My Dad's shed is bigger than that.Could this be the wave of future homes.
It wouldn't be practical unless there was a way you could ensure that single people without children or responsible couples without children were the only ones who could live in houses like that. But the equal housing laws prevent those kinds of restrictions.Could this be the wave of future homes.
I know that story Ron. I went from a roughly 2500 sq. ft. house to an 850 sq. ft. house.....with a 1200 sq. ft. garage.:whistlingI'll play on the other side here.
I had the big house and the wife stole it.
I love my little place right now. Only about 1200 sf, no mortgage, easy to keep clean, and the checkbook grows every day because of it.
On top of that, it's COZY. :thumbsup:
I love these little house stories and pics. It gives me a bit of peace of mind that not everyone is hung up on materialism or what everyone else thinks of them.
I lived in a shed for a while. Wasn't bad for a young single dude. But it was as small as chit, but almost twice the size of that thing.So what? Room to sleep, cook and sit in front of the TV. If she were restless, she could simply go outside and drive away.