‘It’s perfect’ shoppers say about Amazon’s $3,750 tiny home kit – materials are pre-cut and it comes ready-to-install

SHOPPERS looking to spring for a spacious shed that doubles as a tiny home may have met their match.

Amazon is selling a wood shed kit that comes pre-cut and ready-to-install.

Amazon has tons of other tiny home kits and sheds for sale


Amazon has tons of other tiny home kits and sheds for saleCredit: Getty
Amazon is selling a $3,750 tiny home kit that comes with pre-cut wood framing and trim


Amazon is selling a $3,750 tiny home kit that comes with pre-cut wood framing and trimCredit: Best Barns Inc.

The Best Barns New Castle 12′ X 16′ Wood Shed Kit retails for $3,750.40 on Amazon and can be delivered for free within two to three weeks if ordered now.

According to the listing, it usually ships within six to seven days.


The tiny home by popular shed maker, Best Barns, is brown in color and constructed of wood and pine.

Measuring 12-by-16-foot lawn/garden-style shed is 9 feet tall and arrives with pre-cut wood framing and trim.

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It also comes with pre-built barn doors that are ready to install upon arrival.

Customers should keep in mind that they’ll need to buy a floor separately when purchasing the tiny home.

The shed’s siding is “made from the highest quality wood and material” and has a 50-year warranty, according to the product description.

With 4.2 out of five stars, there have been few reviews on the shed, though they’ve been overwhelmingly positive.

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“Love the shed,” one reviewer wrote. “Took one weekend to put it together. But it’s perfect. Great quality.”

Meanwhile, another shopper wrote they were still building it but gave it 3.5 stars at the time on account of some parts missing.

“Had to buy missing parts myself and also windows and shingles aren’t included in the purchase,” they wrote.

They implored customers not to be fooled by the picture and claimed it did not arrive as pictured.


Amid housing shortages and rent hikes, more and more young people are buying into barn living.

The U.S. Sun previously reported on so-called barndominiums or barns that have been converted into full-scale homes or homes built from scratch in a barn style.

Part barn, part condominium, the properties typically make large yet affordable single-family homes.

Also nicknamed “barndos” the homes are expected to run buyers anywhere from $120,000 to $540,000 for full set up, according to Home Advisor

Open-plan layouts are common in barndominiums and are a natural fit for customers looking for a retreat from city life.

Because they’re often built from scratch, the barndominium allows homeowners some flexibility in design.

Similar to tiny homes, a variety of companies exist to supply consumers with barndominium plans.

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Texan couple shared their shed conversion, which allowed them to live rent-free.

The U.S. Sun has written on plenty of Home Depot tiny home options as well, and one kit sells for $999.

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