18-Year-Old Builds Debt-Free Tiny House as School Project

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Whether it’s for a place to stay rent-free during college, or as a school project, we’re inspired by forward-thinking and creative youngsters who decide right off the bat to build their own mortgage-free homes. New Zealander Gabriella Grace is one of these experimental souls: she constructed this 172-square-foot abode as a school project when she was 18 years old. Made with a lot of recycled materials, clever details and a bit of technical help from her dad, Grace’s home is now temporarily parked in a scenic spot about 15 minutes by car from downtown Wellington.

From www.treehugger.com/…

One Response to 18-Year-Old Builds Debt-Free Tiny House as School Project

  1. cathykatejohnson says:

    Impressive!

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