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They have squeezed the non-permit buildings down to 10'x12' here with no plumbing or electrical.
This young man gets kudos from me!
hi jpatti, you rock! i was just browsing a place called little house on a trailer, its in northern calif. same idea. after finding my building permit would run us about $20,000 i was looking for a option until we could manage the permit fee and build too.i went back into this thread to re-think what we are doing, and was amazed to find your post. thank you so much.
http://www.olsonkundigarchitects.com/Projects/825/Rolling-Huts#Don't know if these have been mentioned yet & I can't say I like the looks, but in reading some of this thread, folks mentioned the concept of the rv type structure to get around building code obstacles. I believe the architects put these cabins on wheels so they could get around the building codes in Okanogan County. I think it was something about building in a flood plain, but am not sure on that.Harley
Small buildings that often don't need a permit - What is the best design and the easiest construction? What are your ideas? What would you build?See the contest and winners in this Owner Builder Gallery link - http://www.countryplans.com/contest.htmlWhat follows below is the history of the discussion as the contest evolved.