Dereck Diedricksen is not only handy, but also looking to make a profit with his 24 square foot home Gypsy Junker. The New York Times recently published what Diedricksen calls a hobby he partakes in while in his backyard.
The $3,000 tiny house just happens to be his latest project as he enjoys making tiny houses out of salvaged materials. 90% of the house was made with junk so this should be quite profitable for the young architect. The little home is quite cost effective and best of all, is eco.
Upcycled Garbage Abodes
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