This is the story of how tiny house villages are being built for Seattle’s homeless by the Low Income Housing Institute and its volunteers and donors.
When they built the first tiny house, the first homeless person who got it cried (of joy) because it was the first time they’d been able to shut a door in years. Not only that but also the first time to be able to have a place to leave their belongings. And the freedom and lightness of not having to carry everything everywhere.
This is the story of a family of four living in a farmhouse-style tiny house with a playground built-in to their backyard!
This has to be the best family tiny house I’ve ever seen. Their kids must love it! And they (the parents) seem very happy as well. Be sure to watch the video below thanks to Living Big In A Tiny House.
These trailers are designed for tiny house construction. Check them out and request a quote if you’re interested. They also offer tiny house shells too! In these cases, you would only have to finish the inside of your tiny house.
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