From the outside, you’ll see metal siding, a barn-style metal roof, and plenty of dormers.
The house belongs to a woman with severe allergies who is even allergic to wood. It allows her family the freedom to escape to the mountains during allergy season and return to the city when the allergens have passed.
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A Mostly Metal Tiny House on Wheels
One of Seattle Tiny Home’s contractors is building his own tiny home at his property for his wife who has severe allergies. She’s even sensitive to wood. This family of four will be able to take their home with them into the mountains during certain allergy seasons and return closer to the city when allergies are less.
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