Tiny House movement is an Alternative to the McMansion Era

“At the Melleray Farmstead near Bear Creek in rural Chatham County, pine trees surround a field of garden beds, Icelandic sheep, chickens and ducks. On these 32 acres, the Byrne family lives in a 144-square-foot main cabin. They cook using propane in a nearby cabin of equal size. Since their cabins don’t have electricity and running water, they use an outhouse…”

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2 Responses to Tiny House movement is an Alternative to the McMansion Era

  1. Anonymous says:

    Beautiful
    More on these folks
    http://piedmontpinecoffins.com/
    http://vimeo.com/68876331
    https://www.facebook.com/PiedmontPineCoffins

    http://tinyhouseswoon.com/melleray-farmstead/
    Video at the bottom of this page. Gosh, this tiny farmstead is a
    Bit more extensive that it looks at first.
    Beautiful.
    http://www.pinterest.com/pin/512636370055158565/

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