This Tiny Triangular House in Bulacan Cost Around P1M—Including the Lot

And yup, you can stay overnight!

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PHOTO OG Channel Casa Pondevida

(SPOT.ph) So you've probably seen every possible take on the tiny house out there—and still can't get enough. In the age of, well, becoming a homeowner being one heck of a dream, we can't blame you. So check out how one family managed to make it come true. The Pondevida family put up their own tiny home in Doña Remedios Trinidad, Bulacan; a house and lot that cost them around P1 million in total. 

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Check out this unique tiny house in Bulacan

It all started when Erlinda Pondevida stumbled upon a 2,000 square-meter lot in Bulacan. Typically, her two children would gift her and her husband a vacation on their wedding anniversary every December—but there being a pandemic, her kids gifted them with the land instead. Thus started their tiny-house journey. 

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From there, they built a sharp abode that has all the essentials. The triangle hides a living area, kitchenette, bathroom, view deck, and sleeping area. And they put all their cost savvy skills to use, too. Pondevida tells Summit Media's OG channel that she bought the door from a demolished house for P1,500 and had the staircase made from old billiard tables. 

And if you want to try out the tiny-house living—and be able to chill at the garden complete with a hammock, camping area, bonfire pit, and more—then note that you can rent out the Casa Pondevida.

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