This is to announce that Molecule Tiny Homes is offering van conversions. They start at $25,000 if you supply your own van. To show you what they can do, they’re built out a 2019 Ford Transit 250 that you can see below.
It features a complete solar system, a custom, space-saving, slide-out bed, a full shower in the rear, a slide-out composting toilet, a gas heater, a fireplace, water tanks, a pump system, and more… Offered for $48,000. What do you think?
It features two lofts that you can actually stand in with adjoining catwalk, mini split AC, washer dryer combo unit, custom cabinets, full-size bath tub, and more. It sells for about $88,000 depending on options.
These are two tiny houses on wheels joined together to make one (larger) tiny house! Well, technically, they’re semi-permanently attached. The design allows for detachment, but it looks permanent, doesn’t it?
This is pretty cool because I’ve never really seen it done before, although I would probably prefer to keep the units separate but adjoined by a deck instead, kind of like this one (also built by Molecule Tiny Homes). How about you? What do you think of this design idea?
This is the Brighton 8′ 6″ x 24′ THOW by Molecule Tiny Homes for sale in Santa Cruz, California.
Built on a gooseneck trailer, this bright yellow beauty includes a shed-style roof, tons of windows and two loft bedrooms, including the one you can stand in. There’s also a living room, bathroom with flush toilet, and well-stocked kitchen.
The build includes stunning details like adorable arched doors and windows and an off-the-loft balcony! I love the stonework in the kitchen and bathroom, and it even has excellent safety rails on the stairs and bedroom loft. Plus, those little green shutters are just adorable.
Best of all, it was built using mostly scrap materials and reclaimed lumber. Even better, it only took them a week to finish it! Talk about professionals…
If you’re interested in something like this (NOT on wheels) it’s possible for Molecule to design and build a similar unit for you and it can be transported on its side to your location. Pretty cool, right?
How would you like to have this tiny little escape in your backyard? I’d rent my house out and move in the backyard to live rent-free while someone else helps pay the mortgage! How about you? Either way- please enjoy and re-share this one with your tiny house friends below. Thanks!
6×10 Treehouse Inspired Tiny Home Built w/ Scrap Materials
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