For me, tiny homes come in all shapes and sizes.
And for me to be able to call a house tiny doesn’t require it to be a particular square footage.
If you’re with me, high five!
And depending who I’m talking to, I may call it a tiny house or I may call it a small house.
All I really look for is that it’s relatively small, makes good use of space, and is designed in a somewhat unique fashion.
In other words… No wasted space, no cookie cutter design, and as much common sense as possible.
That’s why I’m excited to share this former chapel that was saved from destruction and rehabbed into a beautiful humble home.
Unfortunately I can’t tell you the exact square footage inside but I do know that it has two bedrooms, one living room, one bathroom, and a small kitchen.
Since it’s two stories it has a very small footprint. I imagine it to be 850 square feet or even less.
Might not seem very tiny after looking at 170 sq. ft. tiny houses earlier…
But if you consider that a family could live in something like this, it really is tiny.
If a family of four shared 900 sq. ft. that equates to just 225 sq. ft. per person. That’s a really small footprint per person. Tiny, even!
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