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This is the story of Northern California’s Delta Bay Tiny House Community.

In the video by Kirsten Dirksen on YouTube, you’ll get to meet four tiny house residents and tour their tiny homes. You’ll also get to learn more about the community. Enjoy!

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NorCal’s Legal Tiny House Community – Delta Bay

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Images via Kirsten Dirksen/YouTube

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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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This is LuxTiny. It’s a Tiny House Community in Lakeside, Arizona.

Currently, the community consists of 37 spaces on 6 acres with the average lot size around 3500 sq. ft. You can even have them help you design and build your tiny house or park model. Lot leases range from $329-$379/month, according to their website.

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LuxTiny Tiny House Community in Arizona

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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.

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Tiny House Villages Being Built To Help Seattle’s Homeless

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This is the story of Northern California’s legal tiny house community called Park Delta bay in Isleton, California.

It’s an RV park that is home to more than 12 tiny homes! And they are all different. Rent and utilities are around $750 a month, but space is limited. And of course, that doesn’t include the cost of your tiny home. In this location, you are two hours from San Francisco.

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NoCal’s LEGAL Tiny House Community

Northern Californias Legal Tiny House Community 2 Hours from San Francisco

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This is the story of a tiny house community for veterans in Phoenix that was opened in late 2018 to benefit working homeless veterans.

The project is called The Village on 13th and it’s being developed thanks to the efforts of Build Us Hope, an Arizona non-profit.

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Tiny house community in Phoenix to benefit homeless veterans

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