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Minimaliste Nomad Tiny Home For Sale

Meet the Minimaliste Nomad, a gorgeous 200-square-foot tiny house that’s for sale right now. Its claim to fame is a separate first-floor bedroom, which makes it friendly to those who don’t want a loft. There’s also a dinette that turns into a twin-sized bed for kids or guests.

The bathroom inside features a mini tub and tiled walls, along with a dry-flush toilet. There’s an oven, washer-dryer unit, and oodles of storage. It’s for sale in Elka Park, New York for $85,000.

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Minimaliste Tiny House with Ground Floor Bedroom Available in New York for $85,000

You can see the dinette on the right that becomes an extra bed.

Here’s the dinette in bed mode.

Looking down through the THOW.

TV and mini-split for comfort.

Two-basin sink and a washer/dryer.

There’s an oven and a mix of cabinets and open shelving.

There’s storage around the bed like in an RV.

A sliding door provides privacy for the bedroom.

Windows on either side allow a lot of natural light to flow in.

There’s a mini tub with subway tile walls.

There’s a dry flush toilet.

Here’s the layout.


  • $85,000
  • The exterior of the Nomad model is made from two different types of steel: black vertical steel sheets and Distinction faux wood steel cladding.
  • The woodgrain imitation is maintenance free and UV resistant while the other type of steel only requires a verification on the fasteners seals every 6 months.
  • The trailer is powder coated for an increased durability and all the windows are tempered glass, residential grade.
  • When you step inside the Nomad using the sliding door, you are facing the kitchen/dining area.
  • The entrance features a closet where you can put your coats in the middle section.
  • There are a few hooks at the back of the TV mount in case you need extra space.
  • The dinette seats 4 people and turns into a bed that can accommodate two children or one adult for sleeping.
  • There is a drawer on each side of the seat and the rest is occupied by the propane furnace and water heater.
  • The table as well as the countertop are walnut laminate and they match the other wood accents in the home.
  • A split unit provides both heating and cooling options.
  • The kitchen is equipped with high quality appliances; Furrion 12V refrigerator and Furrion propane range/oven.
  • A 2 in 1 washer and dryer combo is built in under the kitchen countertop.
  • There are plenty of cabinets despite the small space and a microwave installed on a pull-out tray in the tall pantry next to the fridge.
  • The modern bathroom has a dry flush toilet connected to a black water tank and a shower connected to a gray water tank.
  • The bedroom has a queen bed (mattress included, barely used), with plenty of lighting and storage options and a door for privacy.
  • The Nomad has the option to run fully off grid using the 4 bifacial solar panels (440W) + 2 lithium batteries 2000Ah + 3000W inverter, or plugged in using a typical RV plug.
  • The house has a command center to show usage and remaining power.

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  • B
    June 28, 2023, 10:24 am

    So Kinda like an Incred-I-Box, but with a nice finish for only 3 times the price? Amazing what can be done with this shape and size box, I even have one on the drawing boards I call Super Eight I-Box that sleeps eight and has two baths, I am doing as a FEMA replacement proposal. You know, instead of those toxic boxes they stuff survivors into that can last as little as six weeks before they come apart….Mine are designed using Steel Incred-I Box as doners.

    • James D.
      June 28, 2023, 8:27 pm

      If you’re going to change it that much then consider the Add-A-Box as it provides the Incred-I-Box as a shell. So lower price and easier to modify… Or combine with an Incred-I-Box, as that’s what they’re intended for and you can use the Add-A-Box as a bunk room with its own bathroom.

      While Minimaliste is a Canadian builder with french design influences, not surprising since they’re in Québec. So they build to pretty high standards and deal with pretty cold climates. Also, they tend to provide high end finishes and details for most of their clients. Even catering to special needs like one that had them EMF proof her home. Details like ERV’s, radiant heat floors, etc. are pretty common in their builds… So there’s a reason for the price…

  • Pamela Gee
    June 28, 2023, 11:08 am

    What exactly is a “dry flush toilet”? It seems to be a misnomer. The little pedal to the side and small size makes it resemble heads I’ve used on boats growing up in Miami… Thank you in advance for your response.

    • James D.
      June 28, 2023, 8:51 pm

      Dry Flush Toilet is the generic name for all toilets that don’t use water. So includes Incinerating toilets, Composting Toilets, Bagging Type Toilets, Gravity Toilets, etc. In this case it is a composting toilet… Some are similar to marine toilets as they are intended to be usable on boats…

      While composting toilets aren’t all dry, as there are types that can flush and use water but can still fall under dry when using systems like vacuum flush with foam instead of water or stretches the term by using only a few ounces of water for the flush. Though, some may be gravity toilet type and the pedal is just to open and close the trap and may work with a urine diverter.

      • Pamela Gee
        June 28, 2023, 9:21 pm

        I appreciate your thorough explanation… 🙂

  • Daisy
    June 28, 2023, 4:06 pm

    Yes, please. Except for the toilet-would permanently park it somewhere and plumb everything.

  • Laura
    June 29, 2023, 4:52 am

    Very nice!

  • Donna Rae
    June 30, 2023, 2:50 pm

    What a handsome Tiny! Love the wood/black combination! Incredible that the wood part is not real…sure looks it. Just like the black walnut laminate counter tops and table. It doesn’t say which brand of laminate is used and would love to know because it is so authentic looking. Solves the problem of wood butcher block being used by the sink with all the exposure to wet. We love the look of butcher block but have been hesitant because of that problem. To see laminate that looks this real is fabulous! It’s come a long way from the good ol’ days!!! I love the dining/sitting area that turns into a bed but like so many of these units that are built in so you can have storage and utilities underneath, the cushions are stingy. Can’t imagine getting a good night’s sleep on that thin foam pad. It’s not terrible but having a bit more thickness would make a world of difference to the behinds and hips that come in contact with it. One more little thing that would bother me over the long haul of owning such a fabulous Tiny and that is the “beam” on the ceiling in the bedroom doesn’t line up with the center of the bed/room. A minor thing that could be so easily fixed. A detail that didn’t get the attention it deserved. Have pity on those who pay attention…maybe too much attention…to such seemingly minor things. This is set up for being off grid for short periods of time and that’s great but for me, I would keep it pretty much in one place so I would like a regular flushing toilet. In reading the details, it was a little disappointing to see that the siding would need to be inspected every six months but perhaps that’s a function of the extreme cold in the winter and then heat in the summer causing more fluctuation of the sealant and joints that a more moderate climate wouldn’t cause. Ending on a positive note…please note that the negative notes are not meant to be all that negative…I love the amount of closet space provided! Truly, the designers did a fabulous job and this is a very appealing Tiny House so kudos to them! My suggestions are based solely on personal preferences that I would incorporate into any Tiny I would have built and should not be taken as disparaging remarks about a very fine Tiny Home. Thanks for sharing!

    • James D.
      July 1, 2023, 3:00 pm

      “We love the look of butcher block but have been hesitant because of that problem.”

      Well, it depends, properly made, treated, and maintained Butcher Block countertops can out last laminate and even be usable for up to over 20 years. Similar to granite countertops…

      Laminate would be lower cost, though…

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