A MAN has shown off a spacious tiny home that has two stories and only costs $6,999.
The guy recording described the red miniature house as neat and noted that it could be used as a small off-grid cabin but is “pretty big to be a shed.”
He noted that Smoky Mountain Storage Barns could deliver the smaller, 14 by 14, mini homes.
The business would have to build the 16 by 16 tiny homes, like the man shows in the clip, on-site, he explained.
The business that sells the tiny houses delivers the homes in East Tennessee.
At $6,999, the person behind the Planting Freedom YouTube account said the small home is being sold for a pretty good deal considering “they’ll bring it to your site and build it and everything for that.”
Both the 14 by 14 and 16 by 16 versions of the cabin that he says someone can purchase in cash and live off-grid in include stairs.
The smaller two-story tiny home costs $5,200.
In the video’s description, he stated: “This is the perfect way to own a small home cheap and mortgage free. You could pay cash for this and finish the inside over time.”
The fellow went on to say: “No point in being in debt for 30 years just to have a place to call home. A two-story tiny home that can be built off grid.”
He added: “Excellent business idea also for those who know construction. You can build these for cheap and sell these as side work. Cheap, spacious and affordable living.”
As the guy put his arm up inside the empty mini home in the clip, he said “I can’t touch the ceilings.”
The man noted that the ceiling in the home seems to be about 8ft tall.
“You can get it with different options – different doors, glass doors and stuff and more windows,” he said.
He was sure to show the style of the stairs saying: “This isn’t a ladder going up to a loft or anything like that – those are actual stairs.”
He recommended putting a bathroom or hot water tank underneath the stairway.
As the guy walked up the stairs he said the top floor seemed large enough to fit two rooms and pointed out the “decent size windows.”
“I’m sure you could probably build this for about the same price, maybe a little bit less but that’s a good deal either way,” he said.
The gentleman received almost 850 comments on the YouTube post.
“Thank you for this video,” someone said.
“I always wondered about that because I would see these shed conversions and think that was pretty cool, but I always thought there must be something more to it.”
“This is cool,” a person chimed in.
They went on to say: “This affordable empty shell leaves open the opportunity to put up your own wall partitions and setup your own room sizes and layouts.”
Someone added: “Thats a great option for those that need a quick and inexpensive tiny home. Thanks for sharing!”
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