It's now possible to buy an entire house as a flat-pack from Bunnings

Bunnings is selling homes for less than $100,000.

Kāpiti Coast builder Simon Hinds told Stuff.co.nz he’s made 21 flat pack homes over the past year and a half sold under Bunnings’ Clever Living Co.

The homes vary in size from two to four bedrooms.

A look at the living room in the Suffolk model. The Suffolk has two bedrooms. Source: Bunnings.co.nz

Unfortunately for Australians, they’re only being sold in New Zealand at this stage.

Mr Hinds added the homes range from about A$75,000 for a two bedroom home over 60 sqm to about $123,000 for one with four bedrooms over 106 sqm.

The bathroom in the Angus model. It has three bedrooms. Source: Bunnings.co.nz

The homes feature heat pumps and security cameras along with vanities.

Bunnings New Zealand general manager Toby Lawrance told Stuff.co.nz the release of the homes has been on the down-low while the hardware store tests the market.

An outside look of the Highland model. This model features four bedrooms. It's not known if there's any plan to rollout the homes in Australia. Source: Bunnings.co.nz

There are five different types of homes available for purchase.

It’s not known when or if Bunnings plans to sell the homes in Australia.

Bunnings Australia has been contacted for comment.

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