This bright spring green tiny house on wheels is a great affordable tiny house that’s move-in ready, but could also benefit from paint or stain to customize it to your tastes!
It features two lofts, including a bedroom loft with a really neat folding ladder that pushes out of the way when not needed. The bathroom includes a shower stall and flush toilet, and there’s a full kitchen with an oven/range and a double basin sink.
At only $35,000, it’s definitely on the cheaper end of builder-built tiny homes, and you can get it delivered for a fee. Contact the seller here.
This is the story of an organization called Bluffton Cares who is building and donating tiny homes on wheels as a relief effort for flood victims in South Carolina.
We are building and donating two tiny homes to assist in the relief efforts in the South Carolina flood relief. Children, mothers, fathers, sisters and brothers are without food, shelter and most importantly, security right now. That’s not going to change unless those who can, help. We hope that you and your friends and families can assist us in our efforts. These tiny homes retail for $40,000 and can accommodate a family of four. Our goal is to raise $25,000 per home to help cover our materials cost. It is our hope that if we exceed $50,000 to build the two homes, we can continue to build more.
People Building Tiny Homes for Flood Victims in South Carolina
The Roost20 Vacation tiny house sits on The Tiny House Farm, the scenic headquarters of Perch & Nest, a North Carolina tiny house builder. The beautiful board and batten home sleeps three comfortably and offers lovely farm views.
The tiny house interior is a nice blend of Southwestern and Farmhouse elements, with tons of tall windows (with shades) to allow in as much natural light as you’d like. There’s a small bathroom with a colorful shower, beautiful speckled countertops, and a galley kitchen. What do you think?
Yes, there are still more tiny house rentals at the Acony Bell Tiny House Community in North Carolina we want to show you! This Airbnb, called the Firefly Hideaway, sleeps 6 (4 adults and 2 kids).
There is a ground floor queen-sized bedroom and a loft with another queen. The sofa folds out into a third sleeping area for two. My favorite feature is the large kitchen with a full-sized oven. Cooking for your family while on vacation is a great way to save some money!
The rental is close-by to the Pisgah National Forest filled with hiking & biking trails, waterfalls, breweries and local family-owned shops. You can even bring a dog upon approval for an additional $50 pet fee.
The home features a fully-stocked kitchen, two bedrooms with queen-sized beds (one accessible by ladder, the other by stairs), and a spacious bathroom. You can book your stay at Airbnb.
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