Thursday, October 6, 2011

How About A Home Office In Your Backyard?

A home office can be a great thing. However, for some of us extra discipline is required to get work done given the distractions of the refrigerator, the kids, the television, etc. Well, how about a nice little studio office in your backyard?

This is fun stuff! Thanks to Chuck Newton, at his Chuck Newton Rides The Third Wave blog for the story:

I continue to get throw back from attorneys that they do not have the space or privacy in their homes to have a home office or practice. My question is often, do you have a yard? Even a small yard will do. If so, then add a small studio office. I have posted examples before, but here is an example from Sett Studio in Austin, Texas.

These home offices range in size from about 97 to 192 square feet, they are energy-efficient and cost between $20,000 – $30,000. Construction takes about 45 days and installation is finished in a couple days. Transportation costs between $500-$3,000 depending on where the studio is being shipped. Typically permits are not necessary given the size of the building.








Please click here for Chuck's original article.

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