Trying to find affordable builder-made tiny homes has become more and more difficult recently, especially as the price of lumber and materials skyrockets! THT reader, Cynde, reminded us of Incredible Tiny Homes and their awesome work, especially if you are on a tighter budget.
“Where the Red Fern Grows” is one of the “Randy Jones Original” tiny homes, and without customization starts at just $25,000. It has a lovely rustic feel and would look perfect on a wooded lot just about anywhere.
While the home doesn’t have oodles of bells and whistles, it provides the necessities in a compact package! Contact the builder and get a quote here.
Cynde has been dreaming of a tiny house since 2015, and this month she moves into her 10×30 THOW built by Incredible Tiny Homes in Tennessee. It comes with 10×10 covered porch and she will be parking it in one of the Incredible Tiny Homes communities!
If you want to learn more about the communities, check out their website. Right now their Mountain property is the only one not fully leased out. Note: Only tiny homes built by Incredible Tiny Homes can put a deposit on a spot.
This is a preview of a whimsical and funky tiny house being built by Incredible Tiny Homes out of Newport, Tennessee. It’s a one-of-a-kind (custom) tiny home on wheels for one of their customers and we just can’t wait to see how it continues to come along.
Pretty fun, right? Obviously, something like this costs more for a builder to do because it takes more time to make it look like this and yet also be a well-built home. It makes sense, I think. Anyway, they’re not finished yet, but I thought I’d let you have a sneak peek at it. In the video below, Randy Jones shows you some of the many other tiny homes they’re building for other clients. Incredible Tiny Homes offers THOWs starting at $20,000.
This is a completely custom 10-ft. wide Highland-model tiny house with some decorative siding, lots of windows, reverse dormers, a shed dormer, and an eyebrow dormer which makes for a cozy, whimsical, and spacious loft space. And all of it, of course, sits on a sturdy triple axle trailer. What do you think?
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