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Your New Flat-Packed Mini Guest House

The tiny house movement just keeps getting, well, bigger.

The Mini House popped into the scene in 2012, but since then, the designers of this miniature masterpiece have been re-vamping their plans to offer up a version with electricity and a fitted kitchen. If you're not ready to move in yet, you will be soon.

The blueprints were developed in Sweden, where at just 15 square meters, they didn't even require building permits to be put on property, just a foundation.

All Mini Houses come flat-packed, which means they'll need some assembly, but it'll all be worth it when you consider your view can be any place you put it. Have you checked out any of these fine real estate contenders yet?

These little guys really take advantage of outdoor space, providing patios on all their models with a slatted awning to offer a bit of shade on bright days.

Though originally conceived as a guest house, the open plan that fits bunk beds, a kitchen, and bathroom with a shower could easily render it your personal off-the-grid home away from home.

It may be sparse, but it's got all your essentials. Sink and stove? Check. 

The floor-plans are customizable, so you can buy more than one and combine them side by side to build your perfect dream home. And since they start at just $29,550, that dream may be closer than you think.


Ali Drucker is a miniature staff writer for Supercompressor. Follow her on Twitter and Instagram.