From groceries to furniture to live ladybugs (just … why?), online retail giant Amazon sells everything you could possibly need for your home. But what about an actual house? Yes, Amazon sells those too. Check out these four tiny houses (plus one awesome backyard studio) you can buy online.
Allwood Avalon Cabin Kit
Back in the day, you could order a home from a catalog, have the pieces shipped to the build site, and easily assemble it yourself. Sears may have pioneered the kit home concept, but the internet has revolutionized the DIY home building market. Allwood is an online retailer that sells a range of products, from personal saunas to full cabins. Their Avalon Cabin comes with everything you need to build your next home yourself, including wood, doors, windows, and even the nails and screws. At $33,900, it’s a surprisingly affordable option for anyone confident enough to build it themselves.
Weizhengheng Expandable Container House
This container home from manufacturer Weizhengheng is a flat-pack modular prefab. Easy-to-follow instructions show you how to piece the walls together and assemble the kitchen, bathroom, and solar power system. At around 152-square-feet, this is a true tiny house, but it comes with features that make it feel spacious, including an expanding room that becomes the bedroom at night. There is also an attached deck with an awning to create a relaxing outdoor space.
Titan Park Model Homes Tiny Home
This home from Titan Park Model Homes takes the traditional idea of tiny homes and adds an extra layer of luxury. Built onto a trailer bed, this home can go wherever you go. A stylish sloped roof creates a roomy front porch outside and dramatically high ceilings inside. Extra touches like crown molding, a full kitchen, and huge windows allowing in endless natural light make this 399-square-foot home feel bright and spacious.
Bantam Built Tiny House on Wheels
Another tiny house on wheels, this one from Bantam Built is a bit smaller but still offers all of the comforts of home, including a bathroom and private bedroom. The exterior is clad in a combination of corrugated steel and wood siding to create a masculine, contemporary look. Inside, there is a kitchenette with a built-in booth that can be converted into a bonus bed. This home-on-wheels is RVIA-certified which means it is fully street legal. Bantam also left out the loft typically found in mobile tiny homes so you won’t have to be worried about clearance heights when towing.
Smart Solar Studio CUBE
If you’re not in need of a whole house but want a bonus room for a backyard office, art studio, or lounge space, you can buy that on Amazon too. Smart Solar Studio CUBE is a compact white box that arrives ready-to-use. The solar-powered Cube features a wall of glass to let in maximum natural light. The glass doors fold open, turning the Cube into an open-air space. A deck can be attached to add on a bonus space for working or relaxing. The minimalist style of this little box means you can deck it out to match your own decor and fully customize it to be whatever you need.
Now that you’re ready to take the plunge and buy a house (or tiny cube) from Amazon, there’s only one more question to ask: Do these qualify for Prime?
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