A man has taken people inside a house he bought on Amazon after it was delivered to his front door.
Last month, Jeff Bryant, 23, of Los Angeles, decided to buy a one-bedroom manufactured tiny home on the online marketplace for just under $27,000.
‘Bitch, I didn’t even think twice, I just did it!’ he admitted in an initial TikTok video about the purchase.
‘I don’t even know where I’m going to put the house!’
Jeff Bryant, 23, of Los Angeles, revealed the prefabricated tiny house he had purchased on Amazon for just under $27,000.
He gave viewers on TikTok a tour of the new abode. The photo above shows the exterior with some good sized windows.
On January 29, the house arrived at a temporary storage site at 8 am.
In one of his video’s captions, Jeff described the setup process: “5 guys and 27 minutes later… IT’S HERE.”
“I haven’t bought the land yet, I wanted to see how big it is.”
When he discovered a permanent location, he added that the Amazon team would take it apart, transport it and put it back together.
He mentioned that he shelled out $750 for the temporary storage situation and would be charged $150 for each additional week he left it there.
Jeff also gave a shout out to an Amazon specialist named Karina, who revealed that she followed him on TikTok and “said she loved me.”
Consequently, Karina gave Jeff some free upgrades, including a different colored exterior, increased square footage, and some free furniture, including two couches.
‘So, mwah! Kisses for you, Karina!’ the new owner said appreciatively.
Jeff then proceeded to walk around the house, showing several windows and the exterior hardware that holds the interior pipes.
According to a rough estimate based on Jeff’s TikTok, the house appeared to be about 600 square feet, with low ceilings.
After walking around the outside of the house, Jeff ventured inside.
Just inside the main entrance was a living room, attached to the kitchen area.
They received him with some furniture that an Amazon specialist had given him with his purchase.
The kitchen, with built-in cabinets, was still wrapped in plastic while Jeff gave a tour.
Jeff said he “liked” the bathroom overall (left). The photo on the right shows a glimpse of the shower.
The bathroom also had a medicine cabinet with a mirror over the sink.
Jeff’s only problem with the bathroom was a drain in the floor between the toilet and sink.
In the bedroom area there was a second sofa (pictured) that I had gotten for free in pale pink.
Upon entering, Jeff showed one of the sofas that Karina gave him, with the piece located in the living room.
Connected to the living room was a cozy kitchen, still wrapped in plastic.
Next, Jeff showed off the compact bathroom, which included a toilet, sink, and stand-up shower, plus a medicine cabinet with a mirror over the sink.
“I like the bathroom, but I don’t like that,” Jeff added, focusing on a drain in the middle of the floor, between the toilet and the sink.
“Everything is like fake plastic marble,” he observed.
Speaking more generally, he further noted: “The ceilings are very low, I’m not going to lie.”
“I’m 5’8, the ceilings aren’t too high,” he emphasized, raising his hand to show that he could easily touch the ceiling at arm’s length.
She then showed the other sofa that Karina had given her, which was a pale pink tone.
‘Listen, Karina, I don’t know if you’re trying to be a shady sister… but pink?’ Jeff joked.
Viewers flooded the comments to applaud Jeff for becoming a homeowner.
In a follow-up updateJeff revealed that he was planning to turn the tiny house into an Airbnb rental.
“I’m not going to live here,” he clarified.
‘About the electricity, the plumbing and everything, I already have everything set up. What I really want is to get the permits first, move everything and start placing everything.’
Jeff also admitted that he wouldn’t keep the two free couches.
‘I do not like. In fact, I hate them,’ she confessed.
The owner then explained that he was going to have the walls “drywalled.”
Viewers flooded the comments section of the reveal video with praise for Jeff’s new house.
“I got my house on Amazon. You will always have the best topic to start a conversation,” one applauded.
“‘The house is here’ is a wild statement,” joked a second.
You are officially a homeowner. Congratulations,” cheered a third.
“I can’t lie, I would buy land and buy it so my daughters would have their own space and slowly release them into the real world,” a fourth reflected.
A fifth shared an even more idealistic proposal based on the notion: “People are joking with these comments, but you could get land with a group of people and build a sustainable community.”
Bryan later reflected on the important purchase for news week.
“I bought this house because I thought it was different and not many people have bought it, especially young people,” he said.
“When they get a lot of money, they tend to do crazy things with it.”