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This 170-Square-Foot Mobile Home Could Be Yours for $22K

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All photos courtesy of <a href="">Monarch Tiny Homes</a> via <a href="">Inhabitat</a>.
All photos courtesy of Monarch Tiny Homes via Inhabitat.

The scale and size of this gabled dwelling may be rather micro, but the small price tag on this mobile home is still a bit of a (welcome) surprise. At just $22,000, the latest offering from San Diego, California-based manufacturer Monarch Tiny Homes—dubbed the Half/Half tiny home—has a plywood floor and recycled siding that each lend it a rugged, utilitarian air. Inside the steeply gabled, 170-square-foot structure, under which lies the sleeping loft, simple timber furnishings and fittings take the barebones aesthetic a step further (as does a self-contained composting toilet). It's not the most luxurious tiny home we've ever seen (or even the most luxurious one on wheels), but we dare say it's rather nice. A slightly larger, 20-foot-long version of the house can be purchased for $47,000, if you're feeling like an extravagant spendthrift (we kid, we kid) or simply need a tad more space.

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