Posted by: nedpelger | July 7, 2008

Another Airplane house, but at 2% of the cost

After I posted about the $2,000,000 house made from a 747, I came across this article in the WebUrbanist blog that showed an airplane house already built. They bought the scrap plane for $2,000, paid $4,000 to move it and another $24,000 for renovations. So for $30,000 they have the cool house shown below.

While I know these weird houses aren’t what building Construction Supervisors deal with every day, I think many of you will find them interesting. I also plan to feature houses that Construction Supervisors have built for themselves. I know some of you have created some real works of art with your talents.

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  1. Although NOT an airplane house, I’m currently building a home out of recycled aircraft hangar components, and reclaimed shipping containers. You can learn all about it in my blog:

    http://renaissanceronin.wordpress.com

    It’s my family’s attempt to recover from Hurricane Katrina.

    These are great posts. Kudos!


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