This is a 300 sq. ft. Ness City High School Student-Built tiny house that’s for sale.
Ness City is a remote Kansas town home to just 1,440 people and 150 public school students, but that didn’t stop this handful of construction class students from achieving their dream of building a tiny home!
The house features two lofts, a spiral staircase, oak cabinetry and even concrete counters! You can read more about the students and the build from the Kansas Agland and the Topeka Capital-Journal.
Watch the students give a tour of their creation below. Enjoy!
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300 Sq. Ft. Ness City High School Tiny House
This is the Tiny Tudor, a THOW built by Odyssey Leadership Academy students in Oklahoma with the help of local professionals.
Upwards of $50,000 in labor and supplies was donated by community members, businesses and sponsors to fund the students’ amazing project, and I must say this is probably the most beautiful student-built tiny home I’ve seen! It includes high-end appliances, a very cozy seating room, a functional kitchen and a loft bedroom.
Like many student-built homes, this one is for sale, but it’s being sold via online auction (now closed). You have until May 3 to make your bid right here, and the house is going for $24,600 (sold for $44,898) at the time of publication. You can visit the home at different Oklahoma locations outlined on their tour page here.
Read the full story from NewsOK about the project here. Questions? Contact Sara at 405.513.1267 or [email protected].
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