$11,000 and 1 Year: Off-Grid in an Oregon Forest
Categories: Homes / Dwellings
Almost every piece of this home was salvaged locally, and all the timber was milled on-site by Schulz. All the windows were $40 from a local dump, the French doors were found on Craigslist, and the counters are live-edge walnut slabs milled off a tree. Most of the $11,000 cost went to concrete, shakes, and insulation, and the tiny home was completed in a year and a half in Schulz's spare time.
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Here's what the owner had to say about his home.
A couple years ago I found a neat little brass sink at the local recycle center. Enamored of shiny objects, I coveted it's golden glow, entirely aware of the fact that I had no use for such a thing. I wandered around for an hour or so with it in my hand, looking at other stuff, relalizing that if I took it I'd have to build a home for it. I eventually brought it up to the register and started planning my house on the drive home.
Yes, I am serious, and don't call me shirley.