Noble millennials Mollie and Sean Busby wanted to pioneer a more sustainable lifestyle, so they decided to go off-the-grid and live in a yurt. The couple’s Whitefish, Montana abode boasts 700 square feet of space on the ground floor, 300 additional square feet in a loft, and features a lovely half-moon shaped kitchen countertop and homey-looking hearth. The Busbies are convinced, nay determined, that they will be able to raise a family in their current living situation.
Contrast that, if you will, with this 265-square-foot condo in San Francisco that just sold for $415,000 (39 percent over its asking price) because it contained a kitchenette and a Murphy bed.
The Busby family yurt seems kind of like a regular house, but circle-shaped…