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follow tovarichpeter 2019 Mar 11, 10:05am
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There's been an uptick in Large sheds in the recent years. More people are going for the biggest unit a city will allow over smaller garden sheds. in my case 200 sqft is the max. These things are super well built, and can come with 6 inch wide metal studs, preinsulated prewired and ready to move in place. The one I'm looking at is around $6K, if I weren't getting it insulated and upgraded doors and windows, it would be around $3900. The only thing missing would be finish the interior with drywall and a split unit AC. I bet some people live in them. When you consider what people try to get for tiny homes compared to what you get with even the best top of the line Tuff Sheds which are wood, and insulated, and are made to look like little tiny cottages,
That's what I did. Here's a picture of my shed. I went the biggest I could, 200 sq. ft., without having to deal with the town with permits and all that bullshit. It's 10 x 20 and it was stick built on premises. Wifey wanted it to be "cute", so I made sure to put the nice doors on it.
Of I were paranoid, I might suspect that tiny houses are being restricted exactly because they might make housing more affordable.
I bet some people live in them.
Tiny houses would just pile people up. There needs to be more housing, but not more density. That’s what I think.
ery Very nice, do you think it's solid enough for a 3 piece rock band to practice in without the neighbors calling the Law?
If Tiny Houses are going for $96K then it can effect what a house or a Condo Values keeping them artificially inflated.
And then the county wonders why there are public school class oversize issues like Los Angeles