317-Square-Foot Tiny House Looks Like A Luxury Home On The Inside

by Emerald Pellot
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Tiny Innovations has created a 317-square-foot home that is deceptively small. The towable home is around $65,000, which the company believes is an affordable path, though untraditional, to owning a home.

“Living in a tiny home doesn’t mean you have to downsize — we build modern, versatile, fully custom tiny living homes that are as beautiful as they are functional,” the company states on their webpage.

The home has a complete kitchen with a four-burner stove, an oven, a fridge, and a sink. It has a fully functional bathroom that even has a bathtub. Not only that, but there’s two bedrooms and a living room. The tiny home packs a huge punch.

For those with the wanderlust bug, the portable home can go off the grid with solar power.

“The population is growing, and there’s a shortage of affordable places to live,” Tiny Innovations said. “We need additional housing solutions for those that whom traditional home ownership is out of reach — mortgages are too expensive in many markets, property taxes are rising and incomes aren’t.”

The creators aren’t too far off. According to census data, the average cost of a new home in the United States in 2017 was around $330,000. At $65,000, tiny home ownership is an achievable goal, and it’s practical if a family needs to up and move across the country.

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