Amazon may have started as a bookstore, but the e-commerce giant is now all over our households and in the headlines. From smart home devices to the perennial favorite Instant Pot, Amazon sells almost everything—including houses.
Of course, we’re not talking about large houses. But an increasing number of tiny homes can be ordered on Amazon. They come in different shapes and sizes—think shipping containers, backyard sheds, and cabins—and each unit requires a unique amount of sweat equity.
We’ve rounded up five different options below.
Cost: $36,000 plus shipping
Details: The 320-square-foot house uses a new sea container as the structural shell—not a recycled one—and includes a rather plain bedroom, shower, toilet, sink, small kitchenette, appliances, and living area. Large double doors open to the outside, and extra windows were added to increase light. Read more, over here.
Details: This 273-square-foot backyard house features contemporary styling and large windows as an alternative to the classic cabin look. Assembly takes a full day for two adults, and there’s room for a bedroom and living room in this model.
Details: The cabin is modest in size, featuring a downstairs with three rooms and a lofted sleeping area. It can function as a summer house, home office, or stand-alone retail building. The kit takes two adults approximately two to three days to construct using step-by-step directions that come with the kit. Check it all out, over here.
Cost: $36,800 plus shipping
Details: Made with a hot galvanized light steel frame, this expandable container house comes with plumbing and a solar power system. Makers says it can work as an office, garden house, or small living accommodation.
Details: A 12-foot dome made from non-corrosive, recyclable PVC and PA6 materials, this structure is inspired by architect and engineer Buckminster Fuller’s geodesic domes. According to the product description, the design maximizes airflow to keep a uniform temperature throughout and can handle up to 90 pounds of snow and winds up to 31 miles per hour. Read more, over here.