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Ellen and Graeme Allen first spoke to Mark Collins in March and delivery of their Tiny Home was made to Geitz Road last week.

Built strictly to Council regulations and for Australian Conditions the home was 95 per cent complete before delivery with Bellinghams of Warwick responsible for the move to the site.

This Tiny Home showed no sign of movement to the frame or interior.

While the name suggests the home could be pokey nothing could be further from the truth.

There’s a verandah that extends across the front of the building and two bedrooms with built-ins, well-laid out kitchen with plenty of cupboards and drawers, modern appliances installed and good sized bathroom.

Photos: Allora Advertiser

The Builder Mark Collins and wife Lee are quite a team with Mark receiving accolades from the Allens on his workmanship and easy, professional manner and for Lee who has done a top job with the modern interior colours and layout design.

Local businesses were used as much as possible including Paul and Cameron from Davey Electrical and Jamie Mutch from Allora Joinery.

As well as Tiny Homes, Mark Collins also builds commercial poultry sheds.

Allora Advertiser 20 June 2024

This article appeared in the Allora Advertiser, 19 June 2024.


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