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Three Brothers and Their Tiny House Business in Florida!


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Bradford, Ryo, and Falcon are 24, 22, and 20 years old, and they’re carrying on the Florida family carpentry business with a new spin — a tiny house business! And they’re keeping things affordable. The Bunk model below is just $29,900 for the 20-foot version (and only $25K for the 16-footer).

This studio-style tiny house has a basic layout with a living room, kitchenette, and a small bathroom on the back wall. There’s a little loft over the bathroom for storage. What do you think?

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The Bunk House by Craftsman Tiny Homes

The Bunk, pictured here, is the ultimate economy tiny home design that’s set to transform your lifestyle. The exterior boasts an elegant vertical cedar look siding, accentuated by trim that elegantly frames five windows. The front sloped roof is more than just a design element; it’s a promise of enhanced aerodynamics as you venture on your travels.

Venture inside and experience a world of comfort that’s tailor-made for every season. Our highly efficient mini split unit ensures you stay refreshingly cool in the summer and delightfully warm in the winter. The interior is a symphony of elegance, with vertical white finished paneling adorned with batten boards, all beneath a high sloped ceiling that creates a sense of openness and freedom.

But it’s not just beauty that defines The Bunk; it’s practicality too. Traverse across the waterproof wood look vinyl plank flooring, relishing the inviting warmth underfoot. Illuminating your path are four overhead LED lights that not only create an enchanting ambience but also contribute to energy savings.

In the heart of this tiny haven, the kitchen beckons with a single stainless steel sink set atop a custom butcher block top – a space that’s as functional as it is aesthetically pleasing.

Upstairs, the bathroom reveals a smartly designed storage loft, offering ample room to stow away your treasures. The bathroom itself redefines luxury in a compact space, featuring a full-size toilet, a generous 36 In. shower, a bath fan, primed walls, and bath sink stub outs.

Welcoming you to your new home is an abundance of outlets that invite you to set up your HD TV wherever you desire. And all of this begins at an unbelievable price point of $29,900, making The Bunk your ticket to an exquisite, budget-friendly tiny home adventure.

Don’t wait another moment to turn your dreams into reality. The Bunk is ready to become your cherished haven – a blend of affordability, elegance, and functionality that’s simply irresistible. Seize the moment and make The Bunk yours today!

Here are the layouts for the 16′ and 20′ versions.

About the Builders:

With a legacy spanning an impressive 46 years in the construction industry, the journey of Craftsman Tiny Homes began as a need for something fresh, a new chapter waiting to be written. The torchbearers of this legacy, along with a vision fueled by determination, are none other than the trio of talented sons: Bradford, Ryo, and Falcon.

Having cut their teeth in the art of house flipping, traversing the diverse landscapes of Florida for eight years, destiny took an intriguing turn with the advent of the global pandemic. As the world adapted to unprecedented changes, the family’s homestead became the incubator of a brilliant idea that would soon evolve into Craftsman Tiny Homes.

At the tender ages of 24, 22, and 20, these young virtuosos took charge, transforming their passion for construction into a thriving enterprise. With unwavering dedication, they embarked on a journey to build not just homes, but dreams – crafting tiny homes that reflect their exceptional skill, creativity, and commitment to excellence.

From the foundational trades of concrete, plumbing, and electrical work, to the intricate art of framing, insulation, drywalling, painting, and roofing, these three extraordinary individuals are true masters of their craft. Their prowess extends beyond construction; they’ve honed the intricacies of business and marketing, combining artistry with astuteness.

Their journey began as early as childhood, as pint-sized helpers to their father during remodeling projects. Those moments laid the groundwork for what would become their life’s mission: to reshape living spaces and redefine comfort and beauty.

Highlights

  • Bradford, Ryo, and Falcon, aged 24, 22, and 20, are carrying on the family carpentry business with a fresh twist – a tiny house business.
  • They offer an affordable and innovative approach to tiny house living.
  • Their flagship design, “The Bunk,” is a studio-style tiny house with a basic layout, featuring a living room, kitchenette, and small bathroom.
  • The exterior boasts elegant vertical cedar siding and well-framed windows, combining aesthetics with enhanced aerodynamics.
  • The interior features efficient mini-split heating and cooling, vertical white finished paneling, and a high-sloped ceiling for an open feel.
  • The waterproof wood-look vinyl plank flooring provides both beauty and practicality.
  • The kitchen includes a stainless steel sink set atop a custom butcher block top, combining functionality and aesthetics.
  • The bathroom offers a smartly designed storage loft, a full-size toilet, a 36-inch shower, and other essential features.
  • The Bunk house starts at an affordable price of $29,900, offering budget-friendly luxury.
  • The three brothers, Bradford, Ryo, and Falcon, are the torchbearers of a 46-year construction legacy and transformed their passion for construction into Craftsman Tiny Homes.
  • They bring exceptional skills, creativity, and commitment to excellence to every project.
  • The journey from house flipping to crafting tiny homes reflects their determination and adaptability.
  • The brothers’ childhood experiences as helpers during remodeling projects laid the foundation for their mission to redefine comfort and beauty in living spaces.

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Natalie C. McKee

Natalie C. McKee is a contributor for Tiny House Talk and the Tiny House Newsletter. She's a wife, and mama of three little kids. She and her family are homesteaders with sheep, goats, chickens, ducks and quail on their happy little acre.

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  • Maria Kentala
    September 3, 2023, 6:41 am

    The instant hot water heat in bathroom is in the wrong place. Should be behind toilet. Where it is now is an eye sore. No frig,no sink in bathroom just hook up for one? Just my opinion. Other wise they did a good job. Where are they located at?

    • James D.
      September 5, 2023, 12:54 pm

      Newberry, FL…

      Rest is to be expected from a budget priced unit, they tend to be more basic and bare bones…

  • Marsha Cowan
    September 3, 2023, 6:37 pm

    Well, a darling, talented, and handsome trio of siblings. The house is great! Especially the price. It gives so many more people out there an affordable way to go tiny and in a house they can make their own. I’m impressed! May God bless your building business “real good”.

  • sandy
    September 3, 2023, 9:29 pm

    what’s the insulation? the walls look to thin to have any.

    • James D.
      September 5, 2023, 1:02 pm

      Just camera distortion, walls aren’t really that thin, but they offer either “Fiberglass ($)” or “Closed Cell Spray Foam ($$$)” insulation options. Lower height roof also means less volume to be heated and cooled, compared to most THOWs that max out the height.

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