just about the only plan for the future that i currently have is to build my own tiny house. originally i was going to buy a 30ft yurt from an awesome company out of homer AK, but i think i've decided on building my own structure. i've been inspired by stories of people living below their means for years, and somewhat more recently the tiny house movement. it fits my lifestyle and needs.
i have about 20k in a separate savings. with the structure i plan to build, that will probably cover most of it, based on the cases i've seen and researched. as far as property, as of right now, it actually looks like i may be part of what you might call a small "settlement" or "village" on a single piece of property, and as far as i know, i won't have to take part in the price of the land, which would be.... amazing.
there's a building at the bottom of the run where eaglecrest does ski racing that is fairly ideal as far as what i'm thinking.. maybe even a little larger than i'd want. it's two stories tall with a one-side slanted roof, so the upper story is a loft. i'm trying to see if i can get details from eaglecrest as far as materials/costs and hopefully even the plans.
either way, i personally don't believe in large houses or having too many "things," and this is something i for sure want to do eventually, whether that's in a couple years or 10. we'll see where it goes, but i'm starting to form a real plan in my head, soon to go down on paper once i get more info and start figuring out costs and whatnot.
if i own my own home by the time i'm 30, i'll be ecstatic. the best part is that i haven't just jumped into the idea on a whim, and it's actually realistic, and i have a good foundation of moneyz to start the journey with.