Doug W.: Nice I had lived in the before..great
jmc90213: Does the cost include moving the house on your property?
mark brown: im in a 12 x 35 its a real house with a real bathroom , a few dollars
Doug Malone: Who is the manufacturer?
P G: This is off the Grid. There isn't going to be a Washer/Dryer. The Bathroom
is an Outhouse. A Solar Panel and a LED Light at night. Need some Barrels
of Drinking Water. The insulation is your sleeping bag. This will keep the
Feral Dog Packs away from you and your stuff. It's to keep the rain and the
Bugs off you. Like a Miner's Cabin.
DFKnightmare: Massive deck, lol....what does a small deck look like to you?
Gardening With Puppies: I did a vid on the same cabin last year. I think it is pretty sweet, too.
DFKnightmare: you still gotta pay for the land to put it on, taxes on said land, and
installing and maintaining the utilities like a sewer and well system. so
in the end you are looking at 20-30k minimum to live in a shed, plus you
gotta add the cost of all the upgrades/fixtures/addons like bathroom,
kitchen, wood stove, lighting, washer/dryer?, finishing the walls etc. So
it's even more than that.
I paid $55k for my HOUSE already built on land with a gas fireplace, full
kitchen, 2 full bathrooms, 3 bedrooms, closets, diningroom, livingroom x2,
hardwood floors, massive windows, pool house, fenced in yard, all
utilities, pool, deck, attached garage, full dry basement, etc etc.
This is stupid.
danpt2000: A shed in the middle of nowhere.
altha2008: I would love to have one on my Farm in NW Florida to stay in when I go back
to visit everyone
Martillo Duro: have you seen any thing twice the size of this one but finish already for a
good price,,the thing is that here in levy county florida I got to have at
least 1,000 sqft,,thanks,,I mean the wood cabin,,,
Thanatos Katakrima: I think it's called a shed...LOL...questions: how much to add electrical,
plumbing, etc.? How much to put it somewhere? You gotta put it somewhere,
or where else can you put it for free? I think I'd be better off in a
conversion van and it'll be cheaper too.
Keith Gardner: Yeah, you can't really say "for about 10 grand, you could be living here!"
It is a shell,nothing more. There is not a single wire or pipe, no
insulation, no paint, no heat, no light, no water, no partitions, no
toilet, no sink, and even more to the point, NO PROPERTY/LAND. Yes, it is a
nice SHELL, but that is what it is. I would say add another $20,000 minimum
PLUS the cost of the land, PLUS the cost of inspections/compliance
depending on where you put it. Unless you are totally off-grid, you have to
expect total cost around $40-50k for a house you're gonna live in.
louis hesse: This cabin can be built for much cheaper than the listed price just the
framing materials are around $1500 and can be built in one day, the roof
and siding is another $1300. If anyone buys that they are getting ripped
Will A: What about the cost of septic, field lines, water and electric run to the
house. Also need a shower/bath, toilet, etc.
stephane fyfe: very nice place. i want one.it is sweat!
John Brown: if you know how to operate a hammer and saw you can built it easy. also
bigger and you can find recycled building material like windows and
doors.... stuff that, $10 grand, what a rip
Josh Mitchell: What company is this
Richard Pardue: Too much, I just rather have a camper that size with wheels to move it if I
don logsdon: its not worth the money, ten grand, what a joke, lol.
Jake Does America: Does this come with land lol
Jim Beck: can build us own that's 24x32 for half of that if u wanna do the work
yourself like we did.
Plumpy: Lol... I can build my own log cabin for $20000 with stuff in it. Like
Insulation and wiring.
Daniel Patrick: I worked for a company once, where we built sheds and such like this.
Though, our's weren't so fancy looking like these. Our's were built the
same but plain looking. Even with that said, I still thought along these
lines about these becoming small homes like this. All you have to do is
think in terms of an RV or camper and build the inside accordingly. Sure
it's small and functional, but it can be just as beautiful a home as it is
functional. You just have to step out of the box, and think about what
you're trying to do, and make it as like what you envision it inside your
head. Lots of people love RVs and campers . . . . . . Why NOT make it more
like a home? If it's what you like and wish to do . . . . . who has the
right to tell you no ? ? ? ?
Anthony Williams: that's a pretty good deal, I doubt you could buy the material for that and
by the time you figure in your labor and the labor of a friend or two you'd
be looking at $18,000. I'd buy one if I had some remote land to put it on.
mark farley: lol i think the metal building you showed on the video is intended as a car
port or garage shelter , i don't think that's designed to be a home
build.You cant live in this for 10 k either you need drainage electrics
insulation and so on
Greg Mccumber: $10K + insulation + drywall + electrical + heating + cooling + plumbing +
kitchen + bathroom... Yes you could make it livable... for about $40K +
land cost. You would be better off buying a used travel trailer or 5th
ByeByeMissAmericaPie: I think that the pole barn would work pretty good as a tiny home factory.
Rob T: your eye brows are friggin HUGE. trim those babys down a notch. LOL
soylent for you: That's nice and it would be great to deck it out the way I'd like it but
it's not practicle and dollar smart especially in this lousy economy.I
bought an old but very nice and solid 1976 12x60 mobile home placed on my
acre of land for 4600 delivered.Has a kitchen living room combo,2 bedrooms
a,bathroom,everything you need to live comfortably..
julietwhiskey01: Dude! Go slow with the camera!
Dogs Rule: Very nice!!!
K imber: I could never live in one of these. It's like a storage shed. I need lots
of living space.
VortecSilverado: If I had the first building, I would build in a couple of wide shed dormers
with windows in the roof. Make them wide enough so a queen size mattress
would fit in the opening. I think it would look nice and give a little
Roger Lund: Ted Kazinski would be so proud....just kidding.
magickwmn: Ha! Bet you don't make them in Alaska!
Gregory Beland: The man sounds like an idiot !
Don Grayson: Everybody should build something they live in at least once.
I built and lived in a 12x30 in Texas, full kitchen & bath. Queen bed
folded up to wall, w/table that would fold down underneath. Bench seating
served as seating for table and supports for bed when lowered. 2x8’s, ¾”
plywood, as long as you can clean & jerk 70#’s. If you have ac power. 220v
window unit w/ heat connected to a 220v thermostat ($22), works just like a
low voltage one. Stack wash/dryer. Indoor/outdoor carpet so you could see
those scorpions running across the floor.
Important; I would recommend to any living structure. Make sure it is
secured down (banding). Increase ceiling height to increase cubic area for
efficiency. Insulate ceiling to a min of twenty inches, floor ten inches.
Roof overhangs 18”, gutters, and window awnings in summer. Do not ever use
flex duct or asphalt shingle roofing.
Disregard most of the above and it is called a manufactured home. Remove
plywood sheathing, used for the structural support and it is a residential
Retirement/long term, the important point is property taxes; on the custom
home $500/mo, manufactured home $225/mo, and the shed $100/mo.
Because I have done it more than once; foundation grading/dirt work and
driveway $5K, the price of a water meter is over $2K most places or a water
well $5K, electrical installation is reasonable, $1K if you know how, then
septic can be another $5K.
kaizer soze: Getting a shed style without a porch means, cheaper and more room. You
could always add a porch later for cheaper by your self.
Steven Schein: Nice shed Bro!!
deputy1040: That shed is missing the following.... Bathroom, kitchen, closet, flooring,
walls, insulation. electrical, plumbing, heating, A/C and numerous other
things which will easily cost over $10,000 in addition to the price of the
Don Grayson: I think you will find that loft area best served with insulation.
TH3C1PH3R: Two words > "Grow Room"
keymankeys1960: brother don't listen to the nay-sayers . I tend to agree with you. For
people that can't build one themselves I think these are a pretty good deal
to get you started.First off that 9000 includeds interest,taxes and
delivery,pay off was like 3 yrs.Install a woodstove,composting toilet,some
solar pannels,generator or dreaded light pole and go.I plan to use a 1000
gal plastic tank for water if I cant find property in the country with a
well.There is plenty of people selling " camping property" on land
Z Dawson: where in mn?
Cathy Harrell: Derksen, finally:)
thedudeman111: NOT BAD at all.....
T Taylor: dude, you say "plenty of room" a few too many times to describe that space.
denise cryer: HOW WIDE ANS HOW LONG IS IT AND CAN I PUT IT ON A TRAILER
Lance Winslow: #Offgrid freedom, a personal small home.