Jon is a PC-gamer in law school and Christina is finishing up her Master’s degree. After a three-year long-distance relationship, Christina sold her 1200 square foot fixer-upper in North Carolina and moved down to Florida to live with Jon. She’d been a fan of tiny homes for a long time, and it seemed like a great chance for the couple to save money and pay down student loans.
They’re lucky enough to park on Jon’s parent’s land, and they used SIPs (structurally insulated panels) to create the frame and roof of the home. As such, all their walls are magnetic, which is kind of neat!
The home is 32’ long, 8.5’ wide, 13.5’ tall, and has two lofts — a Master loft with stair access, and then a craft/reading loft with a really neat sliding DIY ladder. Tiny Home Tours did a great video tour of the place which can watch below!
Get a tiny house AND a spot to park it by purchasing this 276 SIP Tiny House that’s for sale in Florida. It’s currently parked in a Florida tiny house community — Circle Pond Tiny Community — and with owner approval you can keep it on the lot (or, of course, move it elsewhere!).
The home features a downstairs bedroom with a full kitchen and bathroom, making it an awesome retirement option. It also has washer/dryer hookups and mini split for air conditioning.
You can check out the listing on Facebook Marketplace and make an offer here.
Looking for a way to add an alternative dwelling unity (ADU) to your property? The Golley House is a great choice! This 10×16 home comes flat-packed with SIP panels and you can finish the exterior and interior however you’d like. Use the space as an office, a guest space, or a granny pod!
Depending on the zoning rules in your area, you could even use it as an Airbnb or rental. The one pictured below was set up in Atlanta, Georgia.
Here’s another A-Frame inspired by Deek Diedricksen’s plans. Because of the hot weather in Missouri, they decided to frame in the expansion and it makes for some great extra space — very clever adaptation!
You can book your stay here on Airbnb. There’s a nearby bathroom cabin with enclosed outdoor showers and private toilet/sink areas, as well as an outdoor kitchen with gas and charcoal grills, a microwave and gas camp stove.
For an additional fee, you can rent a kid’s tepee tent and make it a family vacation (the a-frame holds a queen-sized bed). Want to build your own? Get the plans here!
This is the Core Camper. It’s a lightweight camper that’s built like a high quality tiny house using SIPs (structurally insulated panels) and you can have one built brand new for you for only $18,000 from Core Housing Solutions.
These are the same people behind some of the most affordable and very durable tiny homes on wheels that are on the market. And they’re built in Florida by Andrew Bennett and his wonderful company. By the way, it only weighs only 2300 pounds.
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