A TINY house sold for $12,000 and has many uses.
Home Depot’s Malibu Small Space is a 120 square foot steel stand kit.
The Tiny House can be used as a cabin, guest room, home office or storage shed.
Available for $12,000, well below average American home prices, this versatile tiny house could be used for many purposes after renovation.
The home is constructed of steel stud frames, which Home Depot’s product listing says provide durability and strength for long-term use.
The listing also mentions that the Malibu Tiny House can be delivered in just over a month.
Before shipping, the Tiny House can be customized.
The listing recommends checking with local authorities to determine what size frame you can erect without permit requirements.
The product details section of The Home Depot’s website states that in some locations building up to 200 square meters is allowed without a permit.
The same section also states that the Tiny House takes about four to six hours to build.
Finishing costs for doors, windows and electrical are approximately $1,200, but that cost does not include fees or required permits, the listing said.
With its compact size, this tiny house is designed for people with limited space.
The Malibu Small Space kit offers a functional and well-designed interior layout that maximizes available space.
It can be converted into a cozy retreat cabin or used as a guest room that can accommodate visitors.
The tiny house can also serve as a home office or shed for storing items.
When it comes to tiny homes and how they can be used, there are no limits, as The US Sun has reported extensively.
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Tiny houses not only offer practical extra space, but can also be a way to save money on rent.
There is a small home village in California that was created as a permanent solution to the housing crisis.
The village consists of six small houses, four of which have already been occupied by new residents.
Rent for these homes starts at $500 per month.
The aim is to provide affordable rental housing for the homeless and to encourage similar projects in other areas.
Another Tiny Homes success story is a TikToker documenting his journey to converting an $11,000 shed into a one-bedroom, kitchen, and wrap-around porch tiny home.
The videos gained popularity as the creator shared updates on the renovation’s progress, amassing over 85,000 followers.
The project included the installation of insulation, drywall, a loft bedroom and a solar power system while maintaining debt-free status.
As The US Sun has previously reported, there are smaller residential villages that rent or sell for as little as $1,100.
Also, a couple bought a tiny house for $2,500, invested $20,000 and successfully converted it into their dream home.