By Mark McConville
PEEK INSIDE the new model of a stunning tiny home described as the ‘most liveable’ which could be coming to a town near you as its available to UK customers for around £73k.
The 256-square-foot home looks incredibly spacious despite its size and comes complete with a spacious social area, large king loft overlooking the rest of the property and plenty of storage including in the staircase.
Other striking shots show the poplar-panelled exterior of the 24-foot-long trailer, the sleek bathroom and modern kitchen.
The Clover tiny house is available to buy for around £69k in the US. UK customers can import for a shipping fee of between £3k and £4k.
Modern Tiny Living can also sell people the plans so they could then use a local builder to construct their home. They believe its popularity is down its liveable features.
“Regarding Clover, it is just another design on the same platform as our Kokosing model,” said co-founder Robert Hendricks.
“As you can see compared to the previous model, we really are diverse with our designs.
“Despite being built on the same model, the home has a completely different feel, theme, and design.
“My favourite bits about Clover personally include the concrete countertops, green accents, and the poplar interior walls. All in all I just find it to be a beautiful home.”
The Clover is available to buy as shown in the pictures and video meaning it would be ready for any buyer to move in right away.
With the tiny house movement becoming more and more popular Mr Hendricks explained why people are rejecting the conventional house and way of living.
“The tiny house movement is about refocusing on what’s most important in life,” he said.
“There is something magical about reducing the clutter, the distractions, and the “options” in life – something magical about cutting the fat and narrowing our lives down to what is most valuable: time, moments with people we care about and freedom.
“We live in this “Keeping up with the Joneses” world where everyone is trying to go bigger, bigger, bigger – more stuff, more money, more technology. Not that there is something inherently wrong with these things, but we can all agree that very often more is less and less is more.
“It’s connection that fulfils us, not stuff. We need connection to ourselves, to others, to nature. The tiny house experience is about reconnecting with that which matters most, and by limiting our “space” it forces us not to distract ourselves with stuff but rather engage with what we have – whether it’s a friend, a loved one, a book, a record, or just watching the world go by.
“There is a reason this movement has roots growing ever deeper, and it is because it is waking up a part of humanity that has been, to some degree, crushed by consumerism, social media, politics, and water cooler gossip.
“The tiny house movement is – at least for thousands of people – a way to unplug and rediscover who we are.”
Modern Tiny Living are based in America but can ship to the UK.
For more information see http://www.moderntinyliving.com/