These 'micro-homes' are constructed of insulated steel panels and have been compared to Idea products.
One of a Vancouver company, Nomad Micro Homes products is a new addition to mega-retailer Amazon's lineup.
Nomads mostly prefabricated tiny home, the Cube, is now available to purchase online for $49,000 plus $4,000 shipping.
Made in B.C., they're constructed of insulated steel panels and have been compared to Ikea products in that they're relatively inexpensive and need to be assembled.
These two-storey, 13.5' by 13.5' by 13.5' homes are flat packed and assembled by you, or by a handyman.
Of course, $49,000 isn't the 'all in' price, as there are a few things they don't come with. There's no fridge, stove, heating system or hot water heater.
And you're going to need to hire a plumber and an electrician to connect the services.
If you want to live off-the-grid, there are add-on options such as a water treatment system and solar panels that can be tacked on.
Oh, and of course land. The land is not included.
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