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Tiny House Workshop in the Catskills May 13-15

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The Catskills Tiny House Workshop is a one-of-a-kind event where you not only learn everything you need to know about designing and overseeing the build of your little space, you get to *stay* in a tiny house and enjoy the inner workings of tiny house living for a weekend.

The workshop costs $495 which includes lodging, sample blueprints, sample written plans, a sample builder’s contract, a sample land rental agreement for a tiny house, and a how-to guide packed with building terms, definitions, and facts. Sign up here. Their next workshop is May 13-15, 2022.

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Tour Their Tiny Houses & Learn to Design One Yourself!

Here’s the loft bedroom in one of their tiny houses.

A really beautiful kitchen inside another one.

They even built a yurt!


Attendees will learn literally EVERYTHING they need to know to design, move, and oversee-the-building of their small house:

  • Common misconceptions about tiny houses.

  • The obvious nexus, and key differences, between a tiny house and a small city apartment.

  • Why there’s NO need to hire an architect to design your house.

  • How a person with NO drawing skills can create a blueprint a builder can realize.

  • The varying dimensions of movable houses.

  • The utilities that are commonplace in tiny houses.

  • The handful of building terms required to correctly design your house and convey your plans to a builder.

  • The best model trailer for a small house.

  • When to begin looking for a builder, how to identify the right one, how much to pay them, and how the payment plan is structured.

  • Municipality building codes vis-à-vis non-traditional houses.

  • How to find a commercial driver, and the required permits, to lawfully transport a completed house from the building site to its new home.

  • Where to procure homeowner’s insurance for your tiny house.

  • How to locate and rent land where you can park, and live in, your house.

  • How to draw water from a stream or pond once you’re there.

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Natalie C. McKee

Natalie C. McKee is a contributor for Tiny House Talk and the Tiny House Newsletter. She's a wife, and mama of three little kids. She and her family are homesteaders with sheep, goats, chickens, ducks and quail on their happy little acre.
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  • Denise
    April 17, 2022, 11:02 am

    Natalee, can you please keep us posted when there is a tiny house workshop in the NW area such as Seattle or north of that?

    I already built a tiny house but still would like to participate to see if I can pick up some new skills or something I haven’t figured out out. When mine is finished (I am at trim stage) I will send piccys over.

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