This is a two bedroom tiny house on wheels. More specifically, it’s a two bed, two bath mobile home built like a cabin by Escape. The home is parked on lot number six at the Escape Tampa Bay Tiny House Village and features a large rear deck accessible via glass slider. The Escape Space CLASSIC shed pairs nicely with it as a guest house or office, doesn’t it?
Anyway, yes this big tiny house is available right now. I was able to go and tour it myself on May 20th, here are some of the photos I was able to get for you. More coming… Update: New video tour added! Also, if you’d like, please check availability and inquire to buy right here. Enjoy…
The truth is, they didn’t have tiny house parking figured out before they started building because they just started building their tiny house on family land and figured it would all work out.
And lucky for them, it worked out quite nicely! Once the word got out as to what they were doing, it came up that Zeena’s father-in-law goes to church with someone who has 5 acres of agricultural land. And that’s how they landed a deal to park their tiny home on wheels for $400 per month in a location that they absolutely love. So that’s how they did it, but it’s not always this easy! And while they don’t recommend it doing it this way (blind faith), they did come up with 6 questions to ask yourself before finding land for your tiny house that might be really helpful for you (see below).
Space includes fresh clean drinking water from onsite well. RV 30-amp electricity. A sewer line is ready to be connected to your tiny house that can accept both grey water and toilet waste. Room enough to accommodate up to a 8×24 tiny house and one vehicle. A 10×10 space for gardening is also included.
El Paso County will allow tiny houses in unincorporated areas, commissioners agreed unanimously on Tuesday.
They voted to amend the land use code to permit the miniature structures in agricultural zoning districts, on some residential lots and in recreational vehicle parks – wherever mobile homes are allowed, according to the county’s Planning and Community Development Department.
The changes also will let residents live in the homes permanently, which the code previously prohibited because it classified tiny houses as RVs.
Tiny houses are typically less than 400 square feet, and some are mounted on trailers. Fans of the miniature dwellings see them as a solution to rising housing prices that also reduces energy consumption and allows for a new brand of minimalist, mobile lifestyle.
El Paso County is one of the first local governments in Colorado to change its rules for tiny houses.1
By Ourtinycabinproject (Own work) [CC BY-SA 4.0 (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/4.0)], via Wikimedia Commons
The answer is, not really! The truth is that tiny houses on wheels and RV’s parked on residential properties are simply being tolerated while parked on residential property in Portland, Oregon for the time being.
In other words, they’re de-prioritizing code enforcement in these cases because changing the law is complicated (so this is a temporary solution for tiny dwellers in Portland). Please learn more, see what you may be able to do to help, and spread the word below. Thanks!
Will Other Cities Do The Same Thing and ‘Tolerate Tiny’?
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