3 bedroom, 3 bath house with microwave over range, laundry center, & wrap around porch.

Sq. Ft: 1,076 (546 1st, 530 2nd)
Building size: 40’-0" wide, 49’-0" deep
Main roof pitch: 11/12
Ridge height: 25’
Wall heights: 8’
Foundation: CMU blocks
Lap siding

This plan is in PDF format so you can download, and print whenever you like. Plan prints to scale on 24" x 36" paper.

Floor Plan
Room dimensions shown are inside-wall-to-inside-wall clear space inside the room.

If Manly Dan knew Stanford when he was building his house and letting him stay in his cabin and etc etc, they seemed to be pretty well acquainted, would he know that Stan wasn’t Ford? 

Because my guess is yes. But then how would he accept it? Or just ignore it? And how/why would he let Wendy work there? 

There’s a lot of questions here.

Student builds tiny house; donates to homeless

After a complicated, arduous three-and-a-half-year relationship, “Ruby” feels like a family member to Kendall Ronzano.

Ruby is a 117-square-foot trailer-mounted “tiny home” Ronzano began building at age 16 in her Westside backyard. Last week, Ruby figuratively rolled off into the sunset, on its way to Austin, Texas. The house will provide shelter to a homeless person or family in a budding supportive housing community there.

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Here’s a great little documentary about a tiny house. Students at the Yestermorrow Design/Build Schoolcan take a semester long class in which they design and build a tiny house. Very Cool! 

After going through a divorce, a woman decided to build her own house using what she learned from a book and YouTube

You might think going through a divorce and losing your home to foreclosure would be hard to bounce back from, and they are, but Tell Me More caught up with a woman who beat the odds and built a new home for herself.

Macy Miller, an architect from Idaho, built the home with her own two hands at a cost of only $11,000. The house is less than 200 square feet.

I came from a 2,500-square-foot house. You know, four bedrooms, three baths and, you know, I had bedrooms that I literally never even opened. After years, there were still vacuum marks on the floor. It was a little bit too much. It was not really my style at all, and this just works better for me personally.

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The USS Enterprise Lands at the White House

Photos by Cheriss May | Ndemay Media Group

Washington, D.C. — On Tuesday, July 19, in the auditorium of the Eisenhower Executive Office Building, as part of the Joining Forces initiative, First Lady Michelle Obama hosted service members, veterans, and their families for a special advanced screening of “Star Trek Beyond” at the White House. 

Mrs. Obama delivered brief remarks and was joined by lead actors: Chris Pine, Simon Pegg, and Karl Urban. | ©2016 Photo by Cheriss May,