Build A Tiny House Homestead Rental For Passive Income
Living In A Tiny House Is No Different From Living On A Boat!
Can your backyard shed become a chic tiny house homestead rental to earn passive income; and can you see how the idea can be a reality?
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Can your backyard shed become a chic tiny house rental to earn passive income?
Can you see how the shed and tiny house rental idea can be appealing and a reality?
It is a growing new housing idea to promote frugal living and make money.
I can see how the idea of a tiny house rental can be appealing and a reality.
My curiosity about converting my custom-built shed into a tiny house is increasing because it is a growing new housing idea to promote frugal living and make extra money.
Converting a shed into a tiny house ranging from 84 to 170 square feet can be rented out to guest for $99 a night, to sample the rural country lifestyle.
It is also a way for guest to test tiny house living, and use the shed for a more practical purpose.
I have often envisioned a tree house in the woods, but converting my existing shed into a tiny house would be more practical.
Remodeling my shed would basically include installing a new floor, electrical wiring and window A/C unit, insulating walls, replacing windows and door, roof, shingles, shutters, window boxes, odorless toilet and kitchenette.
A sleeping loft is possible, which would leave more living room space.
After remodeling the tiny house, you can make it available through vacation rental web sites such as Airbnb.
The benefit of renting your tiny house are environmental and financial perks of tiny living.
If you decide to downsize, it could free you from cleaning your three-bedroom home or mortgage.
Cooking in the tiny kitchen and odor could be concerns, but personally, I had to adapt to these challenges in my own home.
The kitchen is tiny, and more or less a pass through, and the bathroom had only windows to vent odors.
Nevertheless, the tiny 1960’s kitchen is big enough for me and cozy for two.
I had automatic vents installed in the bathroom ceilings for convenience and an odorless environment.
The tiny house is not a new idea, but converting the shed is.
Living in a tiny house is no different from living on a boat or in a small trailer.
Living in a tiny house shed offers an environment perk because a small space force you out into nature.
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