Michele and Sue have always loved tiny homes, but they weren’t quite sure how to make one work. They had been living in Panama during the lockdowns of 2020, and soon realized they would like to be Stateside again. After some late-night YouTube-ing, Sue came across Tiny Tranquility and knew it was the perfect fit for them.
That’s when they started designing their perfect tiny home with a builder. They chose a floor plan with a large bathroom, a spacious kitchen, and a downstairs bedroom. A Murphy bed allows them to use the bedroom as an office space when necessary. What do you think?
Harrison and Brittany are a LEGO-loving couple who downsized drastically (minus the LEGO sets) to buy their first home – a 39 ft. gooseneck from Timbercraft Tiny Houses. They have a lovely spot at Tiny Tranquility in Oregon where they have a community of fellow tiny dwellers to help them in their journey.
The living room and kitchen of their THOW have cathedral ceilings that help keep the place feeling extra open and spacious. Their bathroom houses a washer/dryer unit and a fancy self-cleaning litter box, and their bedroom in the gooseneck has plenty of room to stand and walk around. Enjoy the tour!
This is the Sea Foam Gooseneck Tiny House located on the Oregon coast of Waldport over at Tiny Tranquility.
The tiny house features a bedroom over the gooseneck area of the trailer which is only three steps up, there’s also a full kitchen, bathroom, and living area with a sofa that turns into an additional sleeping space.
This tiny house at Tranquility Park on lot #30 is for sale with the option to keep it there! It’s a 30-ft. tiny house built in 2018 with 255 square feet of space inside located in Waldport, Oregon. The asking price is $125,000 for the tiny house and the lot rental is $700 per month. What do you think?
The current wait list for Tiny Tranquility Park is approximately 5 years out. However, since this tiny house is already located in the park, the Buyer has the option to keep the home in its current site and move in immediately, subject to successful completion of an application and background check.
Kristen and Huck decided a few years ago that they were tired of “normal” life, so they downsized into an RV and started traveling. Eventually, they ended up in the town where Tiny Tranquility Park is, and started to feel settled in the area. They rented a tiny house from the park for two years before building their own.
Because Huck is a great cook, he wanted a kitchen with plenty of space for all of his needs. Their other priority was a spacious bathroom. They sacrificed a bit of living space, but they often hang out in the second loft! Their bedroom is in the main loft. Tell us what you think!
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