Eco-minded 204 sq. ft. tiny home packs in tons of thoughtful details

The standards of living in a luxury house are not confined to size of the building rather they are based on the creativity you show while developing a house. This is what has been done by a couple Carrie and Shane Caverly of Santa Fe, New Mexico. This couple has downsized their house to make it simpler and touchy.

Shane (a custom builder) and Carrie (an architectural designer) decided to make their tiny house for helping them to reduce their $1,500 per month mortgage payments to cover a  new  monthly expenditures of consumers bills and tenant charges.

clothesline-tiny-homes-6.jpeg.492x0_q85_crop-smartThis house took 3 months to be completely built and it is supposed to be Eco-friendly and worth living. On the other hand, Jetson hold the opinion on its constructions as:

The Caverly’s eco-friendly 204 square foot home is built on a 5th wheel gooseneck trailer and features passive solar design, closed cell poly-iso foam insulation, low-E double-paned windows, FSC-certified manufactured wood siding, engineered wood flooring, post-manufacturer recycled framing lumber, on-demand hot water heater, low water incinerating toilet, recycled steel roof that collects rainwater, and grey water collection tank.

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This portable house has been thoughtfully engineered by this couple and both husband and wife sell replicas of this house at the price of $48,000 apart from designing and coaching assistance.

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The video of this house can be view at YouTube.

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