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The first “Micro Home” is available for sale in Palm Springs, CA at the Palm Canyon Mobile Club.

About 100 new homes will are scheduled to fill a vintage mobile home park in this popular resort community, creating the first neighborhood of its kind in southern California. A one bedroom home has 600 square feet with modern features, including clerestory window, sliding doors, full sized appliances, a separate bathroom and bedroom, all on one level. A 2 bedroom plan is also available, at about 800 square feet.

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Related: Vintage Grace Tiny House Community in Yantis, Texas


A “Not Too” Tiny Home Community Coming to Palm Springs, CA

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This is the sleek and stylish Amsterdam 24 by Transcend Tiny Homes in Tennessee. The builder just reduced the price to $60,000 in preparation for their Manhattan 34 build.

They’d love to sell the Amsterdam 24 before beginning construction, so fill out the contact form below if you are interested in the home!

This home has a lot of great features, but by far the coolest is the HUGE closet area with plenty of hanging storage — it’s what we’ve all been waiting for! Besides that, you get a great kitchen, spacious loft bedroom and luxurious bathroom, as well as a comfy-looking living area.

Details below. Enjoy!

Related: Design Your Own Kootenay Model by TruForm Tiny Homes

Amsterdam 24 by Transcend Tiny Homes

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This is the 250 sq. ft. Appalachian Tiny House.


It’s a 26′ Tumbleweed Cypress model built by Tumbleweed.

Kristin and Evan are living in it with their cat and puppy.

You can follow them on Instagram at @AppalachianTiny.

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Appalachian Tiny House

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This is a tiny house movement montage for tiny house enthusiasts and builders by Jamaica Cottage Shop, a small company that specializes in building sheds and tiny homes for its customers.

You’ll get to hear stories about a single mom and her daughter, an environmentalist, an entrepreneur (founder of Jamaica Cottage Shop), and others about why and how they’re living small.

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Living Large in the Tiny House Movement

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Images © Jamaica Cottage Shop via YouTube

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From Friday, November 6th to Sunday, November 8th, is Portland’s Big Tiny House weekend because small home designers and fans from all over will be gathering in Portland, Oregon for a number of different events.

Here’s a rundown of what’s happening, so you can plan accordingly!

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PAD’s Tiny House Basics Workshop – Saturday and Sunday, November 7-8th, 2015

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Dee Williams at a PAD Tiny House Workshop. Photo: Chris Tack

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According to this article by Heather Cha at Yahoo Makers, Brad Pitt’s Make It Right Foundation is partnering with FYI’s Tiny House Nation to build their first tiny house in New Orleans.

Brad Pitt founded the Make It Right Foundation in 2007 with the purpose of providing affordable housing for people and communities in need. This particular tiny home project is set to sell for under $100,000. It measures 28-by-12.5 feet and offers about 430 sq. ft. of interior space.

The team is working hard to finish the tiny home by August 28th and a local school teacher will be moving into it. What do you think of the Make It Right foundation building tiny in New Orleans? Pretty cool, right? Either way please enjoy, learn more, and re-share below. Thank you!

Brad Pitt Bringing Tiny Homes to New Orleans?

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This tiny house is designed and built by Wohnwagon in Austria near Vienna.

The exterior of this tiny home is beautiful, isn’t it? Once you go inside through the modern french doors you’ll find an open layout with a table, multi-functional sofa bed, built in storage, shelves, kitchenette, and a bathroom. All of this in a one level floor plan. That means no sleeping loft, no ladders, and no staircases.

How do you like this tiny house design? Do you think you can live tiny in it? Let us know why or why not in the comments and either way, please enjoy, learn more, and re-share below. Thank you!

Wohnwagon Tiny House in Austria

Wohnwagon Tiny House in Austria

Images © Wohnwagon.at

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