Gregory Kloehn, of Red Hook, converts dumpster into living space

A man in Red Hook has converted a dumpster into a small living space with all of the comforts of home. Gregory Kloehn spent $4,000

Kloehn enjoys entertaining and always has guests over.

Kloehn enjoys entertaining and always has guests over. (8/15/13)

BROOKLYN - A man in Red Hook has converted a dumpster into a small living space with all of the comforts of home.

Gregory Kloehn spent $4,000 to fix the 6-by-6 space by himself, which includes a kitchen, sleeping area, shower and electricity. Kloehn enjoys entertaining and always has guests over.

Kloehn says he looks forward to moving his mobile dumpster home all over the country.

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