Sask. woman gives hope for a home
For those trying hard to live within their means, but still wish for a home, there's some new hope.
Lydia Holden, 22, is having an atypical house built -- it's only 136 square feet.
And it's not just good for her, but the environment too.
"The easiest way to make something like a house good for the environment, is to cut down on the square footage," Holden said.
"It's two parking spaces long, and roughly one parking space wide."
The home is being built for her by SIAST carpenter students.
She hopes to be a live-in nanny, but live in her own place, in the backyard.