This Tiny House In Belarus May Look Small, But It Fits A Family Of Three And A Dog
One family in Belarus has moved into their do-it-yourself micro house which takes up only 16 m2 (around 160 square feet) and where every single inch is put to good use.
The family of three-and-a-half (that’s their dog), started the project when they found themselves paying over $500 for rent in the city of Minsk every month. So instead, they made a smart investment of only $4600 (that includes the furnishings) and built this micro house. Inside it has all of the necessary amenities: a bathroom, a kitchen, living space, and even a washing machine.
It uses natural gas and electricity for heating and thanks to the good insulation has become a permanent family home whole year round. Another cool bit is that this house can be transported anywhere, as long as they get a permit from the road police.
It’s definitely one of the coolest DIY projects I’ve seen, but I just can’t make up my mind whether I could live in a house like this myself. Could you? Let me know in the comments!
(h/t: englishrussia, dyt)
A family of three (and their dog) from Belarus moved from the city to save money on rent which was around $500 per month
They moved into their do-it-yourself micro house built for $4600
Which takes up only 16 m2 (around 160 square feet)
The interior is more cramped than you could guess from the outside
It’s because every single inch is put to good use
They used insulation to be able to live here for the whole year round
They also have all the necessary amenities
Like a bedroom, a kitchen, living space
Fitted with a shower
And even a washing machine
They use natural gas and electricity for heating
And the house can be transported anywhere, as long as they get a permit from the road police.
Japanese are also known to make the most out of tiny houses.
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