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34.5-Foot Affordable Tiny House w/ Up To TWO Main Floor Bedrooms – $39,500


This is an affordable tiny house with a main floor bedroom called the Dragonfly tiny house. It’s a 34.5-foot tiny home built on a trailer by Core Housing Solutions (UPDATE: This company has gone out of business). It’s built with structurally insulated panels which give you great insulation, a strong build, and lighter overall weight.

This tiny house is designed to be as maintenance-free as possible. So the exterior doesn’t need to be constantly maintained, recaulked, or even repainted because it’s a chemically bonded steel skin with a powder-coated finish so you’re good to go! If you want low-cost and low-maintenance, this seems like the way to go. Another really cool feature about this unit is that the house itself is designed to be removable from the trailer just in case your local laws require your tiny house to be on a more permanent foundation.

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Affordable 34.5-Foot Tiny House by Core Housing Solutions – Up to TWO Main Floor Bedrooms

Affordable Tiny House – 34ft with Main Floor Bedroom Built by Core Housing Solutions

Photos via Andrew Bennett/YouTube | Core Housing Solutions

This tiny house has up to two bedrooms all on the main floor.

Affordable Tiny House – 34ft with Main Floor Bedroom Built by Core Housing Solutions

Yep! It’s a 2 bedroom tiny house! They’ve got five roof/accent colors to pick from.

Affordable Tiny House – 34ft with Main Floor Bedroom Built by Core Housing Solutions

Enough space for a living area or you can make this an enclosed bedroom.

Affordable Tiny House – 34ft with Main Floor Bedroom Built by Core Housing Solutions

This L-shaped couch fits perfectly here.

Affordable Tiny House – 34ft with Main Floor Bedroom Built by Core Housing Solutions

A simple tiny house from Core Housing Solutions.

Affordable Tiny House – 34ft with Main Floor Bedroom Built by Core Housing Solutions

The kitchen is just what you would expect.

Affordable Tiny House – 34ft with Main Floor Bedroom Built by Core Housing Solutions

Over-range microwave in this tiny house.

Affordable Tiny House – 34ft with Main Floor Bedroom Built by Core Housing Solutions

Pretty-nice!

Affordable Tiny House – 34ft with Main Floor Bedroom Built by Core Housing Solutions

There’s a 20-gallon water heater here. One could opt for an instant water heater to save space, but, this doubles as water storage, right?

Affordable Tiny House – 34ft with Main Floor Bedroom Built by Core Housing Solutions

10.1 cubic foot refrigerator with freezer.

Affordable Tiny House – 34ft with Main Floor Bedroom Built by Core Housing Solutions

This tiny house is built using structurally insulated panels.

Affordable Tiny House – 34ft with Main Floor Bedroom Built by Core Housing Solutions

Looking into the bathroom. 🙂

Affordable Tiny House – 34ft with Main Floor Bedroom Built by Core Housing Solutions

The shower…

Affordable Tiny House – 34ft with Main Floor Bedroom Built by Core Housing Solutions

The bedroom!

Affordable Tiny House – 34ft with Main Floor Bedroom Built by Core Housing Solutions

It’s a “walk-in-closet” lift-bed.

Affordable Tiny House – 34ft with Main Floor Bedroom Built by Core Housing Solutions

What do you think?

Affordable Tiny House – 34ft with Main Floor Bedroom Built by Core Housing Solutions Affordable Tiny House – 34ft with Main Floor Bedroom Built by Core Housing Solutions

They’ve got a second AC in the bedroom for added comfort and ventilation.

Affordable Tiny House – 34ft with Main Floor Bedroom Built by Core Housing Solutions

The door is installed like a sliding barn door and when closed reveals your bedroom closet.

Affordable Tiny House – 34ft with Main Floor Bedroom Built by Core Housing Solutions

So this is the 276-sq.-ft. Dragonfly tiny house by Core Housing Solutions.

Affordable Tiny House – 34ft with Main Floor Bedroom Built by Core Housing Solutions

This is the old price, unfortunately, sometimes prices go up! And this tiny house now starts at a few thousand dollars more than shown below.

Affordable Tiny House – 34ft with Main Floor Bedroom Built by Core Housing Solutions

Photos via Andrew Bennett/YouTube | Core Housing Solutions

Video Tour: Affordable 34.5-Foot Tiny House on Wheels with a Main Floor Bedroom

Highlights

  • The house is built OVER the wheels of the trailer so that the wheels do not interfere with the floor plan at all.
  • It’s built as a one-level design so there are no lofts at all.
  • You can have up to two bedrooms with a one-level design! 🙂
  • Or you can choose to have one bedroom and a larger living room instead (like in the unit shown here)
  • You can pick from five different roof and accent colors for the exterior.
  • All appliances included
  • 9.5-ft ceilings
  • 8000BTU AC unit
  • Easy lift storage bed in the main bedroom
  • Out of Leesburg, Florida, United States
  • Core Housing Solutions has other tiny homes starting at only $28,000 (this one starts at $36,500)

ATTENTION! The weight of this finished unit is 7,300lbs, not 6,300 as stated in the video

CoreHousingSolutions.com Andrew Bennett introduces our latest two bedroom tiny house, the Dragonfly. Only $36,500 $39,500! Now that is a truly affordable tiny house! Core Housing Solutions believes tiny houses should be affordable and that’s just what we bring you, affordable, quality tiny houses. Call us or check out our website: 208-794-9471 or CoreHousingSolutions.com

Sources

  1. https://corehousingsolutions.com/
  2. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LNnOHliz-eg
  3. https://www.instagram.com/corehousingsolutions/

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  • Ann
    March 20, 2019, 9:09 pm

    I really like the design of this home. Although, I would have like seeing the whole kitchen and table area, viewed from the couch. I would have reversed the fridge door to open from the kitchen area rather than from the living room side. More times than not, you’ll be getting in there from the kitchen, specially while cooking.

    Also, I would reverse the door on the bathroom sink to open from the toilet side, rather than from the kitchen side. How many times have you run out of t.p. and had to reach under the bathroom sink to get another roll? It happens, haha. You’ll probably never be getting into it while in the kitchen. Just a thought to consider. : )

    Love how the living room room is set up! And there’s room to add maybe another chair or piece of furniture (for storage) across from the front door, as well as storage cabinets or shelves all along the wall above the door and table, etc.
    Thanks.

  • keepyourpower
    March 21, 2019, 1:41 am

    Andrew is a sweetheart…always thinking of others.

  • Michael Luschies
    March 21, 2019, 7:48 am

    A huge THOW for a great price.
    Likes, Living room, windows and a real dining table, bathroom,
    Dislikes, walk in Bedroom, kitchen, roof shape.
    Bedroom, sleeping on window level isn’t my thing, walk in is waist storage space.
    Kitchen can be optimized and lacks of windows for day light cooking.
    Add an awning und you have a great place to live.
    Well done.

  • Kathi Edge
    March 21, 2019, 7:53 am

    The units are a little plain looking, but extremely well thought out and affordable as an extra living space or if you have additional storage options on your site or property. I’d have to see it in person to evaluate actual practicality, but it looks promising! Not thrilled with the external electrical or the window A/C visually, but it makes perfect sense for cost and flexibility so I I guess it depends on what your end game is. Overall, one of the best I have seen and won’t put you in the poor house from the get go!

  • Heather HJ
    March 22, 2019, 9:46 pm

    That’s a pretty nice tiny house. The closet bed is great. I’ll need one of those. The only thing it’s missing is a laundry & tub. I will need both in my tiny. But what I really want to comment on is what is wrong with the words in the video. I like it when theres videos, to get a better perspective. But the words on the video are so off, so wrong, it makes it hard to watch. The sound is clear enough,get rid of the horrible words!

  • Peggy McCauley
    March 25, 2019, 11:45 pm

    I appreciate the weight information and wish all tiny houses listed a dry weight and a maximum weight in order to correctly determine cargo capacity. All rvs do. A weight of 7,300 lbs. Is light at 36.5 feet long compared to an rv of equal length. These numbers are important in determining which tow vehicle to buy. Another factor favoring a tiny home is your ability to insulate, even install heated floors, for a cold climate. There are rvs that are built for cold climates, like Arctic Fox, and some which can be custom built, but they are very expensive. I’m not at all against rvs; I’ve subscribed to Trailer Life for many years. But these factors need to be considered when making a decision to purchase.

  • Nova
    May 28, 2019, 6:40 pm

    I love the idea and i love the price!!!
    is there a tiny home community? I would feel safer surrounded by neighbors.

  • Vicki
    July 30, 2019, 5:48 pm

    I love this tiny home. It would totally work for me, I’m handicapped and can’t do stairs.

    • Eric
      November 14, 2020, 3:18 pm

      I’m with you on this. I am getting older and can no longer do stairs, and would much prefer a single story/floor abode. Of course that means less floor space so one has to either be comfortable with that or be really creative.

  • Tim Slease
    January 12, 2020, 1:14 pm

    it’s a nice plan but up here in the north I’d have to have more insulation.

  • GD
    October 17, 2020, 7:42 pm

    This in 10′ wide, bath, kitchen at 1 end and open plan would be killer

    • Eric
      November 14, 2020, 3:20 pm

      Do you mean that in a good way or a bad way?

      • jerry dycus
        November 14, 2020, 3:31 pm

        In a vary good way. 8′ restricts options greatly while 12′ wide wastes space but 10′ wide you have enough room for separate functions on each side and you can use standard furniture.
        I’ve lived in 6′,8′,10′ and 12′ wide and 10′ is the best size and at 16′ length gives me everything I need and still have 6′ of wall for something.
        I also found 2′ wide lofts length wise can hold a heck of a lot of stuff yet still easy to get to.

  • donna
    November 16, 2020, 3:05 pm

    How current is this? The website doesn’t seem to be active.

    • Natalie C. McKee
      November 17, 2020, 1:55 pm

      Sorry you’re right. They’ve gone out of business since we posted this.

      • Amy
        January 10, 2021, 6:33 pm

        Shame they’re closed. They actually look adorable

  • Marsha Cowan
    January 10, 2021, 12:46 pm

    Hmmm. For the cost, it’s an amazing design, and all on one floor. It has lots of storage and a workable kitchen and bathroom. A little on the stark side, but one’s decorations and personal touches can take care of that. It’s a pretty solid deal on a pretty house. The walk-in closet under the bed is ingeneous : )

    • Marsha Cowan
      January 10, 2021, 12:47 pm

      . . .oops! Ingenious (sorry for the mispelling)

  • M A Neuschwander
    July 17, 2021, 12:30 pm

    This company has closed! Tried to contact them a year ago. Please update your info.
    Thx

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