Eagle Microhome

The Eagle Microhome: is a 350 sq. ft., two floors with a 50 sq. ft. deck on top. The main floor is 10′ x 20′, with a 5′x5′ bathroom (shower, toilet, sink) and two cabinets and small window, living area has french doors leading out to a deck, a living room area with bench seat, and a kitchen area with a bartable, bar stools, kitchen counter with sink, cabinets above and under counter bar fridge. It has built in storage behind the front door and has a narrow staircase with storage underneath leading to the upstairs bedroom, a 10′ x 15′ area with a corner chair and table and deep cabinets for storage.

It is tiny, yet there is quite a bit of storage space provided. It would be suitable for a Laneway home, a vacation cottage, a rental suite or a backyard office or studio.

It is made in Aldergrove B.C. by John Murchie of MurchTech Consulting Corp. He made his first tiny house 30 years ago in Vancouver – using composite steel technology that he has patented. The CST is modular and uses no wood in the main structure. it’s half the weight of wood and almost half the price. This model is $48,500 for just about everything (except the moveable furniture) and is made at the warehouse and shipped via flatbed truck to location.

A two-story, 350 square feet home built by MurchTech Consulting Corp and can be contacted at 604-306-7551.

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