First-of-its-kind tiny home in Myrtle Beach features smart technology and bamboo interior

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Though you'd have to travel to Myrtle Beach, SC to see this tiny little piece of cabin heaven, this first-of-its-kind free range home is ready for you to take it wherever you so choose.

At only 218 square feet, this house packs more advanced features than most modern, full-sized homes today.

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The home is circuited with LED lighting and a 2 circuit electrical system, extremely user-friendly and ideal for energy saving.

The floors are corner to corner covered in dark bamboo and the walls covered in a patchwork cedar wood, making the small space feel extremely modern and well-designed.

Take a walking tour through the home here:

There's a barn-style door leading to the bathroom as well as a red metal roof--two features rarely (if ever) seen in a home this size.

The loft bedroom is ideally set right under the peak of the roof, creating the illusion of more space and a desired feeling of separation from the rest of the house.

It's clear that the structure was built by the owner, as the intricate attention to detail and design are truly unique for a tiny house. Knowing that this $25K home is truly personal and a one-of-a-kind piece of property.

Click through below to check out pictures of this Myrtle Beach gem:

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