Fraction of the size, fraction of the cost.
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The 145 sq.-ft. units would feature a bathroom, kitchen, and sleeping area.
The treehouse on Pender Island has 165 sq. ft. of living space and cost $8,000 to build.
There is something disturbing about the way local media continues to laud people for moving into smaller and smaller spaces simply because they can't afford anything else.
A family in Victoria is looking for a place to put the 350 sq. ft. home they're building.
Just because these spaces are small doesn't mean they can't be beautiful.
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A B.C. landscaper has found a way to avoid a big mortgage and still live in the house of her dreams: she built it herself.
All 130 sq. ft. of it.
In the ever-growing tiny home craze that seems to be sweeping B.C. (laneway homes, anyone?), local developer Bosa Properties has introduced a new proj...
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