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With the help of her brother, Holly built her daughter, Tilly, a tiny home to act as her college dorm! The pandemic made Holly and Tilly realize how little of their huge home they actually used, and Tilly had a lot of anxiety about what her future was going to look like.

That’s when they came up with a plan: Sell the big house, purchase Indigo River Tiny House plans, DIY their own awesome build, move to Colorado (where Tilly wants to go to college) and get the benefits of in-state tuition when the time comes!

Tilly gets the home as long as she needs it, providing that once she has a post-college career that she pays back her mom for the build so her mom has some retirement funds. In the meantime, Holly and her partner purchased an RV and they plan to travel the US while working remotely.

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They Built This THOW from Indigo River Plans!

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Here’s another awesome 28-foot tiny house built by Liberation Tiny Homes in Pennsylvania which they call the Strasburg. It starts at $91,000 and can be built as an 8.5 or 10-foot wide home.

The best part? It has a dedicated downstairs bedroom so you don’t have to climb up to the loft to sleep! There’s a large galley kitchen with plenty of counterspace and a compact bathroom with a shower and toilet.

Enjoy the photo tour below.

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Sleep Downstairs in this Liberation Tiny Home!

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Built as a vacation property that sits at Combe Rossignol in France, this Baluchon build features the same excellent craftsmanship we’ve seen from so many other builds from this company.

It has tons of windows that let in plenty of light and allow you to really enjoy the beauty of the outdoors. There’s a convertible sofa that doubles as a second bed, while the main bedroom is in the loft.

The kitchen is compact since there’s food available on site, and the bathroom covers all the bases!

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20 Foot Tiny House Built w/ Vacation in Mind

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Images via Baluchon

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One benefit of being the lead carpenter at a tiny house company is learning all the tricks of the trade to then use to build you very own — affordable — tiny house on wheels!

Jacob worked for a few years at Rocky Mountain Tiny Houses in Colorado, and he used those skills to build himself not one, but TWO tiny homes. He sold his first one and used the money to help him create a second one, with a little more space and nicer amenities.

All in all, he spent $16,000 on his THOW, and he has it parked for about $500/month at a tiny community in Durango. You’ll love the video tour with Tiny Home Tours below.

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Jacob’s $16K DIY Tiny Home

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Images via Tiny Home Tours

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Here’s a sweet little home for sale in Sharon, Massachusetts. It’s 23 feet long and the standard 8.5 feet wide and features two bedroom lofts with dormers looking out the front.

The exterior of the home is beautiful board and batten with a metal roof, and then interior is also all wood. Just wait until you see the lovely craftsman cabinets.

It’s for sale on Facebook Marketplace for $39,999.

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Massachusetts Board & Batten THOW for Sale

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This family loved camping, but rain tended to wash out their vacations. That’s when they got the idea to purchase a tiny house and lease land as a permanent vacation location. They bought their house of Wind River Tiny Homes.

It’s a truly gorgeous tiny house inside, with tons of complementing wood tones and copper accents that make it feel warm and cozy. The sound of the rain on the tin roof is especially soothing. There’s a loft for the three kids, and then the parents have their own secluded loft as well.

Wait until you see the amazing shower stall! Check out the video below.

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Family of 5’s Awesome Wind River Tiny Home

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Images via Tiny Home Tours

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