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    COULD YOU LIVE IN A "SMALL HOUSE"

    This one is 32 square feet, and only $1200. 


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    +7  Views: 1295 Answers: 7 Posted: 3 years ago
    Tags: small homes
    Bob/PKB

    http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2013/04/04/tiniest-tiny-homes_n_3008806.html will give you more examples.

    Several years ago, I shared a 32 foot motor home with "Kitty" cat and a "friend". We later moved to a 399 sq ft cabin at an RV park on the San Joaquin River. I would have been more than happy if he hadn't been there.
    Clonge

    Awww...How much room could the cat have taken up?
    terryfossil 1

    Why Bob,what was wrong with your cat.????? Here puddy puddy puddy...>>>>>>>><<<<<<<..

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    Oh, geez! I thought I had it small in my 400 square ft apartment (complete with an upright piano) @$600. Don't know if I could do 32.....


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    Bob/PKB

    Check out the others. There are some as big as your apartment. I'm watching a tiny house hunter marathon on HGTV

    Yes and I'll take this one! (140 sq. ft. suitable for ONE only.) 


    I only worry about where the bathroom might be.    :)


     


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    hector5559

    Hm,nice I quite like your taste,
    Bob/PKB

    WOW, that's beautiful. Do I see a flat-screen TV mounted on the wall? Does it have a "full kitchen"? The bathroom will be tucked away in a corner, where you might actually have the toilet IN the shower. One woman was looking at a "yurt", and the whole bathroom was outside, with 3 walls of "lattice". She decided on an old trailer for $5000, put another $5000 into it and had a REALLY nice place for herself. :D Look around! COUPLES are SHARING places this size.
    Ducky

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    I think these small houses are a great idea! I've seen them before and they can have pretty much whatever is important to the owner. They really are quite creative.
    Bob/PKB

    It would be really nice to be able to tow it, as many are "on wheels". The drawback there would be the vehicle needed, which could be expensive to own and operate! But, it's a really up and coming concept.
    Ducky

    Moderator
    I think I'll just sit in the park by the water in mine. :)
    Bob/PKB

    Heaven on earth!

    There wouldn't be room for Maggie's bric-a-brac. She loves that stuff.She calls them collectables.

    Bob/PKB

    That's a problem for me, too! My goal is to have it all organized before it falls on my kids! Those useless things I can't part with will be in a trunk (it's already started) with a note to "just throw this away". If they are smart, they will!

    Bout the size of some cells,,yep, liveable when you have to..>>>>>>>><<<<<<<..

    Bob/PKB

    Whoa! Excellent point, AND these places have a lot more amenities! For example, a door you can walk out of whenever you please!
    terryfossil 1

    That door gets stared at a lot from one side..>>>>>>>><<<<<<<..
    Bob/PKB

    ....by not enough, I'm sorry to say...

    No. There wouldn't be enough room for all of my clutter! ""

    Bob/PKB

    That is a big problem for me, too! The shoe looks roomy, though! Heard a bunch of kids lived there with and old woman at one point.

    WHERE WOULD THE BUTLER AND HOUSEMAID SLEEP,NOT TO METION MY CHAUFER,

    Bob/PKB

    At those prices, everyone could have their own home!

    We'll take this house for Christmas. 


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    I could certainly live in a tiny home as long as it has lots of closet space. :) Seriously, it would be so economically worth it. 

    Bob/PKB

    Soooooo pretty!!


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