It’s exciting to show you this classic 480 sq. ft. tiny cottage in Nashville, TN that’s available right now as a vacation rental.
I know, I know. This isn’t exactly the usual tiny house that we see built right onto a trailer but a structure like this still offers the simple life, doesn’t it? So if you’re seriously considering downsizing, going tiny, or you’re just not sure yet, one of the best ways to figure that out is to invest your next vacation time in a tiny house or a small house like this one.
Try tiny then try small if you have to! And even if you’re curious as to what it might be like to live in an RV or a houseboat, for instance, you can find a way to take an RV or houseboat vacation too. This way you don’t waste your time/money investing big bucks and lots of labor into something that wasn’t going to work out for you in the first place. Makes sense, right? So if you want to explore more tiny and small house vacations be sure to explore this category. But before you move on to that please enjoy and re-share this wonderful little cottage in Nashville below. Thank you!
Tiny houses aren’t just for people who want to live in 150 square feet because they can be used as creatively as anyone can imagine. This young family decided they would hire the help of Tennessee Tiny Homes (aka Tiny Happy Homes) to build Music City’s tiny house, invite people like you and me to try on tiny while in Nashville, and meanwhile they even get to supplement their income from home. That’s just down right awesome, isn’t it?
Living simply doesn’t always mean you have to move into a tiny house either. Or move at all for that matter. It’s really just about figuring out what you want more of and what you want less of. This story is an example of just that. You don’t have to move into a micro home to simplify. But you probably do have some ‘life editing’ to do, right? We all do.
Anyway- what I really wanted to do in this post is simply show you Music City’s 200 sq. ft. tiny house that you can vacation in thanks to John and Sarah Murphy who are both in the hospitality industry.
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