Ever wanted to live with your best friends forever? I am sure you did so making you want it more here is the story of 4 couple best friends who have been together for 20 years made their own little town so that they can retire, live and grow old together. They made four little houses closer to the environment that face the Llano River outside Austin. It’s called the ‘Llano Exit Strategy.
Matt Garcia planned these houses to be as feasible and eco-accommodating as could really be expected. They cost around $40,000 each. They have skewed rooftops with downpour barrels that can hold 5,000 gallons of water, intelligent dividers to keep out the blasting Texas desert intensity, and remarkable protected windows. Wooden insides minimize expenses and give the homes a warm, roomy inclination.
They have spent all their retirement plan on this dream town and visit it as often as they can.
These Couple Friends Have Been Together for Last 20 Years So They Chose To Make Their Own Little Town
To Stay With Each Other In A Small And Reasonable Place, They Invested Their Money.
Each Home Costs For $40,0000.
A single house is 400 square foot which has a queen-sized bed, a couch, a bathroom and a porch.
According to Matt Garcia Plywood Is Used For As It The Inner Design Of The House Which Is Cheap But With High Finish Look.
The roofs are slanted and can collect about 5,000 gallons of rainwater in water barrels.
It’s a heaven, yet entirely it’s dry. To store as much water as could be expected for the local trees and grasses, we are giving our very best,” said Fred Zipp, an inhabitant.
In the hot weather, the creased steel outside assists with keeping the inside cool by reflecting daylight.
“It’s like being in a Disney film over here. There are rabbits, wildcats, deer, and numerous sorts of birds. “The additional time we spend here, the more we find,” said inhabitant Jodi Zipp