Tiny Homes Built In Community Youth Program Up for Sale

Outside-300x225Community Youth Services (CYS) has announced the sale of three 77-square-foot “tiny homes” built by students in its YouthBuild program in Thurston County. The local non-profit is asking for $10,000 for each of the tiny houses, all built in 2011. YouthBuild, in partnership with New Market Skills Center in Tumwater, helps young people ages 16 to 20 earn their high school diploma or GED while providing training and work experience in the construction trades.

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5 Responses to Tiny Homes Built In Community Youth Program Up for Sale

  1. I think these houses should be donated to various cities for their homeless programs. I’d like to see more homeless with a place to call home in winter.

    • MJ Stark says:

      “helps young people ages 16 to 20 earn their high school diploma or GED while providing training and work experience in the construction trades.” This group has a purpose raising young people up to get their arms around their own lives. The price point and cause seem very appropriate, in my opinion, to the purpose of their creation.

  2. Karen says:

    Over-priced for amt. of footage. Best to teach them better economics in their builds also.

  3. Anonymous says:

    I am sure that the price reflects the cost of the Tiny Home,with perhaps a bit of a donation for the program.

  4. Big Mike says:

    So maybe if someone was interested they would like to see the inside???

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