Koda is a $125,000 tiny solar-powered house. It can be moved in one piece if the homeowner wants to relocate. It is 269 square feet, slightly larger than a one-car garage (200 sq ft) and the walls are made with strong concrete-timber composite panels so there’s no need for a foundation.





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30 COMMENTS

  1. At last in a long while, something plush that I can see myself living in, but the price is dumb and totally misses the point to the evolution of living in a tiny house! Some people are just so greedy to rip people off! An useful tip to those who are the fat cats and want to make money quick: put a reasonable price on your products that's more comprehensible to the market you're aiming at, and you will instantly get your clients, end up selling more and making your damn pocket fatter quicker! The purpose of people getting into the tiny house market is because they need somewhere to live that they can afford, if they had the blimey money, they would have bought/rented a place already!

  2. Pretty dumb. If you want a movable home, you can have a high-end travel trailer for a third the cost or less and enjoy all the same amenities including those for dry camping with NO hookups. And you don't have to hire a pro to move it, you can tow it with your own truck. A 200SF or larger small home can be built and equipped for about $15-$25K. I can appreciate the innovation of using newer type materials, but that does not make this a practical home at that cost.

  3. Pretty dumb. If you want a movable home, you can have a high-end travel trailer for a third the cost or less and enjoy all the same amenities including those for dry camping with NO hookups. And you don't have to hire a pro to move it, you can tow it with your own truck. A 200SF or larger small home can be built and equipped for about $15-$25K. I can appreciate the innovation of using newer type materials, but that does not make this a practical home at that cost.

  4. No because isn't the point of moving house so you can get a nicer house. Bigger, smaller, different size whatever and in a different location?
    No I wouldn't buy that

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