House from a Recycled Plane

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  1. GekiDan

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    The house actually looks great, much better than I expected. However, I wouldn't say that it saved her any money. Judging by the amount of work gone into building the house I would say that building the house from that plane, cost more than building it from traditional building materials.
     
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    This woman has got lots of imagination. But i would prefer an ordinary house from wood, for example.
     
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    Personally I'd like to live in Bilbo's house in the Lord of The Rings movie. :D It might be green because she's recycling but I think it's ugly. How much does it cost to even have the parts flown in to the location? Bet it was more than the $35K the plane did. Her neighbors must be thrilled she lives on 55 acres and they don't need to look at it LOL.
     
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    Wow, that is a beautiful house. I thought it would look like a piece of tin!
     
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    The cost of building might have been that expensive but the cost that it might save will only be visible after a couple of years.
     

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