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Prefab Two-Bedroom Tiny House: The Family-Friendly Nestron Cube 2

Welcome back, tiny house enthusiasts! We have some exciting news to share with you. Nestron, the renowned prefab tiny house manufacturer, is opening showrooms in Texas and California in 2023! Do you remember Nestron and the Cube and Cube 2 models we showed you? Well, there’s some exciting news! Since they are opening showrooms in Texas and California in 2023, this means that U.S. customers can now explore their incredible designs in person and will no longer need to pay to ship from Canada. To celebrate, Nestron sent us the latest pictures of the Cube 2 to share with you below.

The C2 starts at $59,000 and tops out at $85,420 depending on the features you add. No matter what, it comes fully furnished, and you can also upgrade to a solar system to take it off-grid and even get heated bathroom floors. Remember, this is a one-floor unit with two bedrooms, so you could possibly fit a family of 3 or 4 inside — and there’s no loft. What do you think?

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From Canada to California and Texas: Nestron Cube 2 Showrooms Opening in 2023

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It comes with a fully-functional mini-kitchen.

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This is the living/dining area.

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Images via Nestron

The main bedroom has a skylight for star-gazing.

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The kitchen features a two-burner cooktop with a range hood and yes, there are shades on all the windows!

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Images via Nestron

The bathroom has a luxurious showerhead!

Cube 2 Nestron Newest Pictures

Images via Nestron

Here you can see the exact floor plan and layout of the Cube 2. What are your thoughts on it?

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Images via Nestron


  • Nestron’s Cube 2: A stylish and functional prefab tiny house
  • Starting at $59,000, fully furnished with customization options
  • No loft design, perfect for a family of 3 or 4
  • Fully functional kitchen with modern appliances
  • Spacious living and dining area for relaxation and entertainment
  • Luxurious main bedroom with a skylight for star-gazing
  • Upgrades available for off-grid living and heated bathroom floors
  • Nestron showrooms opening in Texas and California in 2023

What are your thoughts on the Nestron Cube 2? Share your opinions, ideas, and questions about this stylish prefab tiny house in the comments below. We can’t wait to hear from you!

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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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  • sgmaps
    July 1, 2023, 4:30 pm

    I’d rather have a traditional tiny home in a park model, much more room inside, with the main bedroom on the lower level. The bedroom that would be up in the loft could be used for storage or for the younger ones living there. The inside of this is very cramped looking. I’m really not impressed by this at all.

  • sarah jacobs
    July 1, 2023, 8:23 pm


  • James D.
    July 2, 2023, 1:32 am

    8700mm (11′) width × 3100mm (>10′) height

    26 square meters (~280 Sq Ft)

    7000 kg (~7.7 tons)

  • Laila
    July 2, 2023, 11:33 am

    Way toooooo space-shipey! Cold and not spacious enough. I would feel cold and cramped in a home like that. Not family friendly at all. I know, I know, everyone has different tastes and some people may actually like this, but not for me.

  • Donna Rae
    July 2, 2023, 11:39 am

    It is evident that someone thought this out and added some very nice features, however, the slick ultra contemporary style will limit the market. At a time when plastics are not being seen in a positive light, it looks like this Tiny is built almost exclusively with it. How would you decorate, for instance, when putting a nail in a wall couldn’t be repaired like wood or drywall if you want to move things around? That round sink in the kitchenette would be inconvenient. A lot of things like cookie sheets and casserole dishes wouldn’t fit and even round things wouldn’t have much room. There’s no oven so perhaps there would be fewer problems than if there was. And it just doesn’t appear to be all that much storage so maybe this is meant to be more of a BnB rather than a residence. I am wondering if that dining table can be folded up or stowed away somehow so there would be more room in the living area? Though I am not attracted to the style of this Tiny, it would be interesting to see what the options are. For instance, can someone opt not to have a rainfall shower head? And the handheld needs to offer massage, jet and regular options. Can a larger couch be used as another sleeping option? For me personally, it’s just too unappealing in the overall “feeling” of it. Even with adding some of my own decorations, there just wouldn’t be the cozy or warm environment we all need as a break from office spaces and retail stores. I think some would be hesitant to have this in their backyard as a granny unit or rental because it is just too modern to go with their existing house. Of course there will be those who absolutely love it so I’m sure this company will sell enough to make it worth their while. I hope so, anyway. I’m sorry to say that this is the least appealing Tiny I have seen but I admit that I am just not a fan of this style. I wish the company luck and success, though.

    • James D.
      July 3, 2023, 12:39 pm

      According to the company, 90% of the entire structure is recyclable and non-toxic. So there shouldn’t be much plastic. Most of it is an insulated, galvanized steel frame with fiberglass reinforced panels. Depending where the home will be placed, or any other customization, will also determine what other materials are used to optimize the structure for the intended environment.

      However, aside from option to have one custom built, any physical modification or change, after delivery, would void the warranty, which is for up to 50 years otherwise.

      Though, if you do want to do your own modifications, etc. they’ll provide the details to do it safely and let you know where to avoid drilling into wires, plumbing, etc.

      Btw, plastic can actually be patched but means dealing with either high heat and/or chemicals, fillers, etc. and can be just a more messy process that may be harder to get to a clean final finish that won’t show it has been patched. Otherwise, you can repair plastic…

      While, there is a wardrobe and other built in storage spaces. The X’s in the floor plan are storage spaces. The kitchen also has a full size dishwasher in addition to the lower cabinets, but yes, unless your needs are small it may be better to use it as a rental, vacation home, etc. The Cube 2 is the mid-size unit, though, and there’s both the smaller Cube 1 and a larger Cube 2 X, which could provide more layout options.

      There’s also a Legend Series, that is a different model series from the Cube, for a different, more wood look, appearance. While, for those willing to contract them for customization, further changes could be negotiated but otherwise it’s intended to be all built-in and not to be changed… As for blending in with existing homes, there are houses with similar modern design themes. So it may not always stick out, but would be an issue for most, if blending in is a consideration…

  • Paul Larsen
    July 2, 2023, 8:22 pm

    I do love this design. very cozy and simple . and best of all a main floor bedroom !

  • Susan
    July 3, 2023, 11:45 pm

    This could be nice… the all white interior and the model in the oversized gray made it appear more like a jail when she was sitting on the bed looking up at the sky light. hahahaha. This is no way a home for 3-4 people, no way! A couple or a single, but it is way too small and the shower in the bathroom, no it is not a good design. I’ll see about exploring their site…

    • James D.
      July 4, 2023, 2:39 am

      “This is no way a home for 3-4 people, no way!”

      There’s actually examples of entire families living in homes around this size, around the world. So it’s more a matter of preference and what you may be used to… In China, for example, the average size home is only around 500 Sq Ft, even smaller in Hong Kong, and apartments/flats can be as small as 100 Sq Ft.

      All of that just doesn’t mean you have to like it, I’m just pointing out it’s actually possible and that’s it…

  • Deborah Dixon
    July 6, 2023, 3:54 pm

    It certainly is efficient…and white. Hard to imagine injecting much personalization….I, for my own happiness, need clever nooks and crannies, furniture that has personality and can expand and disappear with multiply functions. While this is very stylized I prefer something warmer and more human….But it seems to be well designed and efficient. I wonder how I’d feel if the surfaces were wood….

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