Son Built a Stunning Tiny House for His Elderly Father and It looks So Gorgeous
Josh Wynne created an incredible tiny home which meets the needs of his dad who is getting old.
Josh's father, Mike Wynne, wants to retire to a cozy cabin in the woods, so the young man helped him fulfill that goal by structuring and building a one-room cabin next to his house, according to Inhabitat.
His idea is to let his elderly father easily explore around the place and to appreciate nature.
Without a doubt, this cabin is the most comfortable gift Mike could get.
This gorgeous cabin consists of a bedroom, a bathroom, a kitchen, and a living room. Josh named the place Mike’s Hammock, which is located on his property in Nokomis, Florida.
The 604-square-meter cabin was constructed using sustainable and recycled materials he bought from a building site.
Josh said that the process of building his father’s new home just produced less than one dumpster of waste.
The property keeps energy costs low because of the custom-made central cooling and heating system. During the summer, the energy costs to an average of just $25 every month.
Josh used huge windows with the goal that the stylish house shows up visually more spacious. It can also accommodate wheelchairs and walkers. As for the bathroom, it has a shower with a fold-down seat.
Without a doubt, this cabin is the most comfortable gift Mike could get. According to Bored Daddy, Josh planted three trees to replace the trees he cut for the tiny home.
His extraordinary and selfless deed should serve as an example of how every kid should treat their parents.
Mike is exceptionally appreciative to have a comfortable house to live, near his child. Meanwhile, many people are also obsessed with these tiny houseboats.
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