Okay question- the second place you showed is it counted as a tiny house on wheels and how far do they deliver and do they finance if it is a tiny house does it have RV connection for the power hook up -What is the name of company and contact information
when I see high windows all I can think about is how the H**L am I going to clean those windows when they get dirty,also I love how every home option has a sign on the toilet that says DO NOT USE haha 😀 I honestly would go with the mobile home option only because I think about where yall would be editing and also having cats and when your family comes over you dont have to feel like your sitting on each others lap…but in the end its what you guys feel is best for you!! AS for price I think the mobile home is the best bet but you also dont get to do much customizing on layout but I could be wrong as well.
All of these homes are stunning ~ how do you decide!? I do agree with you both though, ‘re the positives of the Dirksen sheds; the customizing & building flexibility. They are super nice for the money. And you can budget in your upgrades over time, at your own pace.? One thing though – you will need more kitchen area, cabinets & counter work space. Trust me, please don’t skimp here ~ three times a day you’ll be bumping into each other trying to prepare meals & find places to set & store things. Meals can quickly turn to $$$ take-out. Thanks for the awesome tour!
the tiny homes – have big kitchen areas but way way too small bedrooms and the prices are insane. Mobile homes- cheaper but too big for one person. Shed homes- good price, just the right size and I love that you an customize it. That display house is good for someone on disability or elderly; no stairs or crampy lofts.
We bought a 14× 76 with 2 bed rms 2 full baths nice size living room. & kitchen remodeled move in ready for $12000 Came with a covered deck total 1000 sq ft love it. Have a small travel trailer we built to go camping.