The Kithaus k7 is a modular home that has clearly been designed with functionality in mind. With the standard versatile floorplan offered by the manufacturers, the basic version can be expanded upon to include a bathroom and a kitchen as well.
Just because it works well doesn’t mean it looks ugly, however. Similar to the other homes in Kithaus’s catalogue, the K7 keeps things simple and elegant, blending finished wood with ultra-modern full-size glass features and corrugated galvalume. The built-in deck is watched over by carefully-planned roof overhangs, with the effect that even though this home won’t take up too much room, it still has a functioning porch.
When it comes to the interior, choices abound. The flooring can either be natural bamboo, finished plywood, or hardwood, although that last option does come at a slightly increased charge in comparison with its counterparts. The bathroom is similarly catered for, with a frosted sliding glass door, waterproof cement boarding, and a powder-coated aluminium shower pan all jockeying for position.
Shipped from California.
Shipped to USA.
The Kithaus is shipped as a kit of parts and assembled on site.
Co-investing helps you free up cash by tapping into your home’s equity through by letting you convert existing equity in your home to cash. Unlike a loan, there are no monthly payments, fees, or interest charges. You get a cash payment today (for up to 17.5% of its current market value) in exchange for an option to purchase a percent of equity in your home in the future. You make no payments to us until you sell your home, or 30 years pass.