The house stands on three stub walls built from pressure-treated lumber.
The front wall of 2x4's goes up around the door opening (at left), which is cross braced with boards.
The completed home, made primarily of stacked lumber, for $5,000 and in less than two months.
PHOTO: ROBERT JONES
The ridge beam was raised one step at a time, between two tracks of vertical 2x4's, while the gable on the nearest end was constructed beneath.
Your own needs in housing will be different from Jones', so pay careful attention to exact standard building material sizes as you design your own home.