I like knowing that small houses are gaining momentum in other parts of the world and this tiny house that has just been accepted into this eco-friendly and sustainable community in New Zealand proves that the demand for smaller homes is continuing to grow.
In this post, Bryce Langston and Melissa Nickerson take us on a journey to a place called EarthSong Eco-Neighbourhood in Auckland, New Zealand where this woman is living the simple life in her mortgage-free 121 square foot tiny house on wheels.
If you’ve ever asked yourself, “Where would I put a mobile micro-home if I did build or buy one?” this video is one way to answer that question.
As you’ll see below, this community is full of sustainably designed homes and micro homesteads with permaculture and farming in place.
And now it is home to one of New Zealand’s first trailer tiny homes with a seemingly wonderfully happy owner/dweller. The micro home was built using Tumbleweed’s plans.
Eco-Community Accepts It’s First Tiny House
Isn’t it great to see the idea catching on around the world?
I find it encouraging and hope to continue seeing it gain momentum.
This way we can begin seeing tiny living communities being developed and legal tiny living lots being offered in areas where they are desired by people like us.
Enjoy the rest of the photo tour and video tour of this home and the Eco-Community it’s in below:
Interior of this New Zealand Tiny Home
Storage and Closet Space
Video Tour: Tiny House on Wheels in New Zealand Eco Community
The house is 16.4′ x 7.38′ or approximately 121 sq. ft. of space without including the upstairs sleeping loft.
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