It was a long and careful process of unloading and leveling but the driver was very good at his job.
It was toasty warm in the loft. Not much head room. If I had ordered this shed custom, I would have had the loft floors lowered.
The to-do list for the interior is too long to list. Insulation, electricity, plumbing, drywall...
Between the mobile home and the barn-shed will be my snake-free area (I hope). I need some ground cover delivered, maybe mulch or bark and rock for where we park the cars.
It's all coming together!
Its beautiful. I am envious. You new home(s) will be amazing! even if you cant stand up when you get out of bed!
That's really pretty! I love it.
I'm new to your blog and love it. I'm addicted to Tiny House on HGTV. Can't wait to follow along with what you make of yours. Kim
I wanna do this so bad! Gonna follow you and see how it turns out. What's your expected final cost? How exciting! Congrats! Lisa
Lizzie, I don't plan to sleep up there anyway. The dogs can't climb the ladder and I couldn't sleep with them whimpering down below.
Thanks, 444. It is cute. I hate to mess it up with all of my amateur building skills.
Welcome, Kim! I'm afraid it will take me a while to put things together. I wish I could take a couple months off work like other people did.
Welcome, Lisa! The building was $8,000 and I expect another $8,000 for basic insulation, electric, plumbing, fixtures and appliances. I could easily spend another $10k on upgrades, covered porches, etc... but that will have to wait until later.
This is so exciting to watch and live vicariously through your progress!
Thanks, Beth! I hope I get enough done before school starts in July so that we are comfortable. It is fun to see it finally happening.
Awesome! Love it!
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