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This is the story of Northern California’s legal tiny house community called Park Delta bay in Isleton, California.

It’s an RV park that is home to more than 12 tiny homes! And they are all different. Rent and utilities are around $750 a month, but space is limited. And of course, that doesn’t include the cost of your tiny home. In this location, you are two hours from San Francisco.

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NoCal’s LEGAL Tiny House Community

Northern Californias Legal Tiny House Community 2 Hours from San Francisco

Screenshot via ABC 7 News

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This is the story of a tiny house community for veterans in Phoenix that was opened in late 2018 to benefit working homeless veterans.

The project is called The Village on 13th and it’s being developed thanks to the efforts of Build Us Hope, an Arizona non-profit.

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Tiny house community in Phoenix to benefit homeless veterans

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This is a super exciting two-fold announcement!

First, we want to tell you about the Cedar Springs Tiny Village in Ohio that’s opening this summer. Second, we want to invite you to purchase tickets for “The Big Tiny Bash” which is the grand opening for the tiny house community on August 5.

Located on a lake in New Paris, Ohio (1.5 hours from Cincinnati, Columbus, and Indianapolis, and only 40 minutes from Dayton), the village will have 30 lots available to customers of Modern Tiny Living, a tiny house building company.

The company’s builds are gorgeous (did you see the Kokosing?), so if you are looking for both a great tiny house AND a place to park, consider attending the grand opening event. More details available below the pictures.

Enjoy!

Related: Mohican Tiny House by Modern Tiny Living

Cedar Springs Tiny Village: The Big Tiny Bash, OH

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If you’re looking for a quaint seasonal Georgia cottage, then this might be the one for you!

Nancy is selling this 420 sq. ft. tiny house that sits in an idyllic community:

Tiny House Community in Hiawassee, GA. The beautiful mountains, lakes & golf courses of North Georgia. A 420′ tiny house built over a stationary RV completely updated with: new bathroom with high end toilet, sink & shower, country wood kitchen, one bedroom w/queen, front & back wooden & screened porches, enclosed new deck to contain dogs, new designer shades & blinds, double pane sliding glass doors & high-end outside doors. Furnishings available for sale to include: flat-screen mounted smart TV, cool furniture, completely equipped kitchen, new refrigerator & appliances, new wood laminate floors. $18,000 for unit, Lot rental $1300/yr seasonal from April to November. Interesting activities of music, golf, vineyards and social events within the park.

Call her with questions or to purchase: 941.650.4719.

Quaint Seasonal Georgia Cottage To Purchase

Images via Nancy Miller

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This is the Vintage Grace Tiny House Community in Yantis, Texas!

They have multiple sites available for park model homes that you can lease for anywhere from $325 to $390 per month. The beautiful lake-side location looks like a tiny piece of heaven! Get all the details from their FAQ page.

Related: Tiny Homes Estates Tiny House Community in Tennessee

Vintage Grace Tiny House Community in Yantis, Texas

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Here’s another awesome tiny house community, called Caballos De Las Estrellas, in Rodeo, New Mexico.

The community includes both plots to lease, and those to own. It sits on 1,000 beautiful acres with a mild climate, clear air and the community has a focus on sustainability. There’s a whole host of community amenities available for both renters and owners!

As always, we recommend visiting first and seeing if you could call this place “home.”

NM Tiny House-Friendly Community, Caballos De Las Estrellas

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