This is the Utopian Villa’s 28′ Dragonfly THOW in Oak Creek, WI that’s for salesold! The price has been reduced to $55,000.
Utopian Villas purchased the plans to build their version of the Robinson’s Dragonfly. The beautiful, modern build has a nifty “hidden staircase,” a retractable extra countertop and a myriad of top-of-the-line features including keyless entry and USB power ports. It has a loft bedroom, fun roof line with a skylight and a very comfy-looking couch!
Get additional details below the pictures, and contact the seller via the contact form!
This is Cosmo’s Tiny Vacation Teardrop Home on Wheels.
The little Vistabule trailer has been Cosmos’ bed for 52 nights over the past year and he uses it as a “step-up” from a tent as he takes in beautiful nature views. You can watch his entire video tour below, where he explains all the amazing features of his little home away from home. Enjoy!
We hear it all the time…Why do tiny houses cost so much?
Folks on the coasts or in big cities (who could easily pay $400-900K for a home) typically understand it, but if you are from a more rural spot where you can get a regular home for $70,000, the cost of tiny house can seem exorbitant.
In order to help you see where all that money goes when a builder creates a tiny house for you to purchase ready-made, I’m relying on a great breakdown from our friends at Rocky Mountain Tiny Houses. Then we’ll compare that with a DIY-ers cost breakdown.
Rock Mountain starts by laying out its goals: an 8×16 tiny house with average finishes should cost $35,000, while a larger one with great finishes should cost $80,000.
This is a park model tiny house in Texas on a fenced-in lot.
On the outside, you’ll see the taupe siding, brown metal roofing, and a front deck. When you step inside you’ll find a large living room with a cathedral ceiling, a kitchen, bathroom, bedroom and loft bedroom.
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