Beautifully Handcrafted Heirloom Tiny House

This off-the-grid on wheels has been beautifully handcrafted using sustainably sourced materials. Designed to stand the test of time, it’s one to be passed down to future generations.

The home was constructed by Ryan of , who we featured on the show earlier. You can see the tour we filmed of his original here.
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One of the major benefits to building a tiny house, is that you need less materials to build and therefore can invest more in the quality of materials you use. That’s certainly the case in Alex and Emmie’s home which was constructed to be environmentally friendly, sustainable and crafted well enough to be passed onto their children one day as a family .

Presented and Produced by: Bryce Langston
Camera: Bryce Langston & Rasa Pescud
Editing: Rasa Pescud

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  1. Hey all! Thanks so much for watching this weeks episode. I hope you enjoy it! I really love how this home has been built to last the generations. So much construction nowadays is just quickly and cheaply slapped together homes built for easy turn-around and profit, but this is a home which was really built with some love! I’d love to hear what you think of this home! Remember, for those who enjoy our videos and would like to help us on our mission, we are on Patreon at – here, you can support us for just $1 per video, which goes a long way to helping to keep us on the road producing videos! Enjoy this weeks episode, and I’ll see you again next week! 🙂

  2. It’s funny, you hear $80k and think, “Whoa, that’s expensive!” But then you get the context of their area of rent being $2k a month and you realize the house costs less than 4 years worth of rent. That’s very cost effective!

  3. I normally love all the videos re tiny house living and I’m sure this video shows a beautiful home but I literally could not get past this girl’s voice it is the most annoying I have heard and who talks like that unless you’re speaking deliberately that way

  4. Finally, a young couple who are actually married and planning to have children! May they be very blessed in their beautiful home as they seek to build a family together.

  5. Another nice little home. Unfortunately, where I live these things are illegal (you’re not allowed to have your domicile at a mobile home, and if you’d put it on concrete slabs without the wheels, they consider it too small and ‘inhuman’ to live in…). So the only people here who have tiny houses are alternative youngsters who officially live at home (which is domicile fraud and can be punished severely) and get a tiny house for showing off how alternative they are, or rich folks who use it as luxury RV vacation homes. People in the US and Canada should really appreciate the freedom they have!

  6. While watching these kind of channels, I think that living alternatively in tiny house isn’t that uncommon in USA, what I would’ve think of.

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