People who have been following the tiny home movement for years know that Minimaliste is one of the best, if not the greatest, tiny house makers in the world. With its big and beautiful micro residences, the Quebec-based small house company has brought a breath of fresh air into the housing market. The company’s Nomad series, in particular, stands out from traditional recreational vehicles because to its strength and endurance. Minimaliste continues the series by introducing the Nomad 30 small house, which is larger and better than earlier models.
“The 30ft Nomad is the longest version in the Nomad series,” says the tiny house builder. It not only has the same durability and toughness as the 24ft, 28ft, and 30ft fifth wheels, but it also has more inside capacity.” The tiny house, which is built on a double-axle trailer, is modest but optimized and exudes a warm and cozy vibe. It has two types of steel on the outside: black vertical steel sheets and woodgrain imitation steel cladding. “The woodgrain imitation is maintenance free and UV resistant while the other type of steel only requires a verification on the fasteners seals every year,” the business goes on to explain.
Topping it off, the tiny house may be outfitted with off-grid features such as solar panels and water tanks. A fold-down metal terrace with integrated stairs leads you into the house. Most tiny houses have a leveler to bring down the deck, but Minimaliste eliminates that effort by providing a remote control for optimal convenience.
When you walk in, you’ll see a closet on the left that’s perfect for storing your jackets and boots. A pull-out couch adjacent to the closet comfortably sleeps two people. You may even binge-watch your favorite shows while laying on the comfortable couch facing an LED mounted on the wall.
Walk a bit further to find the kitchen of the tiny house. It faces a dinette that seats 4 people and turns into a berth to sleep an extra man. Both the dinette and the kitchen countertop are wood laminate and they match the other wood accents in the home.
The kitchen is outfitted with high-quality appliances such as a Furrion 12V refrigerator and a Furrion propane range/oven. A two-in-one washer/dryer combo is stacked beneath the countertop. Despite the limited space, there are plenty of cabinets for storage. Not to mention the microwave, which is mounted on a pull-out tray in the tall pantry adjacent to the refrigerator. The tiny house’s bathroom is up next. There isn’t much to say about it, so I’ll just make a passing reference statement: it has a shower, toilet, and sink.
Finally, there is a bedroom towards the back of the home. The main bedroom is extremely large and has a conventional queen-size bed with storage underneath. The bedroom is particularly light and airy, thanks to big windows that allows plenty of light and air to enter.
This tiny house is available for purchase on Minimaliste’s official website for roughly $91,500.