If your home is where your heart is, but your family is bursting from the scenes there, there are options to make more room without a big fuss. Accessory dwelling units (ADUs) like the ones from Samara are giving families more room to live, have a quiet home office, or to give the kids an outside playroom.
The Backyard Tiny House is made by Samara, a company created by Airbnb cofounder Joe Gebbia. The new company offers the net-zero ADU in two sizes, and for use in many applications. The 430 square foot studio, and a 55 square foot one-bedroom makes room for guests, and recreational sheds as well.
Both versions of the Backyard Tiny House feature a well apportioned kitchen, spacious bathroom, washer/dryer combo, and storage galore. The net-zero distinction for this ADU comes in it solar power, and built in ionizing air purification. The owners of the Tiny House can also have their choice of exterior paint, and floor plans.
All-in home cost for California residents start at $289,000. Take a look at some ideas for the Backyard Tiny House in the gallery, and if you need the space, conjure up your own design for delivery at Samara.
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