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It all depends on your family and lifestyle as to what house you need, but these are good options for those who do not need large amounts of space.
Oh well, so much for having people over for dinner, parties, super bowl. Dont think so with all that room. Everyone look at me, I'm saving the planet with my little tree house.
My kids sure love sleeping on top of each other, it brings us so close together as a family, we even recycle our bath water and use it for cooking because we care more than everyone else.
People who can afford a nice house with plenty of space are just selfish, vain, irresponsible people.
My wife and I live in a 12 x 24 house that I built 15 years ago with our bedroom in an A-frame loft (12x16) it has full kitchen, full bath, room for our big screen TV, computers, etc. we have an 8 by 12 storage room attached to it. I built it with less than $4,000dollars worth of materials. We are quite comfortable, our heating and cooling probably doesn't exceed $1,000 per year. When summer comes we are off
to Colorado in our 42 ft converted car hauler/rv/horse trailer for 4 months of summer fun. Our utilities in the trailer total about $35 to $40 per week for Generator Gas, Propane, and water( We haul our own water from town).
Innovation minus ego can lead to savings and still a comfortable life.
I really like the idea of the floating house. Does anyone have more information on these?