These four couples have been friends for over 20 years and decided to invest in a plot of land to share. This mini-town in Texas is fairly self-sufficient and is a great way of keeping your friends close to home.
Since "tiny houses" have been all the rage lately, they decided to go down the same, affordable route.
They hired architect Matt Garcia to make their ambitious dreams come true, and he did an amazing job.
These tiny-house cabins were built for a mere $40k each.
Each 400-square-foot home boasts a cozy yet comfortable interior that can fit a queen size bed, pull-out couch for two, plenty of storage space, and a private bathroom.
Its sustainable design includes specialized insulation for all of the windows and a rainwater tank that can hold up to 5,000 gallons.
There's also a 1,500-square-foot shared space that includes a kitchen, dining area, and guest accommodations.
They call their little town Llano Exit Strategy and plan to live next to one another for the rest of their lives.
And at night...
The friends' houses light up together, side by side.