So many people have land and with the county being so.... militant, it is a pain for them to utilize it.
Last year, my neighbor purchased a 1972 travel trailer to store his things in while he was snow-birding in AZ. This afternoon we emptied it out for the new project. I have it currently sitting right next to the Tiny House. Over the next day or two I am going to completely tear it down to the tandem axel frame. Sell the siding for scrap. Use the 2x2 lumber that these trailers are built out of for firewood this upcoming winter season. My buddy and I are going to immediately get onto building a 12ft by 24ft Tiny House on it.
Last year we managed to get my place dried in within 6 days between the two of us. The idea is to get this project framed up, insulated. Roofed. Siding. Install either drywall or luane over the interior insulation. Frame out the bathroom/shower sections. Install a loft. Basically accomplish all of the rough work. Bringing it to a move in ready state. Where the owner can choose the finishes as they want. Complete the kitchen as it works for them. The electrical will be ran. Breaker box installed so you either connect an rv plug to it or run solar into it.
Sell it locally to make a decent bit. Then I can move on to finishing up my own place! :) I think I would feel spoiled if I did manage to get drywall up. LOL
My neighbor really believes there is a market up here for them. After talking to all these locals. Everyone has a county enforcer story. They are all bad.
If people can purchase something reasonable, that allows them to live comfortably through even our harsh -20F winters (Which an RV or old Travel Trailer isn't going to allow. IE the different between Tiny Houses built as homes rather than an RV) then they can 100% legally circumvent all the bureaucracy of the local County Enforcers.
What do you think? :)
|Solar. Gazebo-Deck. Tiny House. 1972 Trailer to be torn down for tandem axel frame (For new Tiny House build to be sold locally) Tiny House will be 12ft by 24ft. 288SF|
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|I had this pot that the Neighbor gave me before she left. I just thought it was a pot with soil. Turns out Sunflowers came up. Woo! Also. Learned that you can grow Sunflowers at this altitude. Kewl.|