The clean and minimalist 278-square-foot setup, which has been dubbed the Koda Light Float, is fashioned from lightweight materials like plywood and timber, and boasts pretty much everything you’d need inside: a bedroom, bathroom, living room, and kitchen. And while it’s designed to be easily accessed via a small bridge from a dock or shore, you could also easily set it up without the pontoons and move to dry land when you’d prefer an occasional land-locked situation.
This Luxurious Floating Tiny Home Costs Just $55,000 & Can Be Assembled in a DayLili | March 25, 2019 | 0 | Tiny Home
If you have the means to buy a house, that’s great, as long as you’re sure you’re doing so in a place you want to settle down. But if you count yourself among the increasingly “nomadic” millennial set, you may be more inclined to keep your options open in case you feel like going off the grid for a bit, relocating for a better job, or, uh, earning a cool $10,000. Luckily, now you can have the best of both words, thanks to this company’s new luxurious floating tiny home, which costs just $55,000 and can be set up in a day.
These new, easily transportable digs come from the folks at the Estonian design firm Koda, who’ve engineered a remarkably affordable prefabricated tiny house model that floats on pontoons, installs in a day, and is built to last for 50 years. Basically, it could be the house to invest in if you’re not ready to totally settle down, love the water, and are charmed by modest living quarters.