When this couple moved to the family farm 19 years ago, they built a 1200-square-foot home for the two of them. But three growing kids later, they were ready for some more space. The costs and permitting for an addition were prohibitive, and that’s when they decided on getting a tiny house instead.
They parked it as close to their home as possible and built a breezeway to connect it to the rest of the house. In the tiny house, there’s a bathroom, loft bedroom, reading loft, and ground floor bedroom for the couple’s two older daughters. What do you think of this idea?
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