If you’re looking to downsize, but under-400 sq. ft. is just too little, consider the Shilling 768 sq. ft. ADU (accessory dwelling unit) by Wishbone Tiny Homes.
This was built for a client on land that already had a larger home on it, and includes two bedrooms (one upstairs, one downstairs — also a loft!) and two baths. Wishbone Tiny Homes is located in Asheville, North Carolina, and they offer a number of ADUs in varying sizes. If you’re interested, check out out their full inventory here.
If you have friends or family that could allow it, you might be able to build an ADU on their property as one option for going tinier. Enjoy!
An interesting video report by WLOS News 13 on the current tiny house movement in Asheville.
The story features 22-year-old Ruby Beg who is a college senior building a 144 sq. ft. tiny house on wheels with her boyfriend, Landon. It’s taking them about $14,000 in materials and about a year of labor on their spare time to build.
One of the best stories you’ll find when watching this video is how a builder built a $700 tiny house in the woods for a client where she lived simply and free in it for about 20 years.
The video story below also features Teal Brown who is the owner of Wishbone Tiny Homes who says his business is growing very fast. Please enjoy and re-share below. Thank you!
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