S McDonald sent this weeks Tiny House in a Landscape photo and says: attached is a photo of a Tiny House in a Landscape; I pass it every time I drive to the bank. It’s located in Northwest Georgia, on Old Highway 411.
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Welcome November, winter is just around the corner. This weeks Tiny House in a Landscape was submitted by Candy and it sure looks inviting to me.
Candy says: I had this tiny house built in 2007. It is 320 square feet and is located in the Willow, Alaska area, halfway between Willow and Talkeetna. It is situated on a small picturesque lake with a view of Denali.
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Val sent in this week’s Tiny House in a Landscape photo. She describes the location for us.
It sits on a small rise, surrounded by the big trees, but at the edge is cut below that grade, a parking lot and commercial building. The other side is a fast moving busy street, but this little house and its big oaks keep it as an island. After business hours, I think it returns to a solitudary environment.
It is a full time house and I say that by the activity around the property. It is on about two acres. I believe it was part of a farm property and the garage which is down the hill has a stand up attic with outside staircase. It isn’t by any hunting of fishing or lake at all so I think it was part of a caretaker cluster.
It is ON grid. I would also say, that the commercial property was sold in order to pay taxes and to retain this little treasure. That is kind of what happens when the municipal push occurs and development is the PROGRESS and the KEEPING THINGS AS THEY ARE is not progress…
This weeks Tiny House in a Landscape features a Airstream trailer with the mountains in the background. I have been a big fan of Airstreams for many years and I lived in one for a year while in college. I think tiny house designers can take lessons from RV designs and apply them to their own.
I was recently on a tiny house panel at Sunset Magazine with Ella, Vina, and Catherine. While there I toured two tiny houses brought to the show by Tumbleweed and I also toured a 28 foot Airstream International Signature RV.
To be honest with you I felt most at home in the Airstream. It was very modern and luxurious but the thing that stood out for me the most was the use of the living space. I have shown you the floor plan below. My wife and I both liked the fact that we could walk around the bed. There was lots of storage and the rest of the “house” just flowed and seemed wide open. I would really enjoy seeing this type of design in a tiny house.