Enjoying a blend of the sturdiness of a container home and the aesthetic of a regular one, this A-frame cabin house looks amazing no matter which angle you’re looking at it from. It’s more than just a pretty face, though, as you get a feature-rich home that won’t cost a fortune to move, all for under $25K!
Sounds good? There’s more! Keep reading and we’ll walk you through every nook and cranny of residence:
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Tiny Home Size
- 20’ long
- 8’ wide
Tiny Home Price
$25,000, located in Wylie, TX.
This A-frame cabin house was built by Cargo-Cabins in Texas.
Tiny Home Features
- Thanks to a 10’ ceiling, storage lofts are a possibility, and won’t bring the cost up too much as the home is already quite affordable to begin with.
- If you’re in any major city in Texas, the home can be delivered for free. Yeehaw!
- Despite the low price tag, you still get the fridge, electric 2-burner stovetop and a 6 gallon water heater included.
- Since the home can be customized to your liking, spending a bit more makes this A-frame cabin house an off-grid one too!
- R-22 and R-13 insulation on the floor and walls will ensure you’re saving as much as you can on your power bill.
Exterior-wise, the home looks durable yet aesthetic at the same time. The lack of wheels is a let-down, but not a deal-breaker, as that only reduces its versatility to a specific group.
Inside, the super small footprint still gets everything done, and even includes a second entry door for safety.
The living area/bedroom comes first. Here, you have two options: a 3-seater pull-out couch or a Murphy bed. Our preference? The Murphy bed simply because it makes the home easy to navigate when not in use.
A small dining/work table beside is a nice touch, while the space just beside the kitchenette can be used for a closet.
Speaking of which, next up is the cooking area, which is a no-frills, basics-covered setup in a single galley. Throw in a couple of cabinets on the walls, fit in your optional appliances, and you’re good to go!
Just beside the kitchenette is the bathroom
which comes with the shower, sink and toilet.
If you’re going the offgrid route, consider going for a composting toilet instead.
In conclusion, even though it may look like the A-frame cabin house has some drawbacks on the surface, it’s still a solid pick if your use case fits what it’s meant for.
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For more information about this A-frame cabin house, check out the complete listing in the Tiny House Marketplace or visit Cargo-Cabins. Make sure that you let them know that iTinyHouses.com sent you their way.