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Incredible Tiny Homes You Can Buy Now

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Rookwood Cottage

The design incorporates old piping for a hint of industrial influence but doesn’t overdo it. This model includes an incredible looking sliding barn door.

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Mac Shack

Instead of the A frame of the Stanley from Rocky Mountain Homes, the 14 ft. Mac Shack has a sloped roof and steps to the loft area.

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Lincoln Peak

Tiny Mountain Homes crafts 21 appropriately titled tiny homes named after peaks or mountains but Lincoln Peak piqued our interest.

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East Austin Rental

Like the Stanley, this 12 ft. option was built on a tight budget. The model utilizes reclaimed materials that provided an interesting look.

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Tiny Heirloom

Each Tiny Heirloom home is custom-built for the owner. The company, founded by residential builders, works under the notion that small doesn't mean a lack of luxury.

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The Bungalow

Wind River Tiny Homes offers both standard and custom tiny homes. Their Level 1 Bungalow model features traditional craftsman finishes, including wooden siding and shakes on the exterior.

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Caboose

The Caboose, manufactured by Wheelhaus, stays true to its namesake. The 400 sq. ft. footprint, with a 120 sq. ft. loft, resembles a train's caboose, with sleeping room for up to six people.

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Weehouse Arado

The Arado, built under the Weehouse moniker by Alchemy Architects, is truly ahead of its time. Completed in 2003, it blends seamlessly into its Minnesota prairie lot.

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