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These Artists Built a Remote Cabin in West Virginia for $500 [VIDEO]

Check out this beautiful, remote cabin a young artistic couple built for close to nothing in West Virginia. 

Self-sufficiency is becoming more and more attractive to the younger generation. And who can blame them?

Escaping from urban areas to wide open spaces where you can watch the sunset through a wall of windows sounds pretty nice.

See what these artists made for $500.

Nick Olson and Lilah Horwitz are young, self-proclaimed artists who can make their own clothes and build things with their own two hands.

Their remote cabin was built with reclaimed wood from an abandoned bard nearby. Olsen’s family owned the property which also helped keep the cost down. The house itself has no plumbing or electricity and the front wall was built from reclaimed, collected windows.

After everything was built, this remote cabin cost the couple $500.

What a gorgeous off-the-grid getaway.

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These Artists Built a Remote Cabin in West Virginia for $500 [VIDEO]