Australian Lifestyle 7200NLR is the muse for your next cottage project

Much like caravans, vehicles, and everything from Australia, Designer Eco Tiny Homes are a team known for building homes that are safe, comfortable, and most importantly, affordable, able to support your adventurous lifestyle.

If you don’t know who this team can be and what they can do, after getting to know the Lifestyle Series 7200NLR cottage, you may very well travel to Australia for a new home.

First of all, this house is priced at 104,500 AUD, which is roughly $ 75,806 at current exchange rates. Compared to motorhomes and other mobile life machines, this is pretty good, given that you have all the comforts of home. It’s time to see how they make small houses in Australia.

First of all, Designer Eco is the kind of team that gives their clients an array of options when building such a structure. That said, you can customize your 7200NLR however you want. But, be prepared with some extra cash if you want to.

Now that $ 76,000 will buy you a house that is 720cm (23.6ft) long, 240cm (7.87ft) wide, and 385cm (12.6ft) high. pi). Yeah, it’s a house, okay. It is also one of Designer Eco’s single storey houses, meaning everything is on the ground floor.

Because you can customize 7200, you can choose a single, double, or queen room. Even though you are on the ground floor, the bedroom is surrounded by three massive windows, helping to fill the area with natural light. Space for bedside tables and any other decor you want is also available. Nothing on the storage under the bed.

Towards the opposite end of the house you will enter the living room, equipped with a modular sofa, if desired, and large patio doors that make it easy for you to exit. Even though there’s no information on the manufacturer’s website on what kind of features you’ll find inside, the gallery images should do a hell of a job revealing what’s possible.

The kitchen is a space we may deem appropriate with features and appliances the size of a house. A three-burner top, oven, vent hood, and plenty of cabinetry make it seem like this is not an RV-style home. There also appears to be room for a washer / dryer combo.

Finally, the bathroom is an area where I see no problem. From the composting toilet to the large shower stall, you will feel comfortable and clean no matter where you venture. Vanity and linen racks are also in place.

One aspect that I found quite cool is the raised roof in place. Not only does it open up the space, giving you an airy feel, but it also acts as a place where you can put extra cabinetry or whatever else you might need on your adventures. At the top, a skylight lets in natural light.

Like most other mini-houses on the market, the 7200NLR is mounted on a three-axle trailer with four stabilizer feet. To support heavy loads like these, this trailer is probably made of steel. No mention of the frame and coating of this house. These are features you will need to talk to Designer Eco about. But we are told that this structure has a GVM of 4,500 kg (9,920 lb). Better get that towing platform out.

Of course, you might have to travel to Australia just to get this little house back. Or, you can just use the Lifestyle 7200NLR series as inspiration for your own local mini-home project. Something to consider if you are looking to join the adventure lifestyle.

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