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This is the story of how tiny house villages are being built for Seattle’s homeless by the Low Income Housing Institute and its volunteers and donors.

When they built the first tiny house, the first homeless person who got it cried (of joy) because it was the first time they’d been able to shut a door in years. Not only that but also the first time to be able to have a place to leave their belongings. And the freedom and lightness of not having to carry everything everywhere.

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Tiny House Villages Being Built To Help Seattle’s Homeless

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Did you know there’s now a tiny house vacation village in Matlacha, Florida?

It’s called the Matlacha Tiny Village and right now they have two tiny homes you can book for vacation.

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Matlacha Tiny Village in Southwest Florida

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This is the story of M.J. Boyle who built her first tiny house, then decided to keep going! And now you can take a tiny house vacation in her village! This story is brought to you by Tiny House Giant Journey.

M.J. Boyle built herself a Tiny House to free her finances and THEN decided to build three more to create her own Tiny House Village!1

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M.J. Boyle’s inspiring tiny house journey

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This is the 178 sq. ft. Atticus Tiny House at Mt. Hood Tiny House Village near Portland, Oregon.

It’s the Linden 20 model designed and built by Tumbleweed Houses. Now, you can vacation in it at Mt. Hood to try out tiny living!

The exterior is finished with cedar plank siding and black trim. Inside, you’ll find a living area, kitchen, bathroom, downstairs bedroom, an upstairs sleeping loft, and an additional storage loft.

The Atticus sleeps up to three people. Please enjoy, learn more, and re-share below. Thank you!

Atticus Tiny House at Mt. Hood Tiny House Village

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Images © Tumbleweed Houses & Mt. Hood Village

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This is the 233 sq. ft. Scarlett Tiny House at Mt. Hood Tiny House Village near Portland, Oregon.

It’s the Elm 20 model that’s designed and built by Tumbleweed Houses and now it’s available as a vacation rental.

The outside features cedar siding painted red with white trim. Inside, you’ll find a living area, kitchen, bathroom, downstairs bedroom, and two upstairs sleeping lofts.

The Scarlett tiny home sleeps up to 5. Please enjoy, learn more, and re-share below. Thank you!

Scarlett Tiny House at Mt. Hood Tiny House Village

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Images © Tumbleweed Houses & Mt. Hood Village

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This is the 196 square feet Zoe tiny home on wheels at the Mt. Hood tiny house village near Portland, Oregon.

It’s the Cypress 20 model that’s designed and built by Tumbleweed Houses and is available for you to try out tiny living.

The outside features cedar plank siding with blue paint and white trim. Inside, you’ll find a downstairs bedroom, kitchen, bathroom, living area, and an upstairs sleeping loft.

The Zoe tiny home sleeps up to three people. Please enjoy, learn more, and re-share below. Thank you!

Zoe Tiny House at Mt. Hood Tiny House Village

Zoe Cypress 20 Tiny House at Mt Hood Tiny House Village via TinyHouseTalk-com 001

Images © Tumbleweed Houses & Mt. Hood Village

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