One benefit of being the lead carpenter at a tiny house company is learning all the tricks of the trade to then use to build you very own — affordable — tiny house on wheels!
Jacob worked for a few years at Rocky Mountain Tiny Houses in Colorado, and he used those skills to build himself not one, but TWO tiny homes. He sold his first one and used the money to help him create a second one, with a little more space and nicer amenities.
All in all, he spent $16,000 on his THOW, and he has it parked for about $500/month at a tiny community in Durango. You’ll love the video tour with Tiny Home Tours below.
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Jacob’s $16K DIY Tiny Home
The accent wall on the back adds visual interest.
He says he loves having outdoor space during the nice months of the year.
VIDEO: Gorgeous DIY $16K Tiny Home Allows Him to Live in Expensive Mountain Town
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