$2,000 Georgian tiny houses to appear on the market in 1 month — 4 Comments

  1. This is really awesome! I don’t even know how I came across this website, but I’m really glad I did! I’ve read some really great information and ideas on here so far. I kinda feel out of place in a sense because I’m not a carpenter, and far from it. I’m a total newbie to this kind of thing, so I don’t even know what some of the items used actually are, but that don’t mean I can’t learn. Everything I’ve read thus far has been very creative and brilliant for ideas on building materials, and I’m definitely impressed!

    • Thank you. By the way, most readers are probably not from a building background. Natural building is for everybody. It’s always been that way. Modern/high tech building is for specialists who charge lots of money.

    • Search local building supply centers and other companies for factory made sheds. We’ve featured some of these designs on our blog. They’re pretty common now. Some are a good size for tiny houses. Some could be combined to form interesting shapes. Sheds are great for those without carpentry skills and tools.

      What’s unique about the Georgian tiny house is it’s flat-packed and ready to ship on a trailer. Most sheds are already assembled. Most are very reasonably priced, especially when compared to $70,000 – $100,000 tiny houses. Of course, the sheds are just a shell that needs everything else to turn it into a home.

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