It’s almost like a home is never really finished right? That’s probably because we’re always evolving and changing (and so is just about everything around us), so as everything changes, so do our needs, and therefore, so does our home! So anyway, here’s an update from Barbara and her micro cottage on wheels down in Florida (Okeechobee). Unfortunately, like many other tiny homeowners, Barbara ran into issues with parking when the RV park was sold, but she ultimately overcame the problem and found a new home in a nearby park.
This is the story of the Schons and their DIY tiny home. They’re a family of four who have been building their tiny house for the last two years and they recently moved into the Lake Dallas Tiny Home Community outside of Dallas, Texas.
The kids each have their own unique bedroom with personalized painted ceilings and decoupaged floors, which adds such an amazing touch. They homeschool and love the life that tiny living affords them.
The design is 11’4″ wide and 42’6″ in length which includes the 7’10” porch all of which is built on a park model trailer. The floor plan is simple and practical with everything you need available on the first level. I love this design because it includes a bedroom with closet space as well as bunk beds in the hallway. There’s an upstairs loft too. Take a look! What do you think?
This is The Hiatus: A Cottage Community in Bend, Oregon. According to Tongue & Groove, the model is open for viewing from 12-4 pm every Thursday – Saturday, the location listed below.
The development consists of 22-cottages on foundations. The community also includes 3 common areas for residents. Interested? The community is still under development but you can learn more and inquire below.
This is to let you know that the Solaire Tiny House is available to rent at Escalante Village, a tiny house community in Durango, Colorado.
Want to live here? Well, this SIP-built 28-ft tiny home on wheels may still be available. It’s listed for rent over at the community website as available. Please learn more below and let us know what you think in the comments.
This is the Indigo Tiny House that’s for rent at Escalante Village, a tiny house community in Durango, Colorado.
Want to live here? Well, this SIP-built 28-ft tiny home on wheels may still be available. It’s listed for rent over at the community website as available. You could also always inquire about living there in your own tiny house here, too. Please learn more below!
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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