Tiny homes in North Charleston commonly cost around $200 to $400 per square foot. Tumbleweed prices its 161-square-foot “Elm” brand at $66, 000, or approximately $410-per-square-foot. Canoe Bay tends to make an even more expensive type: its 400-square-foot “Escape” ranges from $79000 to $124900 based on the functions available. Even midrange tiny homes cost around $20000 and $40000–as in the 204-square-foot bungalow by Wind River Custom Homes for $40000. One builder, Greg Parham of Rocky Mountain Tiny Houses, proudly priced his 136-square-foot “Boulder” at $27350.