This is an announcement for the hands-on tiny house workshop in Nashville, Tennessee by Dan Louche of Tiny Home Builders.
The workshop is happening on October 16-17, 2021 in Nashville’s Honky Tonk Brewing Co. Space is limited and you can register for your spot here using our affiliate link for a discount if you register before September 20.
If you’ve been wanting an affordable tiny house you’re at the right place right now because Dan Louche of Tiny Home Builders has created 160 sq. ft. tiny house plans just for that.
With these plans you can complete an 8’x20′ tiny home on wheels of your own for about $10k as long as you build it yourself. Not bad, right?
Well it gets even better because for a limited time Dan is giving away 100% of the proceeds from the sale of the plans to I Care Atlanta charity which helps end homelessness in the area.
And if that’s not good enough, it gets even better… You can pick your own price on the plans. Pay what you feel is right and what you can afford right now. Please enjoy and re-share below. And thanks for what you’re doing, Dan.
Update: Dan’s promotion is over. As far as I know, proceeds no longer go to charity and you cannot pick your own price on the plans. Sorry.
Build Your Tiny House for $10k: Affordable Tiny House Plans
You probably already know Dan Louche who’s designed and built several tiny houses by now. If you’re not too fond of ladders and lofts, I think you’ll appreciate this one. Update: Sold.
Today I’m showing you his latest. It’s a 160 sq. ft. studio tiny house and it’s available for sale right now as I write this.
It’s 20′ long and approximately 8’6″ wide. Inside you’ll find a full kitchen, pull out mattress, full bathroom, and more.
If you’ve been looking for a ready to move into tiny home that you can live in full time, this might be it. Either way, I’d love to read your thoughts on it in the comments below and whether or not you’d live simply in this model full time (I would).
It might be the number one comment here at tiny house talk: “I want a small space, but I don’t want a loft. I’m looking for a single story design.”
Friend of Tiny House Talk and designer Dan Louche has created a fantastic tiny house without a loft and it is available on his website. Alex has spoken to Dan about the tiny house he built for his mother, which is the same design. I wanted to ask him a few additional questions about designing and building a single story home on wheels.
What was your reason for designing a single story tiny house?
The first house I ever built was our single story Tiny Retirement model(affiliate). It was for my mom. She had been living in a mobile home that had started to deteriorate and so she needed to move. I loved many of the tiny houses that were available but I knew a loft wouldn’t be an option for my mom. So I worked out a design without one that could still accommodate her lifestyle.
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