I saw this post about people living in small houses under 100 square feet. We live in around 2,200 square feet and some days I would love the rooms to be bigger, other days not so....... Could you live in a home as small as 100 square feet?
We changed insurance companies last month, I may have mentioned it, not sure? Anyhow for the house insurance they wanted to do a home inspection. So the guy came, nice guy and did what he had to do. We got the results back and they have put our insurance up nearly $60 for the whole year.....no problem there. Why they did that made us laugh. To rebuild our house it would cost nearly $700,000.....okay that would probably make sense as its all stone and the woodwork would take a lot to replicate. The out buildings would cost $138,000...........at this point me and dh looked at one another and said "what outbuilding?" We have a garage that is more "holy than godly!!" The shed, well one good push and the whole thing would topple over!!
Then our belongings are insured for another $625,000. I told dh I was going to call the insurance company and ask them what they thought was worth that sort of money, as I was planning on selling it!!! As I can't even come close to $100,000 never mind over $600,000. Not sure if I also told you of the "argument" I had with them about how much wood we burn a year. According to them there was no way on earth we could burn 3 bush cords of wood. She even asked her supervisor who said the same..........after a couple of minutes of going back and forward with them, I gave in and agreed it was only 3 face cords........I wonder why I paid for three bloody bush cords of wood then!!!!!
Oh these city folks who work in offices downtown and never go to the country side!!!!