Vera had gone through a lot before she sold her home and started building her tiny house — 3 bouts of cancer and two battles with Lyme’s Disease. Resilient as ever, she spent two years sourcing and building a sustainable tiny house and has lived in it for nearly a decade now.
Vera took the time to call all her suppliers and check on how they treated their employees and what their recycling systems looked like. Much of her interior was second-hand or even found on the side of the road. The house is solar-powered and you’ll love all the unique details FLORB shows off during the video tour below.
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Her Super Sustainable DIY Tiny Home
This 266 square foot tiny house has all you need, including a downstairs bedroom with a door that’s completely private from the rest of the tiny house! It’s for sale for $37k in Oregon City, Oregon.
The home also features two lofts, one with a built in ladder and the other without one. The kitchen area has space for a refrigerator, and you could add an electric cooktop and possibly an oven after-the-fact. There’s plenty of room for a couch in the main area, and the bathroom includes a flush toilet and standing shower stall.
You can check out the photo tour below, and be sure to look at the full 3D Matterport tour here. To make an offer or ask questions, contact the seller, Hannah, at Tiny House Markeplace.
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266 THOW with First Floor Bedroom: $37K