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This is a 1968 30ft Airstream Sovereign that’s for sale sold in San Francisco, California.

It’s been completely renovated and sleeps up to four people comfortably. The Airstream offers approximately 220 sq. ft. of space inside and is available for $89,000 according to the listing on Tiny Home Builders (sold).

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220 Sq. Ft. Airstream Sovereign in San Francisco, California: Completely Renovated!

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If you are looking to take a creative tiny house vacation in the San Francisco Bay area I think you’re going to love this tiny treehouse cottage.

When you drive up to the property and park your car you’ll see there is a small cottage on the ground level and that’s where the kitchen and bathroom are located.

Take a short walk up and go up the stairs surrounded by lush greens and wild flowers to the charming tiny treehouse that’s 30 ft up in a 150 year old oak tree.

The owners originally built the treehouse 18 years ago for their children. Now they rent it out to guests using Airbnb.

From the deck you can enjoy the San Francisco Bay sunsets from the tree tops.

Tiny Treehouse Overlooking San Francisco Bay

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Images © Airbnb

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One of our readers, Kevin, just sent me an email. He’s looking for a place to park a tiny house in the future.

If you’re in the same situation read this article on how to find parking for your tiny house.

But here’s Kevin’s email if anyone out there is willing to work something out with him that’s mutually beneficial.

Do you know of any landowners within 90 minutes of San Francisco who are welcoming to tiny home dwellers?

Ecovillages? I’m looking at spending about half the year working in that region and would love to find a good place to build and live in a tiny house.

Thanks,

Kevin.

If you’re a landowner or know someone who is who might be willing to work something out with Kevin you can contact him at kevinablett [AT] gmail DOT com. Thank you!

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Guest Post by Maren Kate

You think your place is small? Try our tiny studio on for size!

We are two start up founders who have squeezed into a 250 square foot micro studio in the heart of San Francisco, California. But even though the quarters are close we still really enjoy our small place.

The reason people, like us, get shoehorned into tiny studios is because quality multiple bedroom apartments are very hard to find.

So as you wait for a 2 or 3 bedroom to become available, you crash in a studio for a temporary “quick fix”. That’s what happened with us – and nine months later we’re still here!

We found living in a small studio with a built in loft bed (so there is one bed below, one on top) saved us gobs on rent and acts almost like a college dorm – a nice place to sleep when it’s nighttime, but we rarely spend time in it during the day.

This forces us to spend more time at work, explore the city and socialize – we’ve also become utilitarians about what we “need” to live comfortably versus what we “want”.

I’d suggest everyone live in a tiny house or small studio at some point because it teaches you a lot about yourself and the person you live with, plus it’s a great lesson on why less is often more.

250 square foot Micro Studio in San Fransisco Entry Way

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This is Alchemy’s Sonoma weeHouse in Santa Rosa, California.

The 640 sq. ft. home was built for Apple’s Director of Store Design and was recently awarded the Honors Award by AIA MN.

Please enjoy, read more, and re-share below!

Alchemy’s Sonoma weeHouse in Santa Rosa, California

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This is a studio cabin vacation in the California Redwoods.

The location is near Silicon Valley and San Francisco. What do you think?

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Studio Cabin in the Redwoods

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Images: Airbnb

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