The definition of reclaimed wood quoted from Craftmark, Inc. states: “rustic (nail & bolt holes, large knots and checking, distressed patina, circle sawn, rough cut, worm wood, etc) to nearly perfect clear vertical grain (CVG) wood that is next to impossible to find. Yes, it’s old. But it’s appealing to a new generation of homeowners, builders, designers, and architects that are interested in taking care of today’s environment,” therefore, it is considered architectural and artistical.
Found a reclaimed wood tiny house for the price of $75,000 in Luling, Tx. Too expensive for our budget and not nice at all. Then we decided to visit a Park model company. Here we went inside several of the Park models and the best layouts for our needs were the smaller ones with 400 sq.ft similar to tiny houses. A couple of the ones we loved, one was $59,000 and the other was $64,000, plus delivery.
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But honestly, looking back upon all the places we’ve visited doing our homework for when the time comes, we are inclined towards living in a small apartment or an RV. In a small apartment, 1 bedroom, we would achieve the same square footage we need as a tiny house. We don’t have to make a large investment, just pay rent and utilities. No garbage or patio maintenance, no building maintenance, plus we can move out after the contract is terminated.
Another choice, if we were to purchase an RV, the investment would be much smaller than getting into a tiny house. Why? We wouldn’t have to buy a lot or land, wouldn’t have to have a septic tank installed, which we know is optional, but we would want one. A septic tank, power and water facilities would make it a better resale value if we wanted to move, plus make life easier for the tiny house.
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