This is a 20-foot tiny house that you can order on Amazon. It’s an RVIA-certified tiny home on wheels by Bantam Built Homes.
The home is their 20-foot long Everest Model that you may remember. It’s unique because it’s a 20-foot tiny house with a main floor bedroom. It also has a multi-functional living area that can possibly be transformed into additional space for sleeping, a couch, dining space, or your workspace. It seems like a very versatile because of it’s design and easy to tow because it’s not too tall and only 20-feet long.
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20-Foot Tiny House You Can Order on Amazon by Bantam Built Homes
20-Foot Tiny House on Wheels with a Main Floor Bedroom – Easy to Tow THOW
The Kitchen and Dining Area
The Bathroom with RV Flush Toilet, Vanity, Shower, and Window
Images © Bantam Built Homes
Would You Order a Tiny House on Amazon?
Would you ever order a tiny house from Amazon? In this case, you’re really still ordering directly from Bantam Built Tiny Homes you’re just using Amazon to do it. It’s still pretty interesting though.
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This Tiny Home Costs About $50,000 USD
This tiny house is priced at $49,995 before any applicable shipping and/or taxes. Learn more about how you can order this tiny house on Amazon here.
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