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Nicolette and Michael Tiny House-009

This is the story of Michael and Nicolette, the UC Berkeley College couple who built a 300-square-foot tiny house on wheels and are now living in it.

It took them 7 months, $27,000, lots of YouTube tutorials and several books before Nicolette and Michael finished it. With very little (hardly any) construction experience they still built their own home and escaped high rent. Now, Michael can finish his undergraduate studies at UC Berkeley University with fewer worries about money. And then it’s off to law school… And guess what? They can take their house with them!

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The story of how this college couple built their tiny house (to avoid high rent) and how they did it with literally no construction experience

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Tiny Shed Marble CO-001

This is a tiny cabin that’s for sale on 1.18 acres in Marble, Colorado. It’s really more of a camping cabin or a bunkhouse.

It’s on the backside of Aspen Snowmass in Marble, Colorado. Our buddy who is an incredible custom builder built this for us 5 years ago.

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Tiny cabin on 1.18 acres in Marble, Colorado for $89,900

Tiny Shed Marble COImages via Property of Aspen/Glenwood MLS

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Romantic Tiny House Rental with Lake Views in Queenstown, South Island

Located in Queenstown New Zealand this tiny house rental has lake and mountain views.

Breathtaking view, right?

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Lake View NZ Tiny House Vacation Rental Queenstown New Zealand

Romantic Tiny House Rental with Lake Views in Queenstown, South IslandImages via Glamping Hub
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Shannon and Tim Tiny House Interview 008

This is an interview with a Tiny House Nation couple: Tim and Shannon and their Minim Tiny House in Upstate New York. They were in the first season of Tiny House Nation (Episode 3).

Now they’ve lived in their tiny home for over four years, and they share some of their experiences with us in the interview below, including some of their regrets when it comes to their tiny house. I think you’ll really get a lot out of it. Enjoy!

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Interview with Tiny House Nation Couple

Shannon and Tim Tiny House Interview 001

Photos via Shannon and Tim

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Blue Heron Tiny House 019

This is the 28-foot Blue Heron tiny house from Blue Sky Tiny Homes. They are based out of Evansville, Indiana and offer a variety of models to choose from.

This Blue Heron tiny house features a shed-style roof and an open floor plan with 10-foot ceilings that help make it feel spacious inside. It also has plenty of built-in storage too. Please take the full tour below and let us know what you think in the comments.

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Luxurious 28-Foot Blue Heron Tiny House by Blue Sky Tiny Homes

Blue Heron Tiny House

Photos via Blue Sky Tiny Homes

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Magenta Tiny House 001

This is an $11k tiny house built in 3 months. It’s the 69-square-feet Magenta Tiny House by Joshua Woodsman of Pin-Up Houses.

It features a living area, kitchenette, dining nook, and a chemical toilet. It’s very small, lightweight, affordable to build, and easy to tow. What do you think? Please take the photo tour of this tiny house below, watch the video tour, and then let us know what you think about it in the comments.

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69-Square-Foot Magenta Tiny House Built for Only $9,900 in Just 3 Months

$11k Tiny House Built in 3 Months

Photos via Joshua Woodsman/Pin-Up Houses

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