A simple, affordable tiny home in Belgium
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This tiny house doesn’t come with wheels. But that’s fine. We’ll take it as is.
Set next to a lake in rural Belgium, it’s a mere 377 square feet, but comes with plenty of charm, thanks to features like siding milled from trees found in the surrounding woods, a wood-burning stove, and views of the nearby lake. The inside is designed for summer retreats or as a studio for daily work.
But here’s the best part: it cost less than a tricked-out pickup to build.