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Tiny House Magazine Issue 71 – Tiny Houses as an Investment

Ashley Sutterfield brings up the topic of investing in this month’s issue. Investing money into a tiny house can snowball other goals such as downsizing and letting go of things you don't use, and reducing the cost of utilities and other expenses. Most importantly, a smart investment can create financial freedom and completely change your lifestyle. Allowing options such as [...]

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Just Park It: Tiny Houses as ADUs

Welcome to Today’s Tiny House Parking Spot! In episode 6, we parked our tiny home in my sister Nicole's backyard in northern Utah. For us, it is the an ideal way to visit family, striking a perfect balance between privacy and togetherness.  We first parked here two years ago. The backyard conveniently features a gravel RV pad, where we easily parked our tiny house on whe [...]

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At Home On The Farm, The Winery And The Brewery With Joel Holland

Nomadic Entrepreneur Joel Holland likes businesses. When he saw Harvest Host, though, he liked it so much he had to buy it. So he did. Harvest Host is built a network of people who love RVing and agricultural operations (wineries, farms, breweries, etc.) who are looking to expand their brand awareness. Today Harvest Host is growing, fueled by Joel and his wife’s steady guidan [...]

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Mother/Daughter Build Fantasy-Themed THOW

My daughter and I are relatively new to the tiny house market and just came across your blog and magazine. We moved to the Asheville, NC area three years ago to be close to my parents after several recent family tragedies. We purchased two small, but not tiny homes (850 sq ft and 750 sq ft), and remodeled them. Mine was a practically a total rebuild, as it was a 1940 asbestos-c [...]

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Most Popular Stick Built

The Simple and Useful Beauty of the Raised Platform

Several years ago I wrote a Tiny House Blog post about American River guides who live for the river season out of their tents or various vehicles. Most of the tents are located on the ground, but to literally elevate your status as a river guide, you can pitch your tent on a raised wooden platform. A simple, inexpensive platform can make a world of difference if you are living [...]

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Unique Mix of Tiny Homes at Bending River Cove

If you love staying at Bending River Cove in Lake City, Minnesota, you might be able to take one of the tiny resort homes home. Bending River Cove sits on a bluff above Lake Pepin in the southern part of the state. This tiny house resort has an interesting mix of homes to choose from including a contemporary tiny cottage and even a trailer named after a Queen song. The tiny [...]

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The Modern Liberation Tiny Home

Inspired by the home that started it all, the Modern is the blend of a sleek design & modern decor. The bold finishes highlight this build, from the distinct roof style to the modern touches. Beware: this home is for the bold. One of our favorite projects, this 32' home is filled with custom features like a cedar deck, a skylight, and plenty of storage. Size: 32' x [...]

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Liberation Tiny Homes Farmhouse

Marcus Stoltzfus at Liberation Tiny Homes contacted me and asked me to share some photos of their latest 24 foot Farmhouse model. The company is located in the heart of Lancaster County, PA, where the local labor industry is brimming with talent. their homes are completed on custom trailers and we offer several models to choose from. Priding themselves in being more af [...]

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Most Popular Log Cabin

What makes a great log cabin kit?

The tiny house movement is growing in popularity year on year, and it’s no surprise when the average cost to build your own is $23,000 compared to the average cost of a standard house of $272,000. Most tiny homes are in between 100 and 400 square foot, and one of the beauties of building a house of this size is that people can afford high-quality materials. One of the m [...]

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How to Build Your Own Tiny Off-grid Cabin Today

The tiny house movement is not just a fad. It is quickly growing in popularity due to cheaper living costs, less environmental impact, and a simpler lifestyle. A large proportion of tiny homes owners don’t want to be grid-tied and so off-grid tiny homes are also growing in popularity. There are so many different options when it comes to living in a tiny home, from bu [...]

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What Makes the Perfect Tiny Log Cabin Plan?

Small. Perfect. and Functional. My first thoughts when I saw a tiny log cabin in the forests of Roberts Creek. Log Cabins have been at the center of the tiny house movement as over 700,000 Americans now own log homes. This makes log cabins the most popular off-grid lifestyle; ahead of container homes, schoolies, caravans, and RVs. The unique thing about tiny cabins [...]

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Green River Log Cabins Builds Custom Park Models in 3 Weeks

While park models offer a larger way to live tiny, many of them can only be purchased out of the box. Green River Log Cabins in South Carolina not only offers 12 models, but various ways to customize each cabin. In addition, once the design and planning process is complete, the build of each cabin only takes three weeks. Green River Log Cabins contain wood from sustainable for [...]

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