Fargo couple’s big idea: Let’s live in a tiny house
Charlene and Luke Sabin’s new house has a bedroom, living area, kitchen, bathroom and dining table.
But unlike most houses, this one is just 204 square feet.
Faced with student loans and an unaffordable housing market, the Sabins decided to do something a little different: They built a tiny house.
“This is the best plan for us to actually be long-term successful in life, in home ownership, in debt management,” Charlene, 29, said last week in an interview in the living room of the tiny house, when it was sitting in a north Fargo driveway, where the house was built over the past few months.