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Tru Form Tiny M2 Tiny House


Tru Form Tiny has built more than 150 stunning custom tiny homes over the years, and their M2 models are a new way to meet the needs of the tiny house community. These units are already built and ready as-is! The gorgeous, moody interiors have an industrial-modern edge.

The unit below is available now with financing for $651.61/mo with 20% Down and excellent credit, or $98,300. It’s a 20′ model with two lofts, a cozy living area, and a galley kitchen that leads into a compact bathroom. It would make a great home for one person or an ADU/vacation property. What’s your favorite feature?

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Modern Tiny House by Tru Form Tiny For Sale with Financing Available

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The clear-coated wood panels have a lovely modern feel.

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There’s one loft here over the kitchen and bathroom.

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Another loft with a ladder acts as the main bedroom.

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The ladder has large rungs for sure stepping.

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There’s seating for two by the door.

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A comfortable chaise couch fits in the living room.

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This enclosed storage area is perfect for kitchen goods or linens.

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This sturdy metal ladder goes up to the loft.

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The color of these cabinets is stunning.

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The kitchen boasts a two-burner cooktop and oven shelving.

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Huge oval mirror in the bathroom!

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A residential toilet with two hooks for towels.

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I’m a sucker for the two-tone exteriors!

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The mini-split and propane sit over the tongue.

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VIDEO: Tiny Home Tour – M2

Highlights

  • 262-square-feet with dual lofts
  • Can accept Flush or Compost Toilet With urine diverted to gray water
  • RVIA-certified built on a custom two-axle trailer
  • Electric & propane power package
  • Heating & cooling residential mini split
  • Double paned argon filled window package
  • Built-in storage including awning style loft cabinet, cabinetry over the toilet, and upper cube
  • cabinet in the kitchen
  • Stair access to main loft (second ladder to loft available for upgrade purchase)
  • Dual lofts (2nd loft for sleeping or storage)
  • Matte black exterior fixtures
  • Clear coated wood paneling interiors
  • Easy Oak colored luxury vinyl plank flooring for durability
  • Formica graphite (charcoal) colored countertops
  • Chandelier lighting
  • Splendide combo washer/dryer fully vented
  • Upright refrigerator/freezer
  • 2-burner gas cooktop with convection oven below
  • Modern composition lap siding painted Pewter Green
  • Accent cedar siding, stained cedar

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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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  • jerry dycus
    August 1, 2023, 12:19 pm

    I’d like to read, see this but increasingly large data needed images prevent me from downloading articles so have stopped mostly even trying anymore.
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    • Alex
      August 2, 2023, 4:04 pm

      Hi Jerry,

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  • Kathy
    August 1, 2023, 7:54 pm

    Lovely home…..very nicely finished out in only 20 feet. I’d like to turn down the $98k pricing a bit by scaling back on the top-end finishes. I have been wanting a tiny house for 12+ years, but at the rate the cost has gone up since Covid ( and thank you I do understand the reasons this for the most part; some of it is just crazy however) I can’t even afford a 14 or 15 footer. I have a 13 foot (including the tongue) vintage trailer to camp and that’s as close as I am going to get. Next life I guess.

    • Alex
      August 2, 2023, 4:01 pm

      Hi Kathy,

      Thank you for your kind words about the Tru Form Tiny M2 Tiny House! We’re delighted to hear that you find it lovely and well-finished in its 20-foot size.

      We completely understand your concerns about the pricing and the impact of rising costs, especially since Covid. The current economic situation has undoubtedly affected everything, including the housing market. It can be disheartening to see the prices go beyond what feels attainable.

      While the Tru Form Tiny M2 Tiny House features top-end finishes that contribute to its premium pricing, there are indeed ways to scale back on certain elements to better fit your budget. Building a tiny house allows for some customization, and you can make choices that align with your financial constraints without compromising functionality and comfort.

      Also, vintage trailers can be a charming and cost-effective way to enjoy the tiny living experience. Embracing what you have now and making the most out of your 13-foot trailer for camping adventures can still provide fulfilling experiences.

      In the future, as circumstances change and options evolve, you might find more opportunities to explore your dream of owning a tiny house. Don’t lose hope, and who knows what possibilities the future holds!

      If you have any more thoughts or questions about tiny living or anything else, feel free to share. We’re here to support you on your journey.

      Best regards,

      Alex

      • Kathy
        August 2, 2023, 11:37 pm

        Thanks Alex.

    • James D.
      August 3, 2023, 10:49 pm

      Have you looked at options from budget builders like Simplify Further Tiny Homes, Incredible Tiny Homes, etc.?

      Or looked for companies that offer sales commissions that can include getting a Tiny House or discount towards one?

      Incredible Tiny Homes, for example, has that option for their Incred-I-Box…

      • Kathy
        August 6, 2023, 3:35 pm

        Thank you James. I did not know about Simplify Further, but I do know about Incredible. (Who doesn’t? LOL) I like the idea of, not a shell, but one with kitchen and bath, plumbing and wiring done, and walls finished. Finish work is a lot of fun to do myself. It harkens back to the way a lot of tiny houses got built early in their history before it became a business and then an expensive business. I would be happy searching out appliances and cabinetry etc at places like side-of-the-road or ReStore. I will check out Simplify Further for sure, hoping they are closer to California than Incredible for towing purposes.

  • Lee Ashmore
    August 2, 2023, 1:52 am

    This is a stunning example of how much you can fit in just 20 feet. The windows are well placed and bring in so much light, making the space feel so much bigger.

    • Alex
      August 2, 2023, 3:57 pm

      Hello Lee Ashmore,

      Thank you for your wonderful comment! We couldn’t agree more – the Tru Form Tiny M2 Tiny House is indeed a stunning example of maximizing space in just 20 feet. The clever placement of windows not only adds to the aesthetics but also floods the interior with natural light, creating a sense of openness and making the space feel much larger than its actual size.

      It’s amazing how thoughtful design can truly transform a compact space into a comfortable and inviting home. We hope this tiny house continues to inspire others to explore creative solutions for small living.

      If you have any more thoughts or questions about this tiny house or similar projects, feel free to share them. We love engaging with fellow enthusiasts like you!

      Best regards,

      Alex

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