- Building a village to live in may be a cool idea, a family of four has suggested
- The family built a village on a 21-acre piece of land
- Three houses were built - two for the children and the other one for the parents
- Instead of getting a big house, the family decided to downsize and live more environmentally sustainable
A family of four got tired of living in a boring apartment and decided to build their own village on a 21-acre piece of land in Kentucky on which three houses were built.
The couple identified as Keli and Ryan Brinks used to live in Michigan with their two children, 18-year-old daughter and 16-year-old son, India Times reports.
Legit.ng gathers that all of this changed about five years ago when Keli decided that she wanted to leave. She and her husband searched for land in Kentucky where they built their village.
Eighteen-year-old Lennox lives in one of the houses, her younger brother lives in another and their parents occupy the third one.
Lennox said: "About five years ago, my mom decided that she wanted to leave Michigan so we searched for the land down here in Kentucky. Here she decided, instead of getting a big house, that we should downsize and try to live more environmentally sustainable."
In other news, ace producer and actor Tyler Perry was set to build a compound for homeless women and displaced youths in his N90 billion film studio.
Recall that Perry launched the massive film studio located in Atlanta, GA, USA, making him the owner of the first-black owned multifaceted film studio in America.
Meanwhile, Legit.ng previously reported that a couple identified as Paul and Yulia Tarbath said they earn a six-figure salary while travelling around the world after selling their £650,000 (N306,495,930) home and cars and embarked on a 10-year backpacking holiday across 31 countries.
The couple said they were tired of their jobs in telecoms and the civil service and decided to leave the United Kingdom.
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