M was one of the first 5 long-term tiny homes that rolled into Acony Bell Tiny Home Community in North Carolina. Her lot abuts two winding creeks on the 56 acres in the community and features not only her professionally-built THOW but her pottery studio as well.
She’s a professional artist and sells her pottery and teaches classes onsite. The walls of her THOW are covered in meaningful art she’s purchased, been given, or created herself. She chose a design without a loft and has no regrets on that front.
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Living Tiny With Her Adjacent Pottery Studio
Looking for a lovely place to live in your tiny house — legally? The Acony Bell Tiny Home Community sits on a gorgeous 56 acres of land and is entering its second phase of development to provide even more spots for tiny home dwellers.
The community accepts tiny homes and park models under 400 square feet and 40 feet long, and encourage builds from local businesses. It has both long-term rental sites, and short-term Airbnb sites, which are separated. Lot rent for long-term rentals includes water, sewer, garbage, recycling, and common area maintenance. While rent varies by spot, it’s around $550/month.
Communal amenities include community gardens, edible landscapes, walking paths, a mountain bike trail, stocked fire rings, and a Community Center. You’ll be living among people who also want a minimalist lifestyle! Tours are given Saturdays from 9-12 by appointment, but you can see some pictures of the space below.
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Acony Bell Tiny Home Community in North Carolina