“That is not a tiny house,” said Bunny.
“But it is, it's only 480 square feet.”
“It feels big.”
“It does, and the design is wonderful.”
We were talking about this $80,000 home in the Ashville, North Carolina area.
While it's technically a tiny house,
it manages to feel big
(living room, kitchen, bathroom, bedroom and recording studio),
while being one of the more beautiful examples of a home I've seen
(although we were not fans of the alternating tread stair cases,
we do understand why they were used).
You would never guess it was made from mostly recycled and unused materials.
It's just gorgeous.
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