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This is a real estate listing in Tahuya, Washington with two off-grid tiny cabins on the 1.61-acre property.

Two Off-the-Grid Guest Cabins. 3/4 bath and sleeping area with free standing wood stove that would keep you toasty.1

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Property with TWO off-grid tiny cabins on 1.61 acres

Two off-grid tiny cabins on one property in Tahuya via Zillow 001

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This is the story of how tiny homes made a big impact at the recent Innovative Housing Showcase event in Washington, D.C. which showcased several affordable housing options. And also, how our government may be opening up to legalizing tiny.

Alexis and Christian, of Tiny House Expedition, even got the attention of Ben Carson, head of housing and development for the United States. Mr. Carson mentioned how we are being hampered by regulatory barriers. Again, this is coming from the United States Secretary of Housing and Urban Development (HUD)! THAT’S encouraging. Maybe we will see significant forward progress for tiny homes in the very near future. So, wanna see what the event was like? Let’s go…

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How tiny houses made a big impact at the Washington DC Innovative Housing Showcase event (2019)

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This is the story of Carl and Maddie’s converted ambulance. Yes, they bought a retired ambulance and turned it into their traveling home.

The great part is, they really didn’t have to modify the vehicle all that much and it already provides loads of storage. Have you ever thought of buying an ambulance to convert into a motorhome? Seems like a pretty cool idea to me, especially if you sort of fear the ‘conversion’ part, since an ambulance can oftentimes work as-is. What do you think?

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Carl and Maddie’s ambulance tiny home

Couple turn old ambulance into their traveling tiny home via FLORB

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This is the story of a tiny house community for veterans in Phoenix that was opened in late 2018 to benefit working homeless veterans.

The project is called The Village on 13th and it’s being developed thanks to the efforts of Build Us Hope, an Arizona non-profit.

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Tiny house community in Phoenix to benefit homeless veterans

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This is the Boxcar Tiny House on Wheels in cedar. It’s built by Timbercraft Tiny Homes on a gooseneck/fifth wheel trailer with triple-axles.

One of the first things you might notice is the custom wood front door, it’s beautiful.

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The Boxcar Tiny House on Wheels by Timbercraft Tiny Homes

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This is Bryce Langston’s tiny home in New Zealand. If you’re a fan of Bryce and his hit YouTube series, Living Big in a Tiny House, you’ve probably been waiting years for this. And the moment is finally here, hehe.

Yup, this project started almost five years ago. Can you believe it? It’s a reminder of just how long it could take to plan and build your perfect tiny house, isn’t it? A tiny house is still a very big project. With only 160-square-feet to work with, you can see why Bryce took his time to get everything right. And yes, this little house on wheels was built to travel.

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Bryce’s magnificent 160-square-foot tiny home on wheels

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