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Leftover building materials were used to create a 2-story, 20-foot long tiny home on wheels for $84,746 — see inside 'Bitser'

Business Insider Logo By bchang@businessinsider.com (Brittany Chang) of Business Insider | Slide 1 of 27: New Zealand-based Build Tiny created the Bitser Tiny House, a two-story towable tiny home on wheels.The tiny Bitser is 7.9 feet by 19.7 feet and sits at around 7,121 pounds.Like any home, Bitser comes with a kitchen, bathroom, dining area, living room, lofted bedroom, and washing machine.The tiny home on wheels, which was completed in March, cost around $84,746 including appliances.Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories.New Zealand-based Build Tiny created the Bitser Tiny House, a two-story 19.7-foot long towable home on wheels.The home was created out of extra material that was unused by previous builds, such as leftover windows and kitchen cabinets. But besides producing the tiny home with recycled pieces in mind, Build Tiny also wanted the interior design to reflect an "airy look" filled with light.Biter was purchased by Build Tiny's designer who "fell in love" with the build during construction and decided to purchase the mobile home before the company could publicly list it, according to its maker. While this particular build has already been sold, Build Tiny can create custom replicas for customers interested in a similar tiny home on wheels.The tiny Bitser is 7.9 feet by 19.7 feet, and sits at around 7,121 pounds, allowing it to be easily towed, according to Build Tiny's YouTube video tour of the tiny home. But like any non-tiny, non-mobile home, the Bitser comes with a bedroom, living room, kitchen, dining area, and bathroom.Keep scrolling to see inside Bitser, which was completed in March and cost around $84,746 including appliances.Read the original article on Business Insider

Leftover building materials were used to create a 2-story, 20-foot long tiny home on wheels for $84,746 — see inside 'Bitser'

  • New Zealand-based Build Tiny created the Bitser Tiny House, a two-story towable tiny home on wheels.
  • The tiny Bitser is 7.9 feet by 19.7 feet and sits at around 7,121 pounds.
  • Like any home, Bitser comes with a kitchen, bathroom, dining area, living room, lofted bedroom, and washing machine.
  • The tiny home on wheels, which was completed in March, cost around $84,746 including appliances.
  • Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories.

New Zealand-based Build Tiny created the Bitser Tiny House, a two-story 19.7-foot long towable home on wheels.

The home was created out of extra material that was unused by previous builds, such as leftover windows and kitchen cabinets. But besides producing the tiny home with recycled pieces in mind, Build Tiny also wanted the interior design to reflect an "airy look" filled with light.

Biter was purchased by Build Tiny's designer who "fell in love" with the build during construction and decided to purchase the mobile home before the company could publicly list it, according to its maker. While this particular build has already been sold, Build Tiny can create custom replicas for customers interested in a similar tiny home on wheels.

The tiny Bitser is 7.9 feet by 19.7 feet, and sits at around 7,121 pounds, allowing it to be easily towed, according to Build Tiny's YouTube video tour of the tiny home. But like any non-tiny, non-mobile home, the Bitser comes with a bedroom, living room, kitchen, dining area, and bathroom.

Keep scrolling to see inside Bitser, which was completed in March and cost around $84,746 including appliances.

Read the original article on Business Insider
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