) tips from experience.

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  • Avatar Patty January 18, 2019, 2:11 am

    Pretty decent for 69 sq ft!

  • Avatar Bob H January 18, 2019, 6:20 am

    Perfect for the homeless or extremely low income

  • Avatar Karen Blackburn January 18, 2019, 7:55 am

    Nice design. Ideal for holidays or as a hideaway for artists/writers. Would also be perfect for the teenager who wants some autonomy while still under mum’s/dad’s eye or just needing cheap liveable accommodation for college or university. Add on a couple of feet to the width and I could easily live in this full time.

  • Avatar Marsha Cowan January 19, 2019, 11:47 am

    It’s a good design, and I love the concise little kitchen inset, but I am confused about how the door could open to the outside in some pictures, and looks like it is inset a couple feet in the drawing and in other pictures. In other words, are those storage departments encasing the door, or are they facing the center as you come into the door? I guess I would need a floor plan to see.

    • Avatar James D. January 19, 2019, 1:48 pm

      I may be wrong but I think you’re confusing the bathroom door with the exterior door that’s on the opposite side… The exterior door is not shown in the drawing but is by where the wood stove is located…

  • Avatar Marsha Cowan January 19, 2019, 11:45 pm

    Oh! Well, that makes sense. Thanks! I like this design.

  • Avatar Prima Donna January 21, 2019, 2:52 pm

    Agree w/ the other comment about this being a good low income housing solution! The house is really cute, but those colors are a bad idea for a home exterior-pink and yellow are the worst for attracting bees. Lots of bees. I love fun colors like this and maybe a bright green and blue would still be fun and pop and not draw the bees in the house.

  • Avatar Victoria Banaszak January 26, 2019, 2:55 pm

    This would make a cute mobile art studio if a bit larger windows were used in it.

  • Avatar Eric Williams April 6, 2019, 11:46 am

    Boy! Is that ever pink! Need sunglasses to look at it.

  • Avatar Eric April 6, 2019, 10:33 pm

    I hate… WITH A PASSION… plywood walls. Having said that… here it just works. Maybe due to the small size, dunno. It just does.

  • Avatar PENNY A SCHMIDT April 8, 2019, 2:31 pm

    Was wondering about what type of wood stove they used. looks like single burner on top of propane bottle in kitchenette. Not sure where to move it to while cooking because take small pots to get in cubby. Worst case could put a removable shower (possibly tent type camping) outside with box for hand held shower but would need water hookups. I missed any mention on that.

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