Chalets en Liberté, Free Chalets (translated), is a Quebec-based company that offers customized tiny mobile houses tailored to the individual needs of its customers. These are four-season tiny trailer homes that don’t need a building permit and can be equipped with rainwater harvesting system and solar panels to generate energy for its own use.
These mobile homes feature aluminum and steel exterior cladding and a flat roof. Their black exterior walls are lined with wooden details for an appealing look on the outside. The entry is possible through a metal staircase, which leads one straight into a living area adjoined by a full-sized kitchen. The master bedroom with bathroom is at the far end of the house. These tiny trailer homes are spacious enough to accommodate about four persons comfortably.
The interiors can be equipped with the desired appliances including a hot water tank, central heating, washer/dryer, refrigerator, and stove. Customers are presented with an option to include a rainwater harvesting system, folding patio, and solar panels for comfortable off-grid lifestyle.
Chalets en Liberté designs and builds these trailer homes with the idea to offer families outdoor cabins they can drive to any remote location to spend comfortable time alongside a pond, fishing zone, or somewhere in the mountains.
These trailer homes sell for a starting price of $49 000. The cost inflates according to autonomy and options chosen by the customer. The company is also offering open financing option to lure buyers, you can head over to the official website for more details.
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