In this post I’m going to show you a family tiny house that’s made out of 1920s recycled streetcars.
And it gets even better than that. Not only is the home recycled but the family also has some cob structures in the back.
A man cave and a she cave. The main home itself comprises of several reclaimed streetcars.
One of them makes up the living and dining rooms. Another streetcar is where the bathroom, kitchen and bedroom is.
At first this house was just 550 square feet but since then there have been some additions. The family is a mother with her three boys by the way.
She purchased the property back in 1999. After learning permaculture and taking a few classes she began to fall in love with cob. The story gets better..