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Grandmother gives her house away and transforms garden shed into cozy home

As a homeowner, it isn’t unusual to have a small shed in the garden – sheds provide great storage space for everything from lawn mowers to garden tools, wheelbarrows and leftover paint.

But when Monica Smith appeared one day carrying furniture into her 8×10 foot shed, the neighbors could not help but get curious. What on earth was she doing?

Well, they soon realized that Grandma Monica was in fact transforming her garden shed into a cozy little home – and the reason behind her decision is as wonderful as the transformation.

It turned out that Monica’s daughter with five children had recently lost their home. As the self-sacrificing grandmother she was, Monica didn’t hesitate for a second and gave her home up to her daughter and grandkids. She then began to prepare to move into the tiny shed in the back.

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Leaving an entire house for a 8×10 foot shed in the garden may sound a little uncomfortable – but after some solid work, Monica managed to turn the shed into a cozy home.

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There’s space for a kitchen with smart storage…

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… And a small living room with sofa, coffee table and photographs of the family.

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Obviously the living room is also equipped with a TV.

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It’s hard to believe how small the shed actually is. Monica’s handy work really gave results.

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A staircase? Sure!

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The small loft thus became a cozy bedroom with a small window facing the garden.

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Isn’t it awesome!

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This grandmother has a real heart of gold to move out to make room for her child and grandchildren – and what a cozy home, she now has to! Share this wonderful story with your friends if you agree she deserves all the likes in the world!

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