Tuesday, November 03, 2020

Win a tiny house garden office

The Bristol Post reports on an intriguing idea from Bristol builder George Rose who is raffling off a tiny house he built during the first lockdown this year. He estimates the value of the house at £20,000 and each raffle ticket costs £3, with at least 7.5% of profits going to homeless charity Centrepoint.

"This started as a project to hone my skills and build a home," he says. "I didn’t plan to raffle this off, but this years unprecedented events called for a different approach. Rather than watch my project sit alone and unloved, I decided to raffle the house and donate part of the proceeds to charity. This is the chance for a brand new chapter - could it be yours?

The 6.6m x 2.55m house has two rooms, double French windows, solar inverter, composting toilet, and gas boiler. Though built as a house, it could work equally well as a garden office.

More details at Tiny Raffle. Raffle closes on November 30.


Tuesday posts are sponsored by Garden Spaces, suppliers of contemporary garden buildings, offices, gyms and studios, many of which do not require planning



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