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Incredible Tiny House Community in Tennessee

This is the Incredible Community Tiny House Community in Newport, Tennessee by Incredible Tiny Homes.

It’s a slow and steady process, but more and more, we continue to see tiny house communities like this being developed. Which is great because that means we actually get to have more opportunities to live in tiny houses legally and in peace. So here’s another one to add to your radar and maybe consider. And they can build your tiny house too because they’re builders. Also worth noting, they offer 9-foot and 10-foot wide builds too.

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Incredible Tiny House Community in Newport, Tennessee


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The Prairie Community (Larger Lots with Lots of Sun – Great for Off-Grid/Solar)


The Beach Community (Smaller Lots)


The Forest Community (Larger Wooded Lots)


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  • 34-acre property
  • Newport, Tennessee
  • Three tiny house communities within the 34-acre property
  • (1) The Forest Community – 60 x 60 lots (larger tiny homes welcome)
  • (2) The Beach Community – 30 x 30 lots (16ft – 20ft homes)
  • (3) The Prairie Community – 60 x 60 lots (wide-open skies, great for solar)

To start any of these communities we need 30 people to enter into a 3-year lease with a $6,000 deposit. In exchange, you’ll receive a maintained lot for your tiny home complete with water and sewer hookups. The first two years of your lease are rent-free, and the third year will only cost $200 per month. Utilities will be set up in your name so you only pay for what you use. We expect to finish construction on a community 6 months after everyone’s signed up, but we can build communities simultaneously as long as we have 30 contracts per community.

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=> http://www.incredibletinyhomes.com/incredible-community/

Related: Go See This Community At The 3rd Annual Incredible Tiny Homes Fall Jam

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  • Avatar Sharon Buchman
    September 27, 2019, 3:06 pm


    I’m a 58 y.o. retiree from NYC. Interested in 3 things at the moment.

    1. To attend Tiny House festival Nov. 15-17 in Florida.
    2. Long term – To live in a Tiny House community in Florida / Washington state
    3. 1 story – perhaps a yurt well insulated for WA.

    Can you be of assistance?
    Thank you.

  • Avatar Fred
    September 27, 2019, 3:23 pm

    Still don’t understand how they can make that work, being rent free for 2 years, but what happens after the 3rd year?
    Does the rent increase?
    Do we know by how much?

    • Avatar Fred
      September 27, 2019, 3:26 pm

      NEVER MIND!…I missed the part where its a LEASE that you buy into.
      Ok, all makes sense now.

  • Avatar Michael L
    September 28, 2019, 12:52 am

    I’m so glad you made it. God bless! I’d love to come down and see this new village. My dream is to have a tiny home. I so get it what it’s like to loose everything!

  • Avatar Michele Bellon
    September 28, 2019, 3:21 am

    This looks good. So the $6000 is a deposit on what? Or is it non refundable and pays for the first two years?

    • Avatar James D.
      September 29, 2019, 1:54 am

      Basically, ITH had the property but not the money needed to turn it into a community. So they opted for a community funded solution, where people who wanted the community invested the money to fund the development and then ITH pays them back…

      So it basically works like an up front payment on a 2 year lease… Aside from utilities, no additional payments until the third year when the lease expires and it switches to a monthly rent fee from then on… So the deposit gives them exclusive use of the lot for 2 years and that timeline starts when they put their home on the lot and start using it… While ITH gets the funds to develop the community…

      All of the money is going into the community development. So it’s locked in once that’s done but if someone wants out before the end of the 2 years, then they just need someone else to take the lot and put in the deposit that would then be used to refund the other person… They’ve done similar for some of their clients who either cancelled their order at the last minute and they had to sell the home to give them their refund or clients who ran into situation where they could not use the home and they helped them out by selling the home for them…

      It’s a small company with limited resources but they do what they can to make sure their customers are happy…

      • Avatar john vonburg
        February 4, 2020, 12:42 am

        It is Now, February 2020. Randy Jones had the money over 1 year ago. And the Community still is not built. I think he is over his head. He was using the deposits to fund projects at the factory instead. Like Build Offices. Build Bunk Rooms and Bathrooms. And another 100feet x 60 feet of factory. While the “Forest” sits there. Thats the Community that has about 60 People. Phase 1 and 2. Started Phase 2, and Phase 1 never completed. Smell Test? Not smell good. Promised to be moved in by June 2019, then July 4th. Then by the October Jam. Then Thanksgiving. Then no doubt, a great Christmas. Here in February, just more excuses. Time someone called a lawyer to get things moving.

  • Avatar Reyne Tallents
    September 28, 2019, 7:43 pm

    The $6,000 up front pays for the Infrastructure (electric water/sewer, and roads) to be put in. The two years with no rent is a partial payback of that payment, the rest being like a very low rent paid in advance.

  • Avatar Terri phillips
    September 28, 2019, 9:52 pm

    I like to know more

  • Avatar Margie
    September 29, 2019, 2:24 am

    Maybe interested
    Love concept
    Could be solution to homelessness in world and getting away from dependency on natural resources as well as innovation in energy and water collection/purification technology. Great minds… great things.

  • Avatar Christi Smith
    September 29, 2019, 9:14 am

    This is a wonderful idea! The perfect way to fund the development of the communities! I am so interested in this and will get in touch with you when I have the deposit saved up.

  • Avatar Yvonne Hall
    September 29, 2019, 8:12 pm

    Please give me more information. Is this a rental or buy?

    • Avatar James D.
      October 1, 2019, 4:39 am

      Rental, with either buy or bring your own home, you can follow their youtube page, website and facebook page for more info and almost daily updates.

  • Avatar David houser
    October 1, 2019, 7:06 pm

    What is the amount of property that the 30 homes are placed upon? Do you currently have a list of residence where you are collecting for commitment of the $6000? If so, exactly where? Thank you

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