Reclaimed Prefab Auctioned for $75k


After nine bids on eBay, some lucky duck ended up with a reclaimed prefab for $75,100.  The prefab was built by Reclaimed Space for Dwell on Design and the proceeds went to both Habitat for Humanity of Greater Los Angeles and Hollywood for Habitat for Humanity.  Ecofabulous created the interior using a number of stylish, green products.  According to the eBay listing, this 400 square foot home included the following:

  • 100-year-old reclaimed oak and pine finishes;
  • Full bathroom, including a Caroma Profile Smart toilet with an integrated sink, reusing the sink waste water for flushing;
  • Queen Murphy bed;
  • Outdoor shower;
  • 85% recycled newspaper insulation;
  • Contemporary polished chrome fixtures;
  • Vintage barnwood accents;
  • Low-e transom windows;
  • Built-in porch area; and
  • Hinged roof overhangs.

Congrats to the purchaser!  Wonder where it will end up?




Photo credits: Ecofabulous.

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  • Brian N.

    That’s great. Truly in the spirit of all that is ‘green’. I love that they turned what normally would have clogged a landfill somewhere into a beautiful modern cabin.

    • Preston

      I know, it’s pretty incredible. Nice guys running the company, too.

  • Anonymous

    That place was awesome. My wife fell in love the minute we walked inside. I’d love to put something like that in my backyard for guests.

    • Preston

      It has tons and tons of potential.

      • Brian N.

        If they ever get the cabins up to near 800-1000 sf I could probably convince my wife it would work. With 3 big dogs it depends a lot on the floorplan, though LOL. I love the concept.

  • Kimber Reed-Barber

    Thank you for featuring Reclaimed Space. We look forward to building many more!! Please visit us at

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