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vjfronk vjfronk 9 years
impractical? yes,,,for some one with kids.but as single person i am sick of having few options because everything out there is built for family's.i should not have to be bound by the life decisions of the i like the idea of not being enslaved for a 30 year mortgage just because i need a roof over my head..i can build something just like this but a lot cheaper(and just as nice).i have things too,a lot of it i don't need and for the things i do i can build or bye a shed for storage.we as Americans need to rethink our lives and unattached our selves from so many materiel things. to me high maintenance is just another word for spoiled. think of all the free time ,extra money , less stress and complication you could have in your life if you decided to live small? that's true freedom.
JaimeLeah526 JaimeLeah526 9 years
Why would you want something like this? My living room is bigger than that and I still need more space.
Greentea1203 Greentea1203 9 years
I think my couch is bigger than the house
duck-duck-goose duck-duck-goose 9 years
These are the extreme of all cuteness, but wildly impractical (and probably surprisingly expensive to purchase). Other than a children's playhouse, it could be used as. . .((thinking)). . . a college kid's crash pad. (But he'd have to ask Mom and Dad if he could set it up in their back yard -- Oh, and it would probably cost more than four years of college tuition.) Or it could be the mother-in-law suite for a less than favored family member. (Very handy if you own expansive land; your visiting relative might spend the length of the weekend just walking from her lodging to the main residence.)
nancita nancita 9 years
I love these! The salvaged architectural elements are lovely and have way more character than a modern prefab home.
Kimpossible Kimpossible 9 years
I did just think of an idea -these would make really cute cabins for weekend getaways.
Kimpossible Kimpossible 9 years
Very interesting concept. I love the architectural details. Would be perfect for the minimalist single or couple. Not sure how resale value would be though? I can't see one of these sitting in a neighborhood of regular sized homes. I do like them though, just not sure how it works in the big picture.
ElleJay ElleJay 9 years
it's kinda neat.. they should have basements though- more room!
wren1 wren1 9 years
Adorable! I could live in one.
SugarKim4203 SugarKim4203 9 years
I bet if these were built in Southern CA (where I live) they'd sell for over $400,000!
aimeeb aimeeb 9 years
Phorrest99 Phorrest99 9 years
I agree with ella1978, my stuff would never fit into that! I live alone in a 1 bedroom apartment & I still have stuffed stored at my sister's house! But, still they're too cute :o)
ella1978 ella1978 9 years
Those are great, unfortunately, not even a quarter of my crap would fit in there! Would make a great play house though! Great Idea krazykarot.
krazykarot krazykarot 9 years
those are absolutely adorable! Except I have no idea what I'd actually do with one. Use it as a play house? I bet I could fit one in my backyard.
meetmeherelater meetmeherelater 9 years
i want one but i doubt they'd survive a winter in quebec!
Lovely_1 Lovely_1 9 years
These are pretty neat!
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