Micro-homesteading in WA with 10K microhome (84 sq ft) in friends’ yard

Published on Oct 12, 2013 by Kirsten Dirksen
Dee Williams used to live in a 2,000-square-foot, 3-bedroom home. Then she traveled to Guatelama (to help build a schoolhouse) and when she came home her house felt too big so built herself a home that fit. That turned out to be a 84-square-foot foot home on wheels that cost her $10,000: $5000 for the materials (mostly salvaged) and the other half for the solar panels and low-E (low thermals emissivity) windows . . . Read more in the description box on YouTube if you like or just watch this video.

Next, check the helpful items below the video for solutions for small places.

Do you lack room for books in your small place? Try an ereader instead of shelves of books and magazines. You can see options like the various model of Kindle.

No room for an old TV in your tiny room? Try a 32 inch flat screen TV mounted on a wall instead. You can see some options at http://www.tvreviewsinfo.com.

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