Slabtown Custom Structures, also called Slabtown Customs & Tiny Homes, is a business which has more than a decade of experience manufacturing tiny houses. The company has built offices, cabins, storage units, trailers, and full-time residences.
Presumably, most of Slabtown’s work is commissioned directly by customers, so there is not a whole lot posted for sale on the company’s website. Nonetheless, there are a few tiny houses currently being showcased, each of them totally unique. Let’s check them out.
The Purple Tiny House
This tiny house was sold for $30,000. The bright purple siding is of course what stands out the most—but there is also a deck area which would be great for dining, astronomy, or even just relaxing and enjoying the sun.
The Purple Tiny House measures 600 square feet, and includes a single bedroom. High ceilings keep the structure spacious. There is an attic, a fireplace, a dishwasher and a microwave.
Rock Tiny House
This tiny house has also sold. It is a bit smaller than the Purple Tiny House, measuring just 550 square feet. It includes a single bathroom, along with a porch, fireplace, laundry machines, air conditioning, hookups for wi-fi, and high ceilings. There is also a fireplace.
The origin of the name is obvious; rocks surround the door as well as the windows for a touch of eccentricity. The home sold for $25,000.
The least expensive tiny house offered by Slabtown is arguably its most impressive. As of the time of this writing, it is still for sale for $12,500.
The RV has a Masonite exterior and waterproofing on top. It is loaded with cool features and extras, including large doors and a 7-gallon water holding tank which can be pressurized using a bicycle pump.
The back of this little RV opens up to reveal this:
That is an amazing kitchen! Seriously! It may not have everything, but it has almost everything. There is no oven or stove, but there is a microwave, a fridge, a functional sink, a counter top, and storage for spices, utensils, dishes, and cups (the plate storage is so clever). I would never have expected this (I had initially thought the “Chuckwagon” reference in the name was just the company being rustic and cute—but it is actually a very specific reference)!
Inside there is a 36” LED TV including a Blu-Ray player.
The bed sure looks cozy.
There is a ton of storage packed into the interior.
My mind is seriously blown here. This is how it’s done. You have comfort, style and space here—but it’s all on a budget. It’s luxurious and practical all at the same time. $12,500 is not a bad price at all to demand for this genius little trailer.
If you are interested in the Chuckwagon Glamper or are thinking about commissioning Slabtown for a tiny house of your own, visit the company here.