This is a 14′ by 20′ Kanga Tiny House int he city! It’s great because since it’s built on a foundation, the design is not subject to road limitations. For most people, something like this would be a better long-term solution versus a tiny house on wheels, don’t you think?
Tiny homes like this are a great option and they can still be very versatile. In many neighborhoods, you might already be allowed to build something like this in your backyard. You may be able to qualify for it as a guest house, pool house, accessory dwelling unit, in-law suite, etc.
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