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A Tiny/Small House Tour - Living Large in a Small Space

 
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A Tiny/Small House Tour - Living Large in a Small Space


Kassun M
Published on Feb 22, 2016
My Tiny/Small house tour. Living large in a small space.

   I purchased 2 lofted barn cabin shells a few years ago. My dad and I finished off the insides of both cabins in a little over a few months time.  

The main cabin is 14' x 40' and a smaller guest cabin is 10' x 16'.  The main cabin sits on a slab and features a large master bedroom, full size bath, cozy kitchen with full sized appliances and a guest loft above the kitchen. There is also a large storage area above the bath and utility room. The cabins were framed with 2 x 4's so we added 2 x 2's on all for the exterior walls and ceiling rafters to fur them out to get R-19 insulation in. The only difference other than size between the 2 cabins is that the small guest cabin does not have running water or a bathroom.

I have been a big follower of the Tiny/Small house movement and enjoyed watching and reading about other person's personal stories. Now it is time to share my story. I can say without a doubt that living small is the way to go. It may not be for everyone, but it's definitely for me.

If you have any questions please put them in the comment section below and I'll be happy to answer them.

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"KCCO"
 
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