Nowadays houses are extortionate, with many first time buyers unable to save enough for a down payment, this has initiated a new craze of tiny homes meaning people can afford to move out into spaces they can call home.
The results are amazing...
One woman from China was so enamored with her own tiny home that she refused every effort made by the government to make her move.
In fact, tiny homes have become all the rage.
There's a lot to love about Tiny homes, and despite what you might think, they're deceptively specious inside...
They have a very Minimalist feel about them.
One of my favorite things about tiny homes is there really aren't any restrictions.
It's not hard to see why people love their tiny homes so much.
One woman even loved her tiny home so much, that she refused to move.
via: GettyAmazingly, the government tried to buy her house off her for over 10 years.
With no prevail.
via: GettyAfter finally calling it quits on getting her to move, they decided to build the motorway bridge around her tiny house in Guangzhou.
The building is now known as a "nail house."
via: YoutubeDue to her rejecting compensation from a developer to demolish it.
The new view isn't all too pleasing to the eye.
via: YoutubeI mean wings of a motorway bridge aren't the first things I'd want to see in the morning.
The one-story house contains a forty-square-meter flat.
via: YoutubeAnd is now the only house situated in the "pit."
It's not exactly anyone's idea of paradise.The owner, Liang, said the government had failed to offer her a replacement property so refused to negotiate further.
And was perfectly happy with the developments to her surroundings.
via: YoutubeShe said she wasn't worried about what people would think of her for choosing to stay.
I mean that's pretty bold.She explained: "You think this environment is poor, but I feel it's quiet, liberating, pleasant and comfortable."
Maybe it was before being plonked in the middle of a four-lane traffic link...
via: YoutubeGovernment officials said that their initial plans for the bridge started in 2010.