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Tiny Home=Temporary Solution

"After losing their business, a restaurant, during the recession, Carl and Hari sold their comfortable three-bedroom, 1,500-square-foot home and began living in 168-square-foot shed built primarily from Craigstlist-sourced reclaimed materials for $12,000. While the 8-by-12-foot tiny home is mighty cute, let’s not forget that the Carl and Hari aren’t its only inhabitants: their two elementary school-aged children live there as well, sharing a sleeping loft above the bathroom. As Hari explains in the below video, the cheap-to-heat tiny house is just a temporary housing solution while the couple saves enough cash to build a larger (but still small-ish) mortgage-free home complete with a bathtub and "alone time" spaces. Here’s hoping it happens before the kids hit puberty.…"


Sadie said...

I think this portable building is a great temporary solution for you guys. Good work on being so innovative and resourceful!

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