Turn outside "makeshift shack" into an actual art room/extra bedroom?
Previous owner built a makeshift shack with whatever material he had. It's on the ground (bad thing with Florida rains). He did put a counter & sink in it along with cupboards that are nice, but I am disabled and painting and getting away from everyone for awhile is my only joy. I know it's plumbed and there is electricity, but I'm not sure if it just needs to be torn down and totally redone (lifting it up off the ground) and if so, what do I do about the electrical and water. What want is an air conditioned room with bathroom that can be my art room but also double as a bedroom when one of my grown children come over. We live in a 60+ year old mobile home with a leaking roof, 2 bedrooms, uneven floor from (again) the previous owner's build on. The only reason we got it was because of my disability, it's in a rural area, very peaceful, which I need because honestly, I don't know how much time I have left; I've almost died about 7 times, but I hate it, everything about it yet don't have the funds to fix any of it. We have tape on the ceilings. Surprisingly, the outside "shack" doesn't leak, altho it does get water in it thru the door and bottom of shack when it rains. I'm just at a loss right now and don't know which direction to go in. I originally intended to put in hedges, plant flowers, make it look as pretty as I could, which wouldn't be easy, but then I started having more medical problems when we moved here so I can't even get out and do that, which is a shame cuz there's a lot of space in and around the mobile home. I have gotten a makeshift ramp so that I can get up to the front door as stairs are very difficult fore me. Any advice would be so greatly appreciated.