Tiny Homes Are Starting to Look Ridiculously Spacious

How do they even do it?

September 12, 2016 9:00 am

When the folks at Alabama Tiny Homes were drawing up plans for their latest creation, the Freedom Home, they didn’t leave enough room for a big-screen television, like some others.

They left enough space for two of ’em.

Built on a custom 28-foot trailer, the 304-square-foot Freedom’s model features a kitchen with a fold-out dining table, a decent-sized living room area with a custom sofa bed and a 47-inch LCD television on its main level … as well as a 32-inch TV in its lofted sleeping area.

In addition to the television, the loft contains a double bed and skylight, while the main floor houses the tiny home’s spacious bathroom, some storage areas and even a walk-in closet.

From the framing to the roofing and siding to the plumbing and electrical wiring, AL Tiny Homes handled every aspect of the turnkey-ready build, some of their most impressive work to date.

“Housing prices are outrageous,” notes a company sales pitch. “Energy bills are constantly increasing. You shouldn’t have to live paycheck to paycheck. You should just be able to live.” 

The Freedom sold for $57k, but consultations are complimentary — what do you have to lose?

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