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Tiny Home Kits (No Wheels!) by Summerwood Products

If you’re looking for a tiny house that’s not on wheels, one of the tiny home kits from Summerwood Products might be the perfect option! They have an abundance of style options with window & door upgrades, options for decks and dormers, and even choices between pre-cut kits and pre-assembled kits for some models.

These are essentially tiny home shells that you can then finish out however you’d like them in terms of floor plan and finishes. I went through their site and found six awesome choices (although there are many more) and listed them below from cheapest to most expensive.

You’ll be on the hook for electrical and plumbing options, but you can truly make these your very own! If you buy now the homes are all 30% off due to their 30 Year Anniversary sale. Prices listed below include the discount.

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Build Your Own House from these Tiny Home Kits! First, The 11-ft. Catalina

I love the shape of this little cabin. Something fun and different. At 106 sq. ft. it’s the perfect tiny house size. Get this model as pictured (remember, electrical, plumbing, etc is not included) for $8,562.85 More information here.

12′ x 14′ Mountain Brook

This dark-stained cabin comes in at 168 sq. ft. The small porch off the front is a nice feature! You can get this one, as seen, for $13,981.34. More information here.

14′ x 16′ Glenn Echo

This tiny home features 224 sq. ft. and the cutest arched doorway you’ve ever seen! This home has lots of character and plenty of potential. Get it as seen for $19,309.18. More information here.

12′ x 16′ Oban

This is a crisp and modern Nordic tiny house coming it at 192 sq ft. It has an entirely different feel than the others here, but it’s awesome! Get it for $21,427. More information here.

16′ x 24′ Cheyenne Cabin

At 384 sq ft this is a much more spacious model and even has a deck off the front for a quiet place to sip your morning coffee. You can get this  model as shown for $27,925. More information here.

16′  x 20′ Invermere

While of course, you can choose your roof color, I’m in love with the red metal roofing on this 320 sq ft cabin. You can get it for $35,657.20 More information here.

So what do you think of these tiny homes? Which one would you buy? 

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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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  • Theresa Perdue
    May 16, 2020, 11:36 am

    These are absolutely wonderful! And a great idea for someone who is either in a hurry or just doesn’t have a lot of building experience. I am curious about my favorite the Glenn Echo as I am not sure if it is supposed to be a garage? But then I guess you make it what you want it to be.

    • James D.
      May 17, 2020, 10:46 pm

      Yes, most of the photos are from the owners. The product page points out that it’s was a customer-supplied garage door and arched front door… So aside from the basic structure design, everything is optional and up to owner how it gets done and how far you want to take it…

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