Liberation Tiny Homes is mixing things up! They’ve started building A-Frame tiny homes and have build slots coming up this summer to create these awesome 400 sq. ft. A-frame cabins.
What’s unique about this design is that the main portion of the home features that signature deep-pitch roof, but the bedroom at the back has a “normal” four-wall design, allowing for plenty of headroom and maneuverability in the bedroom and bathroom. It’s the best of both cabin and A-frame worlds, plus there’s no loft! The starting price for one of these is $110K.
Now here’s something unique — an A-frame on a trailer! Now before you get too excited, the existing trailer isn’t road-worthy, so if you want to buy this 10×12 creation you’ll need to get it towed. But, if there was a way to get it on a new trailer, you could have a mobile a-frame!
For $6,000, this a-frame in New Hampshire is ready for a new home. It would make a great Airbnb or guest cottage in your backyard. While it doesn’t have plumbing, it does have electric. There’s a partial wall dividing the bed from the rest of the space.
Jack and Rylie lost their jobs in 2020, moved out of California, and back to Jack’s home state of Minnesota. That’s when Jack got to work building an A-frame retreat cabin on family land. He completed the build in 7 days for well under $2,500.
The cabin is primarily a “glamping” set-up, with a twin-sized bed, couch, propane cooktop, and wood stove. They typically come to this spot for weekend stays, and love getting away from it all.
Hope you’re not afraid of heights because this tiny A-frame cabin is perched 40 feet in the air! The exterior is all windows and angles, including a diamond shape on one side, but the interior is full of curved details and has a cozy ambiance to soften the feel of the space. It was designed and built by the team at Repère Boréal in Charlevoix, Quebec, and they call it The Uhu.
Getting up into the cabin is a pretty cool experience: you climb an enclosed spiral staircase and once you reach the top, you cross a 20-foot bridge to get to the cabin’s front door.
This is a beautiful A-Frame cabin designed and built in Grand Marais, Minnesota with inspiration from the owner’s trip to Argentina. The modern simplicity is eco-friendly (solar-powered!) and takes you right back to nature with its surroundings and huge windows.
The off-grid cabin has a bucket-fed outdoor shower as well as an outhouse with a composting toilet. Inside there’s a loft bedroom and a fun netted loft lounge where you can read a book or take a nap. What do you think?
This is ‘The Starling’, a 14’x14′, 250-sq.-ft., rustic, off-grid, tiny A-frame cabin in Swannanoa, North Carolina.
It has a modern, moody vibe, and is highly reviewed on Airbnb. Would you ever consider building a rustic little cabin like this? Or maybe staying here for a few nights? Check it out and learn more below!
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