This couple had more than $100,000 in student loan debt and being able to purchase a home was a far-off dream, but going tiny allowed them to have their own space at an affordable price. They had the THOW professionally built, and they live in the Acony Bell Tiny House Community in North Carolina.
Their tiny house features a home office for Jack’s full-time job, a full bathroom, and a gooseneck bedroom with eight feet of headroom to make it comfortable. Adorably, they call it the “Wee Hive.” Enjoy the tour below.
Despite having a successful career, Brenda found herself homeless some years ago while trying to take care of her aging mother. A tiny house was a perfect solution to her predicament — until it wasn’t. Not long after buying her first THOW, it crashed on its way to Oregon and was largely demolished.
But Brenda got back up! She salvaged what she could, and ended up with a larger tiny home that makes sense for her “not minimalist” lifestyle. Now she’s been living at the Tiny Tranquility tiny house community for three years, and she loves her life and little home.
We have some great news about a new tiny house community set to open this fall on the Coosa River. The Seven Lilly Luxury Lots Minimal Lifestyle Living will welcome both tiny homes and RVs in a beautiful natural setting for a very affordable price.
The annual lot leases will start at $200 monthly (water included), and there will be 50amp power at each site (each lot responsible to activate power with Power Company).
Power and water should be in by November 2020, but you may want to call Shana at 256-493-2376 to discuss securing a spot. It looks like it’ll be a great community (but make sure to never send money unless it’s all checked out!).
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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