Have you seen WWII Quonset Huts before? I wasn’t familiar with them until today! They were used during WWII to house troops or as agricultural buildings, but when the war was over, the goverment sold them to the public.
This one in Southern Illinois is in a college town and sits on 1/4 acre. It could be yours for $79,000 — land included! I think with some sprucing up this could be quite the adorable property. Would you buy it?
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572 sq. ft. Slab Foundation Tiny Home w/ Land!
The once-industrial design has been cottage-d up with shingles!
There’s a front and back entrance.
I’m curious to see what it would look like with the ceilings open…
It has an open-concept living and kitchen space.
I like the kitchen set-up.
Here’s the living space.
It has one bedroom in the back.
Door to the bathroom.
Other side of the bedroom.
- WWII Quanset Hut converted to a Tiny House
- 572sq ft
- Slab Foundation
- Comes with land approx 1/4 acre
- Southern Illinois
- Permanent structure
- Blocks from Western Illinois University
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