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Getaway with a deck. A one-room modern structure perched on a steep lot turns what would have been virtually unusable space into a welcome
5. Getaway with a deck. A one-room modern structure perched on a steep lot turns what would have been virtually unusable space into a welcome refuge from daily life. Use it to house guests or simply to feel like you’re getting away from it all without leaving home.
The siding on the building is rad, what is the material and color?
Can you give me an idea of what it may cost to build / lock up stage as well ..Thanks
I too would like to see an interior layout if you find them... Impressive building!!!
I think this building is cheeped cost and normal style.
What about a building that looks like this?
Dana Perez: Mid2Mod in-law house
HI, I have a mid-century home and looking to build an adiition for my mom and I think a rectangular addition would fit perfectly and i was wondering if you could share the floor planto so I have an idea
This is the place we'll build in Claire, Eli or Simon's yard when we can't live by ourselves ;)
of graph paper, a ruler and a pencil and went to work on a redesign, turning the existing footprint into the kitchen, laundry room and bathroom and building out for additional living space. After she finalized the floor plans and hired general contractor Jose Camarillo, construction began; it took three
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Petra's Enchanting Hideaway
Love this storage building
rugged building for garage, workshop, or whatever
I like for back shed near water!
The steel siding on the front of the house flows to sections of the back exterior as well. The firewood is from a hazardous tree that Hepler had to cut down last year. It's just about done curing and will be used to heat the house this winter.