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This is a granny flat tiny house on a foundation in Australia. It’s called the Smithfield and it’s designed by 5 Star Granny Flats and built by 5 Star Builders.

It’s one of their 1-bedroom designs, but they also offer 2-bedroom, 3-bedroom, and even completely custom designs. What do you think of it?

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Granny flat cottage on a foundation in Australia… The perfect legal tiny home?

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This is to announce and invite you to represent the tiny house movement this June 1, 2019, at the National Mall near the U.S. Capitol alongside Zack Giffin of Tiny House Nation, Andrew Bennett of Core Housing Solutions, Ben Carson, secretary of the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (also known as HUD) secretary, and others where affordable housing seems to be a topic of concern.

The event is called the Innovative Housing Showcase and it is provided by the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD). If you are a builder, designer, engineer, or inventor, it may not be too late to get involved as an exhibitor. Here’s a link to the application. The exhibit takes place at the National Mall.

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Come represent the tiny house movement at the US Capital at the Innovative Housing Showcase (free to the public)

Innovative Housing Showcase via Hud-gov

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This is a tiny house movement timeline… A brief history of tiny homes. How far back does the tiny house movement go? Some could argue that tiny homes have been here since the dawn of man. And it’s true, isn’t it? But for the purposes of this article, I’d like to start by skipping to the year 1854 because that’s the year that Henry David Thoreau published his book, Walden, after living in a 150-square-foot tiny cabin near Walden Pond on Ralph Waldo Emerson’s woodland property.

Little did he know, that he may be largely responsible for having sparked the giant tiny house movement that we are witnessing today. So please join me on a journey back in time, to explore the tiny homes of yesterday and see how they have inspired the tiny and small homes of today. And who knows, maybe we can figure out what the tiny homes of the future will be like? Let’s go…

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1854 – Henry David Thoreau publishes Walden while living in a 150-square-foot tiny cabin.

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The first “Micro Home” is available for sale in Palm Springs, CA at the Palm Canyon Mobile Club.

About 100 new homes will are scheduled to fill a vintage mobile home park in this popular resort community, creating the first neighborhood of its kind in southern California. A one bedroom home has 600 square feet with modern features, including clerestory window, sliding doors, full sized appliances, a separate bathroom and bedroom, all on one level. A 2 bedroom plan is also available, at about 800 square feet.

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Related: Vintage Grace Tiny House Community in Yantis, Texas

A “Not Too” Tiny Home Community Coming to Palm Springs, CA

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This is the sleek and stylish Amsterdam 24 by Transcend Tiny Homes in Tennessee.

This home has a lot of great features, but by far the coolest is the HUGE closet area with plenty of hanging storage — it’s what we’ve all been waiting for! Besides that, you get a great kitchen, spacious loft bedroom and luxurious bathroom, as well as a comfy-looking living area.

Details below. Enjoy!

Related: Design Your Own Kootenay Model by TruForm Tiny Homes

Amsterdam 24 by Transcend Tiny Homes

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This is the 250 sq. ft. Appalachian Tiny House.

It’s a 26′ Tumbleweed Cypress model built by Tumbleweed.

Kristin and Evan are living in it with their cat and puppy.

You can follow them on Instagram at @AppalachianTiny.

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Appalachian Tiny House

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