"If you don’t have an outbuilding awaiting conversion to a bunkhouse or the money to have one custom built, there are prefabricated options. David Wisherd, an engineer whose primary residence is in San Jose, Calif., recently installed a free-standing 10-foot-by-14-foot structure from Modern Cabana, a San Francisco company, at his 4,000-square-foot second home in Carmel. He said that his two oldest grandchildren, ages 5 and 6, are looking forward to staying in the just-finished space.“It’s nicer than a shed,” he said, “and more cost effective than adding on to the house.”"Worth a browse.
Friday, October 26, 2007
An interesting piece in the New York Times by Steve Bailey looks at sheds, bunkhouses and guesthouses. As he says:
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