Who is going to invest like that?
Having a property that’s a source of rental income is always a welcome situation. But when the rental home is built with your own two hands, it’s all the more satisfying, don’t you think? Well, this lovely couple built quite a chic tiny home on a wheels for the sole purpose of renting it out, and you can check out their entire construction tale through these photos. Be sure to go to Page 2 to see the finished results, including interior photos!
In the summer of 2014, Patrick and Sarah Romero, along with the help of Sarah’s father, built this light-filled tiny house on wheels. The duo, who work as videographers, built the house as a means of generating extra income through rental. The house contains a total of 192 square feet (17.8 square meters) and features a light and airy interior. The decorative nature is continued on the inside, with wide skirting boards and trim. It also has one of the most unusual ceilings I’ve seen in a tiny house thanks to the pyramid skylights. The interior finish, like the exterior, is mostly white with the odd accent of color coming from furnishings. The rear of the house is dedicated to the bathroom, which, when compared to other tiny houses, is huge. The loft is set above the bathroom and start of the kitchen and can sleep up to two people. Another two people can be accommodated through the use of a sofa bed.
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