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With some popular cities seeing incredible growth, not only is buying a home become nearly impossible, but rental options are getting slimmer. The key to successful living in these types of cities is to think outside the traditional apartment block. Austin’s Casata community will include 66 rental homes for micro living. Texas-based company, Casata, is […]Continue reading
Hi, my name is Lora, and I have been living tiny for a little over two years now. When I moved into my tiny house I knew life would be a little different than it was in my “conventional” house, but I had no idea how things would change. Today I want to share five […]Continue reading
Don’t worry. No one is going to the underworld just yet. This “Hell” is actually the hamlet of Hell, Michigan. Located north of Ann Arbor, this tiny town of only 70 people really gets into the Halloween season because of its unusual name. The tiny hamlet of Hell, Michigan is home to a tiny chapel […]Continue reading
In episode 9 of Today’s Tiny House Parking spot, we travel with our tiny house on wheels into the Land of Enchantment. There we parked at the Animas Valley Village, a new tiny house/RV community. It is located just over the Colorado state-line into New Mexico. The village is surrounded by beautiful spruce and golden […]Continue reading
In traditional architecture, a folly is an ornamental building that doesn’t serve any kind of purpose. This is a very different concept from tiny houses where every bit of space is deemed practical. Folly house near Joshua Tree National Park in southern California might be an exception—especially if you love to look at the stars. Folly […]Continue reading