Incredibly Tiny House Built with Old Fence Palings
The number of tiny houses is increasing day by day and continues to increase. Today we will introduce you to ‘Incredibly Tiny House Built with Old Fence Palings’, suitable for the minimalist life of your dreams.
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Old Fence Palings Tiny House
This gorgeous tiny house was built by Jesse the Builder. Jesse built this house with lots of recycled materials, mostly old fences. Surprisingly, the house cost less than $20,000.
Jesse works full time as a small builder and his home is on this property. Jesse is interested in building his own house in his spare time and while his boss is on vacation. A resourceful Jesse built his tiny house with recycled materials.
The house looks great from the outside. The house has its own solar panels on the roof. Jesse is currently working on adding a rainwater harvesting system to his home.
The interior design of the tiny house is wonderful. By using large windows, it was possible to see the view from inside the house in the best way. At the same time, in this way, the best use of daylight is made.
The interior includes a living room, loft bedroom, shower and kitchen. A wood stove is placed on a raised platform to keep warm in the winter. Jesse chose to keep the toilet outside in this house and built a portable composting toilet outside.
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