Katy Krebs and her husband, Michael, were looking for a place to call their own when an old shed that used to belong to Michael’s grandparents caught their eye.
The Krebs had been renting for about seven years. When the coronavirus pandemic hit, they decided it was time to find a place they could call their own, especially since they were getting older and have two daughters: Carolina, 7, and Harper, 3.
They didn’t have to look far to find the solution.
The couple had inherited 70 acres of land in Fayetteville, Texas, from Michael’s grandparents. The property includes agricultural land — and a small, rundown shed.
“We thought the shed was the perfect thing to fix up and make into a tiny home, where we could live while saving up some money so we can