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This is to let you know about the Tiny House Estates Community in Northern Indiana, specifically, San Pierre, Indiana.

It’s a 34-acre retreat by carpenter/artist Michael Anthony. The property includes common areas like hiking trails, fields with views, a river, woods, wild horses, and more!

There are several lots still available. Please enjoy, learn more, and re-share below. Thanks!

Tiny House Estates Community in San Pierre, Indiana

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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.

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During the discussions with El Paso County Commissioners on Tuesday the industry shared some interesting concepts for how these tiny homes are being clustered into highly efficient communities elsewhere and how they might play a role in addressing the need for more workforce housing in El Paso County.2

Video 1: Tiny Houses Regulation Discussion at BOCC

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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

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The NY Times just did a piece called Where Can You Park a Tiny Home?

It showcases several stories of tiny homeowners and where they ‘park’ their homes.

The article covers a big issue in the tiny house world that’s often overlooked… Lack of legal parking options for people who want to live in tiny homes on wheels.

NY Times Asks the Big Question! Where Can You Park a Tiny Home?

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This is to announce a tiny house community in Wimberley, Texas called Hummingbird Lane Tiny Home Community.

It’s a great opportunity if you’re looking for tiny house parking in the area. There are just four sites on 12 acres at the moment.

Please enjoy, learn more, and re-share below. Thanks!

Tiny House Community (Parking) in Wimberley, Texas

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One of the biggest mistakes I see people make when wanting to live in a tiny house is that they don’t secure a place to put it.

If you want a long-term, reliable, comfortable, secure home, the best way to get that is to own a home along with the property it sits on, right?

So let’s talk about these issues below, and then I want to know what your thoughts are in the comments below. Thanks!

The Importance of Land Ownership for Your Tiny Home

Photo via Pixabay

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