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Katharina and her husband purchased this 1960s home that was once a holiday property and hadn’t been updated since it was built. While living in it, the couple has done a fantastic job taking it from old to new, while still retaining (or adding) so much charm to the building.

There are exposed beams, a hardwood floor, a lovely full kitchen in the corner, and a bedroom with a cozy bed alcove. The special artist studio is the icing on the cake!  Read Katharina’s story about her home below the photo tour.

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Lovely 1960s Home Completed Renovated

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UPDATE: There were a lot of concerns and questions regarding George’s renovation of this 1700s-era 400 sq. ft. home. Well, he just published a new video detailing exactly how much the renovation cost and answering your burning questions. Scroll below to watch it!

ORIGINAL POST: I absolutely love when people take something old and more or less abandoned and give it a whole new life, and that’s the case of this young video editor who purchased a home-turned-dilapidated-storage-unit and transformed it into his modern tiny house.

It features a first-floor bedroom with a built-in wardrobe, bathroom, and under-the-stairs cubby as well as an open upstairs with an L-shaped kitchen, living space, and office corner. You’ll love the before and after photos!

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Old Stone Tiny House Given a Whole New Life!

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