The 12 Best Tiny Houses You Can Buy On Amazon

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Have you ever considered downsizing? Not just moving into a slightly smaller place, but really scaling back on your belongings and living space? Could you live in a tiny house?

If a minimalistic lifestyle appeals to you, look no further than Amazon. Yes, the purveyor of all things deliverable will ship you a tiny home—or at least a kit, so you can build one for yourself.

You may have seen this prefabricated modular tiny home available on Amazon that has the internet abuzz. And yes, it’s pretty cool. But it’s not your only option. The online retailer actually offers several kits, from those for minuscule cabins to kits for tiny cottages with lofts. Check out this roundup of tiny homes you can order online right now. (Caveat: Assembly is required.)

1. Arlanda Garden House

Looking like a product of IKEA, this 180-square-foot garden house is a modern option. You must install any plumbing or wiring yourself, but the home itself is only $7,790 from a third party seller.


2. Bella Cabin

This cute cottage offers 237 square feet of living space in the main area and an additional 86 square feet in the loft. With three rooms on the first floor, you can easily create a kitchen and a bathroom. This tiny home is $17,800, and shipping is free.


3. Claudia Cabin

This tiny house has windows galore on one side and 209 square feet of space for you to customize. Amazon sells it for $7,290 with free shipping.


4. Getaway Cabin

When you live in a tiny home, you take advantage of outdoor living space as well. The small porch on this cabin can serve as a fair-weather living room. With three rooms downstairs and a loft upstairs, you get nearly 300 square feet for $19,250 plus free shipping.


5. Halmsted Garden House

One of the tiniest homes available on Amazon, this house is just 116 square feet. With sleek lines and a contemporary appeal, this kit costs $5,490 with free shipping.


6. Lillevilla Weekender Cabin

It’s only 75 square feet inside, but add the optional terrace to this charming cabin and it’s wonderfully inviting. This very tiny home is only $3,400, and it is shipped free.


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7. MoonCliff Log Cabin

This single-room home has 164 square feet of floor space, as well as several floor-to-ceiling windows to let in lots of natural light. It costs $8,290 and—you guessed it!—ships for free.


8. Nordica Cabin

Designed with year-round living in mind, this cabin provides 191 square feet on the main floor and a 95-square-foot loft, giving you space to install a bathroom and kitchen. The price for this tiny home is $16,950 with free shipping.


9. Ranger Cabin

This is the stuff tiny home dreams are made of. The cabin has 259 square feet on the main floor and a large 168-square-foot loft, as well as thick, energy-efficient walls. The price: $19,990 with free shipping from Amazon.


10. Sunray Cabin

With so many front-facing windows, it’s no wonder this tiny house is called the Sunray. Live a beachy life after you put together this 162-square-foot cabin, which costs $8,690 with free shipping.


11. Timber Frame Cabin

In the world of tiny homes, this might be considered a mansion. This 725-square-foot cabin has two bedrooms and a bathroom, as well as ample room for a fully-stocked kitchen. It costs $59,321 plus $4.49 for shipping.


12. Timberline Cabin

Another spacious tiny house, this model features 354 square feet on the main floor with an additional 129 square feet in the loft. Three rooms downstairs make it easy to finish out your bath and kitchen. The porch provides even more living space. Get the kit, shipped free, for $34,900.


Whether you’re ready to take the leap into tiny home living or are toying with the idea of a separate guest house in your backyard, isn’t it nice to know you can just jump on Amazon and buy one?

[h/t: Gizmodo]