Lifelong Friends Built These Tiny Houses So They Could Live Right Next To Each Other…

Lifelong Friends Built These Tiny Houses So They Could Live Right Next To Each Other...


When you’re young, you usually want to spend most of the time hanging out with your friends. But as people grow up, this idea slowly fades away. For the people featured in this next story, that’s not the case. They have built their tiny houses next to each other so they can live in a friendly neighborhood (literally) and have fun together.

They have also set up a 1,500-square-foot community building. The houses have a modern design and they are custom made for fitting the needs of the individual owners. When you see the photos you won’t believe that the price tag for each home was under $40.000. Also, all of the structures are sustainable and environmentally-friendly. Check it out below…

Lifelong Friends Built These Tiny Houses So They Could Live Right Next To Each Other...



Lifelong Friends Built These Tiny Houses So They Could Live Right Next To Each Other...

The couples purchased land along the Llano River, right on the outskirts of Austin, Texas….

Lifelong Friends Built These Tiny Houses So They Could Live Right Next To Each Other...

Initially, they were thinking of just making one huge house, but they decided a little personal space is always good, even for best friends…

Lifelong Friends Built These Tiny Houses So They Could Live Right Next To Each Other...

Each single-unit cabin is 400 square feet and cost $40,000 to build…

Lifelong Friends Built These Tiny Houses So They Could Live Right Next To Each Other...

They dubbed their tiny house oasis the “Llano Exit Strategy”…

Lifelong Friends Built These Tiny Houses So They Could Live Right Next To Each Other...

They paid attention to sustainability as well, building passive, low-impact buildings that blend beautifully into their environment…

Lifelong Friends Built These Tiny Houses So They Could Live Right Next To Each Other...

Lifelong Friends Built These Tiny Houses So They Could Live Right Next To Each Other...

The galvanized metal siding helps rebound harsh rays…

Lifelong Friends Built These Tiny Houses So They Could Live Right Next To Each Other...

Lifelong Friends Built These Tiny Houses So They Could Live Right Next To Each Other...

Lifelong Friends Built These Tiny Houses So They Could Live Right Next To Each Other...

Lifelong Friends Built These Tiny Houses So They Could Live Right Next To Each Other...

Lifelong Friends Built These Tiny Houses So They Could Live Right Next To Each Other...

Lifelong Friends Built These Tiny Houses So They Could Live Right Next To Each Other...

What do you think? Could you live here with your close friends?

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Aaron Mckay Jaime Jacques you guys could still do it!

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Rachel Lewis, Karen Patterson , Kim West, Curtis Cameron, Neil Murray, Doris Detlefsen, Barry Doucette this is what we need ! Oh, wait, thats how it all started in Guide City. ?

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Brenda – you called it babe! and yes we could do it all over again where “There ain’t no law”

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Jennifer Henning!!!!

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Thems sheds not houses

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Cute. They might as well shared a common area

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Juliette Guin Elsa Morette

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Elizabeth Strazar !!!!

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Christine Smedley Lorna Grant

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    These look great don’t they…but couldn’t help noticing the yard…must be in the desert!!

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You and me Kate Russo?

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Denise Collins I think we’re destined to be neighbours again ???

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Sarah Ann L. Thompson

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Natalie Denolf this will be us when we’re old

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Höllie Tiare may as well just move into 1??

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