This is the 20 ft. Everest Model by Bantam Built Homes.
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20 ft. Everest Model THOW by Bantam Built Homes
Images via Bantam Built Homes
Images via Bantam Built Homes
- Starting at $52,500
- All Everest and Notarosa homes include:
- 2 lofts
- Stair access to main loft
- Bamboo hardwood floors
- Black appliances (4 burner stove/oven, 9.9 cu.ft. apartment fridge)
- Butcher block counters
- Stainless steel kitchen sink
- Choice of cabinet color
- 36″ entry door with blinds in-between the window panes
- Chrome fixtures (door handles, faucets, etc.)
- W/D hookup
- RV low flush toilet
- Vanity sink
- Choice of tub or shower base
- Choice between 4 metal siding colors
- Metal frame
- Forced air furnace
- Pioneer mini-split A/C and heat pump
- On-demand hot water heater
- Fresh, grey, and black water holding tanks
- RVIA seal
- Fully insulated walls
- Low voltage LED interior lighting in all spaces
- Everest only:
- Shed style roof
- TPO seamless membrane industrial roofing material
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I don’t know what some of these folks are thinking about when they price some of these….
Zachary, as I’ve watched the prices and sizes of the tiny homes increase over the years, I’ve thought that we are seeing McMansions TINY evolve. I respect everyone’s right to build/buy what suits them, but when the movement began nearly 20 years ago, the emphasis seemed to be on affordable, decent, and somewhat environmentally friendly housing. Monthly I’ve seen the houses increase in size, more expensive finishes come in, and the prices rise. It’s a real study of humans and puzzler to me.
I my self have also been watching this industry from the beginning, and I have watched all the little tricks that the builders within the industry have used.. In the beginning there were some pretty honest hard working, as well as conscionable builders rather than some of the ones we see today who are unconscionable and will to use pretty show dressings in and on houses for the purpose of making the public believe that they have done something far more creative than the average self builder of tiny houses…! The creativity that had been put into tiny houses were always dependent on the self builder and not the commercial builder in which we see today flooding the market with cheep buildings just smartly decorated like department store window dressing…! However their were a few and still are who earnestly deserve that high praise for building with some pretty interesting, and creative styling… Does that mean every builder whom builds a house has created a one off master piece..? No…! Remember there is only so much you can do with the allotted space in order to be able to build what we can legally tow on the roads today.. Now that being said we are down to length, width, and height, and the most notable part of that being width, and height.. Length may vary…! OH …! I almost forgot that other biggie weight… So exactly what is it that they may build that all the others within those legal dimensions don’t all ready have… Lets face it we look at all these houses but what really sets them apart is window dressing.. Some pretty paint, different appliances and those appliances are starting to get pretty limited as well due to size and weight..! So all we are left with are furniture…? And if you are a smart enough shopper you can furnish just as pretty as anyone else, because remember that number one rule beauty is what you believe it is, so what you may like others may find appalling….! But that is what we have to consider when we look at these houses… A price tag does not make the mansion the mansion makes the price tag…!
Zachary, as long as they get customers who are paying it…..
You sound like a true capitalist, Michael. I however feel differently in this case. Those who’d overpay for a TH, whether out of ignorance, a lack of needing to care (about finances) or any combo there-of, only serve to artificially drive up the price for TH’s for any and all who’d intend to enter that market with more noble intentions. So, though you may feel that this trend of inflated pricing in TH’s leaves “no harm done”, I’m afraid it’s quite the opposite. It means that the TH will soon be extinct, other than as novelty vacation pads for the well-to-do. Careful what you wish for!
I’m 100% for affordable housing options, but I’m not sure where that logic would lead to. Essentially that would mean that no one is allowed to purchase something that someone else can’t afford, because they are making it unaffordable. So if you made $20K/year and had the money to splurge on Kellogg’s cereal, but your friend made $15k/year and had to buy the store brand, you’d have to purchase the store brand. And then, no one could purchase anything because there are people without an income. — Tiny House Talk Team
However, the idea that the Kellogg’s cereal is actually worth twice the price of the generic is the problem, if it’s production only warrants a smaller margin of difference. The operative word I used in earlier comment being “artificial” in regards to the price inflation. I’m not claiming to be any expert, just going on observation.
To barrow your grocery example, it’s like you’ve been buying the strawberry jam you like at a particular price/quantity, reflective of the cost of it’s production… but then the manufacturer changes their jar, makes it look slightly higher-end at little or no added cost to their process, but you find the price has actually increased even though it’s a smaller jar now.
Just because some other dupe at the grocery store can afford the new-look jam doesn’t make it fair or morally sound. It’s the basis for the adages “The rich get richer while the poor get poorer” and “it takes money to make money”… Wholly unpalatable concepts impo.
You get what you pay for. I made 5 THs for 5K. They are not going to win in best show contest. I made them to fit together . I even have one that goes on to a pontoon frame. I made mine for just me, a working man. No bells or whistle, no pretty stuff. No tons of windows or crazy lights.
Care to share any details or plans? 5k is right up my alley. I want to build one on the cheap and then when I save enough living in that I will have enough knowledge to build a nicer one with a little more money in it. Give the other to my daughter because lord knows she can’t keep a place!
I need closet space for some clothes…are there any closets here? But I love the light fixture…very cool!
Not a ton, I’m afraid. — Tiny House Talk Team
Well, I have to say interesting, but not for me thanks.