Months after a $7,000, do-it-yourself tiny home sold out within hours, Amazon is now hawking a 774-square-foot home on its website with a $105,000 price tag.
The latest house is a 3 bedroom, 2 bathroom home. Named “The Cliff” and made by Estonian wooden structure distributor Q-haus, the dwelling, has an open kitchen, dining room and sauna, makes the guest houses and backyard pool cabanas that previously sold on Amazon looks small in comparison!
The home weighs 44,000 pounds and arrives in two modules that can be assembled by “two skilled workers,” according to the listing.
Plus it comes fully furnished!!
While the home is currently unavailable on Amazon (without a timeline on when it will be), the notion is that interested buyers will be able to add it to their cart and get it delivered. According to Q-haus, buyers sign a contract of purchase, after which it will take approximately three months to produce and ship. The house has been designed by architect Kertti Soots and went up on Amazon last week.
Currently, Amazon sells several tiny homes on its site, including a build-it-yourself garden house and a 12-foot transparent igloo dome. Due to the uniqueness of these designs, the homes are typically ordered on demand rather than kept in stock. Amazon acknowledged Inman’s questions about demand for the product but declined to answer them due to its being made by a third-party seller.