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If you’ve got a small space, you’ll probably find some ingenious way to fit more stuff than should be possible. Necessity, as they say, is the mother of invention. But whatever your space-saving solution is, it probably doesn’t compare to all the methods used by Youtuber 007craft, who spent two months living in a small storage unit, unbeknownst to management of course.
007craft’s storage unit measures only 6x4x10, yet he managed to fit a bed, a large TV and surround sound speaker system, and an entire kitchen, complete with a homemade sink. He also has a number of storage racks on all the walls and even the ceiling, where he keeps everything he doesn’t use regularly.
If you can get one, the best deal in real estate are airport hangers. I have had one for over 17 years. Rent goes up far below the cost of living. The grounds are secure. And after a few months you find regulars to the area who live there and they provide added security. And they all have amenities.
(Re: new apartment) “Not much now but I’m planning to build a rock-climbing gym in here…”
Of course he is. I thought his ingenuity making that storage unit “home” was amazing. Now I’m pondering what his 6x4x10 storage unit cost him a month. I wish he had mentioned that.
It was under a million…
Just checked here, Jim! Although I couldn’t find a price online, I did notice the first month from “Public Storage” was only $1.
Obviously, they understand your wisdom of: “Price will fix it”.
With skyrocketing home prices in Vancouver (before the 15% foreign buyer tax, we need that here in California), I can see why he would need to live in a storage unit.
Although, taking electricity and water from the business wasn’t cool.