High-End Tiny Homes

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Luxury homes tend to have a few defining characteristics, but one of the most important aspects is doubtless an abundance of space. The most expensive homes currently on the market — $195 million Palazzo di Amore in Los Angeles, $139 million Le Palais Royal in Florida — weigh in at a massive 53,000 and 60,000 square feet, respectively.

The tiny home craze, a movement centered on the countercultural idea that it’s better to live small than large, is taking a cue from the mega-mansion and embracing upscale amenities. From quality woods to granite countertops to sound systems and LED lights, tiny homes have moved beyond their sawdust toilet roots, with several companies offering scaled-down versions of luxury features. One company is even marketing a tiny hot tub…

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3 Responses to High-End Tiny Homes

  1. Whoa. The prices on these just blow my mind…of course some of those are because in part of the old real estate thing, “location, location, location!” But still…$400,000 + for 600 square feet is pretty amazing.

  2. Donna says:

    The homes are Gorgeous along with the locations, but I’m confused. The point of the tiny House Movement is to help folks live a simpler life and not be a slave to a morgage, It seems little thes homes shown are for almost a “Novelty” Folks with deep pockets. The average Joe can’t afford places like these, it seems like a were mocking the whole idea.

  3. Rebecca says:

    Of course, those who worship money attempt to divert those who start straying from their role as consumers and their run for freedom. Run!

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