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This family of 5 was living in Pennsylvania when parents, Cassidy & Dawson, said they heard God tell them to move to Tennessee. At the time, they had no family there or any connection to the state. It just so happened that Dawson’s parents were also planning a move to Tennessee! They ended up finding their tiny house in Maine, driving it to Pennsylvania and then moving it another 12 hours down to their spot in TN.

Once they arrived, Dawson discovered he really enjoyed woodworking, and decided to make a business out of it. Now he sells hand-built sheds and chicken coops, built right outside their tiny house. The couple have three children together — Tabitha, Deborah and Peter. So cute!

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PA Family Bought ME Tiny House & Moved to TN!

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Jack’s ultimate goal is to have a fully off-grid and self-sustaining homestead, while living in his tiny house. And he has the tiny house part all finished! It took him three years and $22,000, but the result is an adorable THOW with a stand-up loft bedroom.

He has an instant hot water heater, deep farm sink, mini woodstove and a sleek shed-style roof which he felt had a modern look. His description of the beetle kill pine on the inside of his THOW is definitely worth watching the video tour below!

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His THOW on 3.5 Acres w/ Off-Grid Potential

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This tiny house vacation has five full stars on Airbnb: Proof of what a spectacular stay you could have. This “Birch-tastic” THOW features beautiful birch-tree wall art that really brings the outdoors, inside.

There’s a lovely kitchen area, a compact bathroom, and a spacious loft bedroom with yet more birch artwork. The setting, though, really makes this THOW stand apart. It sits in a field surrounded by lovely trees, with big-sky views.

Thoughts?

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Birch Art Tiny House on Wheels in New Hampshire

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Guillaume loves the sea and wanted a tiny house with hints of Nautical flair built for him by Baluchon in France. As always, their work is above reproach!

His 6 meter (~19.5 feet) tiny house feels amazingly spacious. You walk into the living space that has the all-too-awesome Cubic Mini Woodstove and a cushy-look couch. A storage staircase leads to the bedroom loft, and below is the kitchen complete with an oven and stovetop, and then the bathroom tucked behind that.

Enjoy the photo tour below. Could you live in this one?

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Tiny House “Martolod” w/ Red Cedar & Aluminum

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Images via Baluchon

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Build Tiny’s clever designs never fail to amaze me, and their Riverbank Tiny House is so exception. We see A LOT of tiny homes here, and they always seem to find innovative ways to cleverly include everything you could want from a tiny house.

You’ll have to watch the video to see how they managed to get a washer/dryer unit into this little house, and you’ll also find that there’s standing room in the bedroom loft, and office loft where you can comfortably sit up and work, and a kitchen that includes a dishwasher!

The pegboard wall in the living room means the new owner can mix up her shelving situation whenever she wants! Enjoy the tour below and tell us what you think in the comments.

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Pegboard Wall, Hidden Washer, Clothesline And More In This Clever Tiny House Build

The River Bank Tiny House Tour

Images via Build Tiny

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One benefit of being the lead carpenter at a tiny house company is learning all the tricks of the trade to then use to build you very own — affordable — tiny house on wheels!

Jacob worked for a few years at Rocky Mountain Tiny Houses in Colorado, and he used those skills to build himself not one, but TWO tiny homes. He sold his first one and used the money to help him create a second one, with a little more space and nicer amenities.

All in all, he spent $16,000 on his THOW, and he has it parked for about $500/month at a tiny community in Durango. You’ll love the video tour with Tiny Home Tours below.

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Jacob’s $16K DIY Tiny Home

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Images via Tiny Home Tours

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