Taking notice of the that's sweeping the nation, sculptor Jeff Smith was inspired to take the trend to new heights. As an art project, he created what he claims is the "smallest house in the world."
The structure, which took a year to complete, can be found in Boston, Massachusetts, and accommodates (as you might imagine) one person. The tiny quarters lack heat, air conditioning, Internet and TV access, but does include a sink, skylight, kitchen, stove top, workspace, and carpeted floor.
In an effort to make the home more interactive, Smith has listed it on . "One reasonably fit person can roll it anywhere. It also fits in a regular-sized van," Smith wrote in the listing, referring to the bright green abode's wheels.
"I want to see how it goes with someone renting this place out, and hear back from them and see what they say," Smith told the .
If you're interested in staying in the smallest tiny house in the world, it's going for $55 per night and has a one-night minimum stay. The price is cheaper than a nice dinner out, but Smith reminds people that the tiny house movement isn't for everyone: "Staying in the smallest house in the world is a unique experience and not for regular people."
Would you want to stay in this tiny house?