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 tiny home on a farm is the perfect pastoral getaway in historic Scottsville Virginia. The 25-acre farm has all kinds of animals, from goats to peacocks to livestock guardian dogs. They roam around while you stay in a beautiful one-floor tiny house.
The home sits on a foundation and includes a kitchen and bathroom. There’s a lovely outdoor fire pit where you can make s’mores or hang out. Also, the getaway is pet-friendly (so long as they’ll be friendly to the resident livestock).
Butik Evler Sapanca has a variety of boutique homes and tiny house for rent in Turkey, and each one is stunning. The “Tiny House Red Door” has a quaint cottagey feel inside with white paneled walls and navy blue kitchen.
It has a typical loft bedroom, and a spacious living area with the most gorgeous green couch. The kitchen has all you’d need, with both a stove top and oven. In the bathroom you get a flush toilet and glamorous walk-in shower stall.
The whole place looks peaceful and bright. Anyone planning a trip to Turkey? Book your stay here.
This compact THOW situated among cattle pasture in Kurrajong, Australia is an eco-friendly getaway complete with solar energy, rainwater collection and still all of the amenities you love.
Inside the tiny house you’ll find an L-shaped eating and lounging area that opens up to the outdoors. The kitchenette provides all the basics, with a gas cooktop, microwave and fridge, and there’s the most lovely loft bedroom with a skylight for stargazing.
You can book your stay and try out tiny living through Airbnb.
This is the Elise model, handcrafted by the tiny house geniuses at Vagabond Haven in Sweden. It’s about 25.5 feet long, but packs in not only an adult loft, but a kids’ bedroom beneath the living room! What a fun layout that really maximizes the space in a tiny home.
In addition to the sleeping areas, Elise has a fully-functional kitchen with an oven and stovetop, as well as a great bathroom with a shower, composting toilet and washer.
Turnkey, the home costs 48,000 EUR (or ~$57,000). You can even tow Elise with a normal car (and proper license), making it easy to transport to her new home! Contact the builder here.
Meet The Wattle, designed and built by Treehab in Australia. This adorable one-floor tiny house maximizes space with a daybed that transforms into a queen-sized bed for sleeping.
The rest of the streamlined interior includes a spot to eat, a full kitchen, and a bathroom with composting toilet. There are many upgrades you can choose to customize the home, but the base model starts at 69,900 AUD (or ~49,719 USD). It features a sleek black exterior with a simple and stylish shed-style roof.
Enjoy the photo tour below and check out all the specs and additional features at the end of the post! Get in touch with the builder about this home here.
This is the pinnacle of “smart” tiny home prefabricated construction! While the iOhouse has a hefty price tag, it’s still a super cool concept: This home is 100% off grid while being fully self-contained — and everything from the furniture to the heat to the lights can be controlled from your smartphone.
Coming in at about 645 square feet, it features with two fold-out porches, a mechanical room, spacious living area, downstairs master bedroom, and a kitchen and bathroom. The home is solar-powered, and created without any synthetic materials! Just wood, wool, glass and metal — pretty neat! You will need to get the waste removed and water refilled about every two weeks (with two person occupancy), but apparently that’s easily done in European countries.
When his parents sold the family vacation cabin so they could buy their dream home, this man decided to buy some Canadian prairie land and build a 96 square foot cabin that could fit his family of four and keep them warm in the subarctic temperatures of Treaty 6 Territory. They live off-grid on the 141 acre property for about 125 days a year.
He didn’t have a lot of time to get the cabin built before winter set in, but in 12 days spread out over about 3 months, he and a couple friends managed to build this fully-functional little cabin for just about $3,000 (USD) in 2016. Since then they’ve added solar panels, a propane heater, and other little touches which brought the cost up to about $4,300. Still incredibly impressive for such a little space!
By keeping the cabin under 100 square feet, he’s able to keep the land labelled as agricultural, which saves on property taxes. He made an awesome video about his build, and a second video outlining his costs, which are great resources for anyone interested in doing something similar!
Today I wanted to introduce you to Tiny Homes Ireland, a tiny house builder in — you guessed it — Ireland. They have a couple standard models at this time, but also create custom builds upon request.
This particular home below is a tiny house on skids with a downstairs bedroom and two more loft bedrooms, including one that’s completely closed off — sneaky! You’ll find a dinette under the bathroom loft adjacent to the galley kitchen.
According to their website, their designs cost between €35,000 – €70,000 (~$41,000 – $83,000). Enjoy the photo tour below!
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