The original link from Judith seems to be gone, but I think I found the article here: https://www.architecturendesign.net/25-brilliant-tiny-homes-that-will-inspire-you-to-live-small/.
Penny Dumelie wrote:I did some searching and found these links.
This is a video of the inside of the stone house. It's in portuguese but you can get the jist of it without understanding the video.
This one shows some photos and a shot of the swimming pool.
I didn't look through all the links on this page but the host seems to have gathered a lot of information.
I love the tiny house idea. There are a few pages on facebook dedicated to them. Some people are just so so creative.
Some of the storage ideas and other tricks to make more room in a small space are inspiring.
Especially looking at my basement with concern that the crew from hoarders is going to show up.
Lynne Smith wrote:Judith,
Do you still live in the house? It's really cute!
Oops! Sorry, I see you live in a bigger house now. My eyes are tired tonight.
Where was this lovely house?
Lynne Smith wrote:I have been looking at tiny homes for awhile. I watch the TV show too.
I have lived on a sailboat for over 6 years awhile back. A 30 footer. And 8 feet wide. It never bothered me at all. It was like camping out everyday. I miss it.
I have been trying to find areas or land to put one on.
Even a private piece of land or farm would be great.
I have also thought of redoing the boat and move back on it.
It is on a trailer still and landlocked. Poor girl....I think she missed the water.
Lynne Smith wrote:Here she is. 30 foot but trailerable.
I could pull it easily.
This was in Florida. We were selling our house and moving.
Sold it right before a hurricane hit and took the whole house out. Now all that exists is the land. A empty lot.
Ed Coulson wrote:In England this TV series has just come onto our screens. I am already hooked although I don't think I could live in one. Just not tidy enough !!!
Each cobin cost about $12,000, he said: $2,000 in materials and $10,000 in labor.