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After a lot of careful research and considering what my realistic options and abilities are in terms of building and financing, I have decided that converting a shed into a tiny house is my best option. This is the model I'll be purchasing (about $7,000 for a 12x20 and they have rent to own) and I can get a loan from the bank to finish out the interior. Plus side is it's still portable, though not as easily as a tiny house built on wheels. But it also has a lot more space so...priorities.


Sturdy 5'x8' portable run-in shed on skids, about 5' high to top of roof in front. Great for sheep, goats, mini horses, hogs, etc. Sided with white pine.


The Ultra Series is an attractive, portable storage shed that will look great in your backyard. The door and window in the sidewall makes it a perfect building to turn into a workshop. Just add a workbench and shelves and you’ve got a wonderful place in which you can do your hobby. You can add a tool organizer to make even better use of your space. A skylight will give you extra lighting.


10'x16' Garden Shed with Painted Board & Batten Siding, 9-Lite Wood Windows, Additional Single Dutch Door, Flower Boxes and Gable Vents


From the home front: Bob Bowling Rustics' tiny sheds; barn converted to small home