These adorable and eco-friendly arched cabins are only $10K
Tiny homes are still all the rage, and for good reason – they're manageable, flexible and for the most part, much more affordable than standard-sized houses.
Equally in-demand these days are sustainable and eco-friendly homes.
These homes, however, are usually much less affordable and much more of a headache when it comes to figuring out logistics of purchasing and setting up.
But thanks to Arched Cabins, there seems to be a way to combine affordability, sustainability and a tiny, digestible size.
The homes, which range in size from 14 feet wide x 12 feet tall to 24 feet wide x 32 feet tall, can be self-assembled or build via the company's team of builders.
Take a look at these quaint, adorable cabins below:
There are different options for construction of the homes, as the company website explains:
"Whether you pour a traditional concrete foundation, build a pier and beam foundation utilizing a wood frame, build a pier and beam foundation that is all steel or even build over a basement, an Arched Cabin is versatile enough to work with your choice."
The cabins are able to sustain up to 150 mph winds and inclement weather.
They ship to 48 states and can be insulated appropriately, depending on locaton.
The smallest structure stats at $1,000 before shipping (and without any additional features).
Now, check out this enchanting tiny woodland home in Portland, Oregon:
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