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Smarter Living Homes Unveils The UnTiny

Santa isn't the only one delivering BIG things this Christmas. We are proud to announce the arrival of our latest small footprint home, The UnTiny, which boasts 460-485 square feet of uninterrupted, livable floor space with big features rarely, if ever, found in traditional tiny homes. 


"We've seen a lot of beautiful tiny homes, but we've also talked to people who downsized into multi-level, multi-functional tiny homes and regret their decision because they feel the homes aren't practical to live in or even rent out for extended periods of time," says CEO and co-founder Alison Poland. 

"Our version of the tiny home was designed by and for a member of our design team, so I can confidently say we took all the feedback from down-sizers and created a truly-functional

 tiny home with most of the luxury features of larger, more traditional homes." 

The UnTiny is mortgaged and insured as a traditional home, with many insurers offering lower rates than of those for comparable stick-built homes, due to the non-combustible, commercial-quality, low-risk nature of the home.  

What you WON'T find with The UnTiny:

  • Wheels

  • Ladders

  • Lofts

  • Impractically-small appliances or bathrooms

  • Fear during storms 

  • Mobility

  • The need for multi-functional furniture

What you WILL find with The UnTiny:

  • 2x6 steel construction

  • Permanent foundation

  • 12' vaulted ceilings

  • 8' doors throughout 

  • 1-2 bedroom floor plans

  • Ample closet space 

  • Upgraded kitchen cabinetry with granite countertops 

  • Studio-size, stainless steel appliances

  • Full size bathroom with traditional plumbing

  • Front load washer/dryer

  • Long-lasting Hardie Board siding 

  • High-efficiency mini-split HVAC system

  • Metal roof

  • Covered porch

  • Gutters with rain chains 

  • A structure that can withstand winds up to 200 mph

  • R32 insulation

  • Solar, Cat 5 and Window Upgrades

  • A socially-acceptable home that adds value to your property and neighborhood








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