Tiny House Project by Alek Lisefski

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This type of home is a way through which next generations will be able to overcome economic shortages and high housing or land costs, and really start a family with little stress. Lisefski hopes that „this little house can inspire others to choose a similar way of living.” Take a look at the images of his hard work, and the results will speak for themselves.

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17 Responses to “Tiny House Project by Alek Lisefski”

  1. roxy says:

    just an amazing little house, i LOVE it

  2. Molly says:

    I would move in in a heartbeat! Awesome house, love the interior decorating.

  3. Anon says:

    No shower? Add one and I move in!

  4. Joyce Coston-Brinkley says:

    Can you give an approximate cost of constructing this? I love it!

  5. Phyllis says:

    This so reminds me of living on-board our 30 foot boat 25 years ago. Appliances, bath and kitchen fixtures were all scaled back in size. Lots of mirrors and lots of windows gave the impression of light and space. And, we lived with this motto in our heads, ” a place for everything and everything in it’s place”. I loved it and would do it again in a heartbeat.

  6. Luis says:

    how about septic?

  7. Coty G. says:

    Absolutely adorable. Just need a few more bdrms for my boys and I’d live in it. (:

  8. daniela says:

    Meravigliosa!!!!

  9. Cathie Segal says:

    Retirement heaven!

  10. Cathie Segal says:

    Do they have the standard black and gray water tank set up?

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  11. Tom says:

    I could really see my wife and I living in something like this when the kids are grown. Great use of small space.

  12. faye stottsberry says:

    LOVE THIS ONE 2 BUT WOULD LIKE A TUB IN IT ID LOVE MORE INFO ON YOUR TINIE HOUSES

  13. Alice Alveraz says:

    Heat?

  14. Zius says:

    No offense but those things are called “trailers”. They used to be called “travel trailers” then “park models” as they became more cabinesque. They have now evolved into some kind expensive, hipster designer boutique trailers. The big ones are known as “mobile homes”.

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