Artist Bungalow

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A 150 square feet (loft included) tiny home in Charlotte, North Carolina. Built by Gratitude Builders. More info. here.

2016-03-29T10:50:20+00:00

4 Comments

  1. Mary March 13, 2016 at 10:57 pm - Reply

    I think I like this little house, but the photos made it difficult to tell. I almost got seasick looking at them.

  2. Lisa Tallchief March 14, 2016 at 1:32 pm - Reply

    Pretty unfinished I would say. If it suits the owner that is all that counts.

    • Kristina H Nadreau March 22, 2016 at 6:04 am - Reply

      agreed. The pictures did not display the interior. I can not tell what this house is like. bath is a bucket, I guess. the stove looked very good. no idea about the sleeping space .

  3. e. a. foster March 15, 2016 at 4:20 am - Reply

    what makes this tiny house attractive is it would appear to be built with re-cycled materials. It would be nice to know how much it cost to build.

    Part of tiny houses being so great is the can be built very inexpensively and frequently with re-cycled materials. Its an answer to homelessness and/or inadequate and unsafe housing.

    Many cities permit laneway houses, why not tiny houses. it may look unfinished to some, but to those who live in unsafe conditions, this home would be a palace. if it could be parked in a yard, it would provide a lot of security for seniors, the disabled, those working for min. wage.

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