Little Timber House

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Ian Anderson’s 100 square feet in Worcester, Massachusetts. More info. Little Timber House.

10 comments

  • Liz says:

    Nice. Functional, simple, workable. I can see a nice arm-chair by the wood stove, a stack of books and a grumpy lap-cat in your future 🙂

  • Juicer says:

    That shit is Hippie Getto!

  • jessica oliver says:

    ian I believe, I love it , I am a woman do would need a little more finishings inside , but GOD I would love to find one and rent it , with my three dogs!!!! and MAYBE my boyfriend!!!!

  • Sandra says:

    A tad too much like a hunting camp. Not really that livable to me. And no insulation??

  • Rodion says:

    How much did it cost you?
    And wheres the toilet and shower?
    Do you life there only in holidays?
    Greeting from Germany

  • RicoMuscatel says:

    I admire your spirit. That’s some great timber framing. So it looks like the exterior walls are framed out side of the timber structure? Doesn’t that defeat the purpose of the timber framing, to support the structure?

  • Less says:

    No way that is in Worcester, MA. Worcester is pretty urban so it has to be outside of Worcester, likely more west and north to get away from city regulations.

    It’ll be stunning inside when he finishes the interior. A little bead board or recycled pallets and that place will look sharp.

  • Leah says:

    Love the windows! Seems really cozy.

  • the details of the water handling system interest me. The made in China tankless propane water heater requires 20 psi to operate or it cycles off. I am wondering where he is getting his pressure???? I notice the 2 barrels, shipping containers and wonder where they fit in the system, storage? linkage?

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