This 33-foot-long tiny home with a chandelier costs $150,000

Tiny houses are all the rage. It also turns out you can charge a lot for ones decked out with luxury amenities.  One recently completed tiny house in Portland, Oregon, for example, features a chandelier, stained hardwood floors, and a motorized bed inside of steps. It cost $150,000.

The house, originally spotted by New New Atlas, measures just 33 feet long and 200 square feet (or about the same size as a one-car garage). The home, known as Vintage Glam, was custom-built by Tiny Heirloom Luxury Homes, a Portland-based company that constructs houses under 400 square feet. A couple in Portland commissioned it. A mattress sits on top of a motorized platform inside the steps that lead up to the couch. When the home’s owner wants to go to sleep, they use a remote control to make a hidden bed slide out. Across from the living room/bedroom, there is a kitchen with two marble counters, a fridge, dishwasher, sink, oven, and stacked washer and dryer. The bathroom features a living wall filled with plants and a vintage tub. Outside, there’s a porch with two wooden rocking chairs.


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