Tiny Home For Four

In 400 Square Feet Cabin, Tiny Home For Four by Janet Thome0 Comments

Tiny Home For Four

Adding Lofts And Decks Is The Key To Create A Spacious Tiny Home For Four

Are you a small family wondering how you can downsize into a tiny home or build your first home?  I would like to share how to create a custom built tiny home for four with ample room for all. The largest cabin Dave can build is 400 square feet to stay in the required footprint for the park model code.

The square footage is only measured on the ground floor inside living space, so lofts and decks are not included. The key to having more space for your family is by having a longer trailer built with a deck and a long loft or even two lofts. I will show you several examples of how to do this.

The Urban Cabin: 12′ X 33′ With A 24′ Loft And 12′ Deck

The Urban Cabin is a customer favorite and it can be built in various dimensions from 144 to 400 square feet. I just went to visit Dave and I took a lot of pictures and made a few videos to share with everyone. The cabins are in various degrees of being built and I will be documenting their progress. I did not get the best inside shots because it was dark, so I will try to add better ones later.

24′ Loft With Two Divided Bedrooms And Child Safety Rails

Tiny Home For Four

The family that is building this cabin has two small children and of course they want them to be safe. The dark brown rails are a way to protect them from falling, but also a great way so their parents can keep an eye on them. There  will also be a locking gate. It is hard to see ( I promise I will get better pictures) but the 24′ loft actually has two bedrooms with a divided wall and an entrance to the second bedroom. Perfect solution as the children get older and want their own space.

12′ Covered Deck

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The addition of the 12′ deck allows room for outdoor dining and fun activities and a way to enjoy nature when weather permits.

Inside View Of The 12′ Deck

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I love how the sides of the decks are extended that creates shelves for plants. It would be a great area for container gardening.

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Love the two tone look of the deck walls and dark ceiling

The Lake View Cabin: 12 X 33 With A 24′ Loft And 16′ Deck

This cabin has a nice big 24′ sleeping loft where there can be two children or a couple and  a  bedroom on the ground floor.

24 ‘ Loft

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16′ Covered Deck With Outside Lighting And Ceiling Fan

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Love the high peak gable roof over the rustic deck and the sliding glass door. The covered deck will be an added bonus on hot summer days.

Inside View Looking Out Toward Deck

Pardon The Dust: Cabin Under Construction:  Short Video Walk Through

The bedroom is way in the back and there is a little corner for the stack able washer and dryer next to the closet.

Incorporating A Family Farm Sink The Kitchen: Love It!

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Utility Sink In A Small Alcove: Nice Touch

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Double Divided Sleeping Lofts Over Decks On Each End

Lake View: 12 X 33 With A Low Pitch Roof

The Lake View Cabin with two divided lofts with a low pitch roof  is one more cabin I would like to show you that would be a great option for a tiny home for four  to create two lofts for even more privacy. Dave can build a cabin that has a deck on each end with a sleeping loft above it. I do not have the best picture describing this choice.

Adding Lofts And Decks To Any Models

The models we present here are just examples of what Dave builds. You can take almost any model and add lofts and decks to add more living space. Decks cannot be screened or closed in, because that is when square footage is added. Review the roof styles to determine what style you like best.

Seven Options For 400 Square Feet

Dave has seven options that are 400 square feet in several dimensions and will be the best size for a family.  Review to see what fits your taste.

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Cabin Built For Sale: Nostalgia Cottage

In Cabins For Sale, Nostalgia Cottage by Janet Thome0 Comments

 

Nostalgia Cottage 10′ X 24′ With A 4′ Deck: $40,000

Dave has a cabin built for sale that is brand new and needs a few touches added. We had a customer that decided to get a 400 square foot cabin instead because of the requirements where she is moving. It could be ready in less than a week, just pick out your door and door color. The refrigerator and two burner cook top will need to be added.

Features And Benefits: Ground Floor Bedroom

  • Ready Within One Week
  • On Sale! Priced Before Our Price Increase
  • 10′ Wide And 24′ Long
  • Custom Steel Trailer
  • Rich Cedar Siding
  • 25 Year Roof
  • 2 X 6 Construction
  • R21 Insulation
  • 4′ Composite Deck
  • Track Lighting
  • Ceiling Fan
  • Ground Floor Bedroom
  • Barn Door
  • Sleeping Loft
  • Standard Toilet
  • Bathroom Sink
  • Shower
  • On Demand Hot Water Heater
  • Radiant Floor Heat
  • Upgraded Flooring
  • 2 Burner Electric Cook Top
  • 10 Cubic Foot Refrigerator
  • Affordable Delivery

Affordable Delivery

The cabin can be picked up by a one ton truck or delivered very reasonably for under $2.00 a mile by RV Transport. Call Leah for a quote at 800 456 2455 Ext # 1.

Insurance

Do not forget your insurance, I have great contacts to share. Details

The beauty of this cabin is having the ground floor bedroom that is large enough for a queen sized bed. You can use the sleeping loft for guests or storage. Please give us a call if you need more details.

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Grey Hardie Plank Siding : Lake View 12 X 33

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Lake View : 12 X 33 Base Price $50,000

Grey Hardie Plank Siding

The featured one bedroom cabin is the Lake View model with grey hardie plank siding. It is four hundred square feet, one of the largest that Dave builds to stay in the foot print requirement for a park model. Decks and lofts are not included in the square footage. The width is 12′ and the length 33′. Cedar is the standard siding and is very beautiful, but does require maintenance depending on the weather the cabin is subjected to. Hardie plank is an upgrade. I love the high peek gable roof.

Advantages of Hardie Plank Siding

  • Resists damage from moisture
  • Resists cracking, splitting, rotting and swelling
  • Resists termites and insects
  • Superior performance in high wind and hurricane areas
  • Resists flame spread
  • Complete exterior available in lap, shingle, panel, fascia, trim and soffit
  • Paint lasts longer than on wood

Custom Upgrades

The customer added a lot of custom upgrades including granite counter tops, an 8′ deck, a sleeping loft, glass fireplace,  sliding glass door and a ground floor bedroom.

Seven Feet Ceilings In The Bedroom

Hardie Plank

Because the customer is over 6′ tall, he requested that the bedroom ceiling be 7′ tall. The bedroom is located under the loft which Dave built a foot shorter to give more head room for the bedroom.

Clint Shared Some Pictures With Us

Floor Plan : Completely Flexible And Easy To Customize

12×33 with8’deck and storage loft

Sharing Upgrade Photos

Granite Counter Tops

Hardie Plank

Gas Fireplace

Sliding Glass Door

Hardie Plank

 

Eight Foot Deck With Rustic Rails

Hardie Plank

Small Utility Shed Discretely Housing The Electric Panel

Hardie Plank

Air Conditioner

Hardie Plank

Various Lake View Models

Standard Base Price Includes:

Custom Built Steel Trailer
2 x 6 floor joist 16″ O/C T&G OSB sub floor.
2 x 6 sidewalls 16″ O/C.
Vaulted, Engineered trusses w/ 60# snow load.
7/16″ OSB sheeting with vapor wrap.
8″ cedar lap siding ( Siding Choices )
Metal roof  ( Your Choice Of Color )
Insulated 36″ steel door.
Insulation: Ceiling R-21, Walls R-21 and Floor R-21.
Vented attic space.
Ceiling fan with  light kit in living room
1 x 6 T&G Pine ceiling.
1 x 6 T&G Pine on walls.Upper and lower kitchen cabinets.
Laminate kitchen counter tops w/ back splash.
Recessed lighting in kitchen and bathroom.
Stainless steel double kitchen sink w/ faucet and sprayer.
10′ Cubic Refrigerator
2 Burner Propane or Electric Cook Top
Laminate flooring
Linoleum Flooring in bathroom
Shower/ Tub Combo or 32” or 36” Shower
Bath vanity w/ sink and back splash, faucet, mirror
Toilet
20 gallon electric water heater.
PEX pipe with low point drain.
Electric baseboard or wall mounted heat
GFI breaker in bathroom and kitchen.
50 Amp service panel

Additional Upgrade Options

Radiant Floor Heat / $1500.00
EPA Certified Wood or Pellet Stove/From $1500.00 to $ 1800.00 : Includes Slate or Stone
Dickinson’s Propane Marine Heater: Installation and inverter $ 1100.00
Propane OR Natural Gas Log Fireplace With TV Mantle 30” or 36”-$2200.00 to $2400.00
Washer & Dryer / $1250.00 ( $ 200.00 extra to convert gas dryer to propane)
Washer Dryer In One $1800.00 ( Includes Installation )
Propane on demand hot water heater / $950.00
10′ Cubic Refrigerator $599.00
17′ Cubic Refrigerator $799.00
20” 4 Gas Burner Stove And Oven $800.00
24” 4 Gas Burner Stove And Oven $950.00
30″ 4 Gas Burner Stove And Oven $1050.00
Dishwasher $ 600.00
Storage Loft $ 1000.00
Sleeping Loft $1500.00
AC / $550.00
Sliding Barn Door $ 600.00
French Doors 6′ $ 800.00
Sliding Patio Door 6′ $ 500.00
Nature’s Head Compost Toilet $960.00
Two 5 Gallon Propane Tanks with gauge and regulator $ 250.00 ( propane not included )
Utility Shed for propane tanks $ 800.00
Stairs with storage $ 1000.00
Built in desk $250.00

Additional Upgrade Options: Add To Your Quote Notes

  • Decks
  • One Inch Foam Insulation
  • Wainscotting
  • Granite Counter Tops
  • Wainscotting

Blue Pine Accents
Heating Options
Custom Upgrades

Request A Quote

 

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John Wayne’s Hideaway: 14 X 28 $50,000

In Four Hundred SquareFeet, John Wayne's Hideaway by Janet Thome2 Comments

John Wayne’s Hideaway: Cedar Board And Bat Siding

John Wayne’s Hideaway is a new western style that Dave is offering with a bedroom on the ground floor.  The cabin  is heading  off to the desert of Nevada today. The cabin is 14′ wide by 28′ in length and four hundred square feet. Four hundred square feet is the largest cabin that Dave can build to stay in the park model requirement. There is not a loft, but one can be added. The rustic siding is one inch thick cedar  board and bat planks, and is an upgrade choice. The size and floor plan can be adjusted. Start Here for more details regarding size options.

Beautiful Upgrades

Enter into the bathroom with double barn doors. The shower has cedar walls. Cedar loves moisture.

John Wayne's Hideway

Every cabin Dave builds is custom built and you get to design right along with Dave and share your design ideas, floor plans and dreams. The customer of John Wayne’s Hideaway requested a lot of beautiful upgrades including the cedar board and bat siding, blue pine flooring throughout the cabin, a cedar wall shower, double barn door, built in pantry and I love the wood sink in the bathroom. The utility shed houses the hot water tank discretely in the back of the cabin. I will feature the upgrades with photos, the standard base specs will be directly underneath.

Stainless Steel Farm Sink

Built In Pantry

John Wayne's Hideaway

Utility Shed: Discretely Houses The Hot Water Heater

John Wayne's Hideaway

Blue Pine Floor

John Wayne's Hideaway

 

Wood Bathroom Sink And Black Washer/Dryer Combo

John Wayne's Hideaway

Wood Stove With A Slate Hearth To Keep The Cabin  Toasty

Standard heat is baseboard or wall mounted/ Wood Stove is an upgrade.

John Wayne's Hideaway

Ground Floor Bedroom With Blue Pine Floors

John Wayne's Hideaway

Floor Plan: Completely Flexible

14×28 with 12’deck no loft

Delivered Safely To Nevada

Beautiful To See The Cabin With All The Comforts Of Home

Standard Base Price Includes:

Custom Built Steel Trailer
2 x 6 floor joist 16″ O/C T&G OSB sub floor.
2 x 6 sidewalls 16″ O/C.
Vaulted, Engineered trusses w/ 60# snow load.
7/16″ OSB sheeting with vapor wrap.
8″ cedar lap siding ( Siding Choices )
Metal roof ( Your Choice Of Color )
Insulated 36″ steel door.
Insulation: Ceiling R-21, Walls R-21 and Floor R-21.
Vented attic space.
Ceiling fan with light kit in living room
1 x 6 T&G Pine ceiling.
1 x 6 T&G Pine on walls.Upper and lower kitchen cabinets.
Laminate kitchen counter tops w/ back splash.
Recessed lighting in kitchen and bathroom.
Stainless steel double kitchen sink w/ faucet and sprayer.
10′ Cubic Refrigerator
2 Burner Propane or Electric Cook Top
Laminate flooring
Linoleum Flooring in bathroom
Shower/ Tub Combo or 32” or 36” Shower
Bath vanity w/ sink and back splash, faucet, mirror
Toilet
20 gallon electric water heater.
PEX pipe with low point drain.
Electric baseboard or wall mounted heat
GFI breaker in bathroom and kitchen.
50 Amp service panel

Additional Upgrade Options

Radiant Floor Heat / $1500.00
EPA Certified Wood or Pellet Stove/From $1500.00 to $ 1800.00 : Includes Slate or Stone
Dickinson’s Propane Marine Heater: Installation and inverter $ 1100.00
Propane OR Natural Gas Log Fireplace With TV Mantle 30” or 36”-$2200.00 to $2400.00
Washer & Dryer / $1250.00 ( $ 200.00 extra to convert gas dryer to propane)
Washer Dryer In One $1800.00 ( Includes Installation )
Propane on demand hot water heater / $950.00
10′ Cubic Refrigerator $599.00
17′ Cubic Refrigerator $799.00
20” 4 Gas Burner Stove And Oven $800.00
24” 4 Gas Burner Stove And Oven $950.00
30″ 4 Gas Burner Stove And Oven $1050.00
Dishwasher $ 600.00
Storage Loft $ 1000.00
Sleeping Loft $1500.00
AC / $550.00
Sliding Barn Door $ 600.00
French Doors 6′ $ 800.00
Sliding Patio Door 6′ $ 500.00
Nature’s Head Compost Toilet $960.00
Two 5 Gallon Propane Tanks with gauge and regulator $ 250.00 ( propane not included )
Utility Shed for propane tanks $ 800.00
Stairs with storage $ 1000.00
Built in desk $250.00

Additional Upgrade Options: Add To Your Quote Notes

  • Decks
  • One Inch Foam Insulation
  • Wainscotting
  • Granite Counter Tops

Blue Pine Accents

Heating Options

Siding Choices

Custom Upgrades

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Horizon Mobile Village And RV Park

In Live Legally, RV Lot Rental, Tiny Home Parking, Tiny House Community by Janet Thome

Horizon Mobile Village: Palm Springs, California

Horizon Mobile Village and RV Park is vintage and tiny home friendly. They are located in South Palm Springs right under the famous Bob Hope House, nestled against the San Jacinto Mountains.

Horizon Mobile Village is an all age park, welcoming residents and travelers of all lifestyles. Established in 1958, it continues to maintain all the vintage charm from that era.

Bob Hope’s Home

Horizon Village

Amenities

  • Large Swimming Pool
  • Spa
  • Outdoor Showers
  • Three Laundry Facilities
  • Bathrooms
  • Showers
  • Clubhouse
  • Day Room With Books, Games, Cable TV
  • Shuffleboard Court
  • Access Araby Trail From Across The Park
  • Children Welcome
  • Pets Welcome ( Size and breed restrictions apply)

Location

Palm Springs is located in the Sonaran Desert in southern California, known for it’s hot springs, stylish hotels, golf courses and spas. The Coachella Valley offers hiking, biking and horseback riding trails.

Palm Springs Travel Guide

Special Events

The Coachella Valley and Palm Springs is host to many events.

Palm Springs International Film Festival

The Film Society produces The Palm Springs International Film Festival (PSIFF) every January, and Palm Springs ShortFest in June. In addition to curating the best in international cinema, PSIFF has come to be known as the first stop on the road to the Academy Awards® and our Oscar®-qualifying ShortFest is the largest short film festival and market in North America. Our festivals and year-round programs manifest our organization’s mission by nurturing and encouraging new film making talent, honoring the great masters of world cinema, and expanding audience horizons.

Exotic Car Auctions

By 1981, Keith McCormick had already become a successful entrepreneur in his native United Kingdom, but he longed to realize a dream to move to Palm Springs, California and devote his time entirely to his family…and his cars.

In 1985, Keith hosted his very first Palm Springs exotic car auction. Today, the Palm Springs Exotic Car Auctions have become a world famous Palm Springs tradition.

Palm Springs Wine Tours

Taste Temecula’s most celebrated wines on a full-day tour from Palm Springs, and explore the valley’s dramatic terrain in a powerful H1 Hummer. Pass undulating lines of Syrah and Tempranillo vines as your knowledgeable guide drives you to a series of three wineries, and discover Temecula’s unpretentious approach to fine wines. Sample up to 18 wines that range from classic red and whites to an almond-infused bubbly, pause for a relaxed vineyard lunch, and enjoy the sun-drenched scenery of the Temecula Valley.

Tour Bob Hope’s Home

Since the 1920s, Palm Springs has been Hollywood’s desert playground for celebrities to relax and escape from the hustle and bustle of showbiz. The legendary “Two-Hour Rule” of Hollywood studios put Palm Springs on the map as a perfect getaway. Actors under contract had to be available within two-hours from the studio just in case last minute film/photo shoots had to occur.

Contact Horizon Mobile Village

 760 328 3780

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Tiny Homes Allowed In Garfield County, Colorado

In Building Codes, Live Legally by Janet Thome

Garfield County

Garfield County, Colorado Paving The Way For Tiny Homes

Barriers have been removed for tiny homes in unincorporated parts of Garfield, County. A requirement from the 1970’s that originated to keep single wide mobiles out of the area to protect home values has been amended. The old requirement stated that single family dwelling units had to be twenty feet long by twenty feet wide.  Dave Pesnichak, senior county planner classifies tiny homes less than five hundred square feet.

County staff has been receiving inquiries about tiny homes from people looking to buy land and build a home, but who can’t afford the cost of purchasing the land and then the cost of building a large home. Likewise, individuals have been looking to add tiny homes to their properties for aging parents or children who want to move out of the main house.

Several tiny home projects are underway in Colorado. Aspen Skiing Co. placed six such houses in Basalt this winter as a test, Denver has a project for the homeless and Salida and Walsenburg have supported tiny home developments.

Pesnichak noted some trends that play into the increasing popularity of tiny homes. “A lot of people look at this as being a lifestyle choice, but there are some economics, as well.”

The average home size has been on the rise, growing by about 61 percent in the last few decades, he said. Now the average home is more than 2,600 square feet.

Meanwhile, home ownership has been declining, down to about 63 percent in 2015, the lowest in two decades. The main driver behind that drop is thought to be increasing housing costs, said Pesnichak.

Garfield County Changes Building Code

Another necessary tweak  to the building code was an allowance for a ladder to be used in the tiny homes, as most of them use a loft to maximize the small space.

Commissioners adopted updates to the International Code Council’s building code, which now allow ladders to be used to reach lofts and emergency exits to be built for the lofts.

Prior to that, a staircase was required instead of a ladder, taking up too much room in a tiny home.

In a 5-2 decision, the county planning commission also recommended striking the minimum dwelling unit size requirement.

Carbondale and Rifle responded with interest to the land use and building code changes, said Pesnichak. And Tim Cain, planner for New Castle, showed up in person to support the changes, adding that he’s heard from several individuals interested in the tiny house movement.

“We are interested in, obviously like the region, creating affordable/attainable housing,” Cain said. “This is one vehicle in which you could do that.”

Source Of Article

PostIndependent

Garfield County

Press Release Regarding Tiny Homes From Garfield County

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Nature’s Head Compost Toilet

In Toilet Choices by Janet Thome

Nature’s Head Compost Toilet

We have recently made the switch from the Air Head Compost toilet to Nature’s Head as our preferred compost toilet. I would still recommend Air Head, though we can get Nature’s Head quicker, because our distributor is in Coeur  D’ Lane and the price is better, which we can pass on to our customers. I personally just bought one for my RV that is for my caretaker on my property. And yes, I know what you are thinking, an RV??? After two tiny homes, that is what I could afford to do and my caretaker needed housing. The transition to Nature’s Head is very simple, because side by side with the Air Head, the quality is the same and is very similar.

Perfect For A Tiny Home

Nature’s Head is the perfect size for a tiny home and comes in one household size and is the preferred choice for tiny home builders. If managed correctly, there is never a smell and is easy to use. At first in the RV, we used a bucket brand and it was messy and smelled bad because there was not a fan. The other down side of the bucket was the urine and solids all went into the same place which added to the smell.

Easy Installation

The Nature’s Head is easy to install; the unit attaches to the floor with two small l brackets. There is one ventilation hose to run outside and one 12volt power hook-up for a small computer type fan. The unit could even be run completely powerless by running the vent hose to a solar vent.

Benefits Of Nature’s Head

  • Water less Toilet ( Love not wasting water)
  • Odorless
  • Lightweight
  • Made In The USA ( Love to support that)
  • Single pin electric hookup for fan
  • Urine And Solids Are Separated
  • Vent Hose And Built In Fan Included
  • No Generic Seat To Crack
  • Easy To Clean
  • Easy Installation
  • Famous Spider Crank
  • Translucent Tank To Inspect Urine Levels
  • Urine Tank Mounted In Pedestal
  • Unit Comes With Everything Needed Except Outdoor Vent
  • 5 Year Warranty

FAQ

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Orlando Lakefront Tiny Home Community

In RV Lot Rental, Tiny Home Parking, Tiny House Community by Janet Thome

Orlando Lakefront At College Park

Orlando Lakefront at College Park is a growing tiny house community that was revitalized from a 1950’s RV park. They offer a legal place to live year around. Orlando Lakefront has both RV’S and tiny homes at this time, though it is desiring to be more of a tiny house community. The park is only seven minutes from the heart of downtown Orlando, Florida and twenty minutes from all the theme parks.

Are You Longing For Community?

They  offer a solution to one of the key obstacles to living tiny: “Where do I park my tiny house?” At Orlando Lakefront, you can legally park your tiny house on wheels among neighboring tiny housers, while enjoying full hook-ups to park utilities.


Reflective of the spirit of the tiny house social movement, Orlando Lakefront is a real grassroots effort to organically grow a tiny house community from the ground up. Currently, they have 11 THOWs (Tiny Houses On Wheels) and 2 tiny houses on foundations. 13 tiny houses in all- and counting!  THers (tiny housers) are welcome to join their  THC and help build a big community as they live tiny.

The RV park’s owner and THers believe in the moral growth of a tiny house community. Rather than ask our awesome RV neighbors to leave (or astronomically increase lot leases as some have done), we are growing organically. As RVs leave, we offer available lots to tiny housers who wish to legally park, live on the shores of a beautiful lake, and take advantage of all that a nearby metropolitan area has to offer. Their  tiny house community model is both sustainable and ethical.

Amenities

  • 50 Spaces For Lease
  • Laundry Facilities
  • Boat And Fishing Dock
  • Pet Friendly With A Park Nearby
  • Full Hookups
  • Year Around Maintenance And Landscaping
  • Lot Lease From $350.00 to $ 550.00 A Month

Only Seven Minutes From The Heart Of Orlando

Orlando has it all, walking trails, swan boats, live music, free yoga on the lawn, artisan cuisine for any culture and more.

Contact Orlando Lakefront For More Details

407 936 4094

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Tiny House Lots On The Prairie

In Land For Lease, RV Lot Rental, Tiny House Community by Janet Thome

Four Tiny  House Lots Available: Decatur, Texas

Tiny House Lots On The Prairie is a new tiny home community in Decatur, Texas that is in the final stages of developing 7 lots dedicated to tiny homes on wheels. There are only 4 lots still available.

Features: $375.00 A Month Plus Electric

  • 10 X 30 Concrete Pad
  • Well Water
  • Septic Hookup
  • 20, 30 and 50 Amp Metered Electrical Hookup
  • Grounds Maintenance
  • ATSA Certified Storm Shelter For All Residents
  • Room To Garden
  • Fully Fenced And Gated Property

Location

Tiny House Lots On The Prairie is located SE of Decatur, Texas. The community is just 10 minutes from the Decatur town square and has a population of around 5000 residents. It is 45 minutes from downtown Fort Worth, one hour to Dallas and 30 minutes from Denton, home to The University Of North Texas.

UNT is  one of the nation’s largest universities, they  offer 101 bachelor’s, 82 master’s and 38 doctoral degree programs.

Denton is a larger metropolitan area that has over 131,000 residents  and was ranked by  livability.com as one of the top 100 places to live. Denton has everything to offer from an incredible music scene, art festivals, artisan , locally produced food, healthcare and great employment only 30 minutes from the Tiny House Lots community. The location of the community offers you the best of both worlds, the bliss of a rural life near exciting thriving, urban cities.

This community offers peace, quiet  and wide open views, star-filled skies with beautiful sunrises and sunsets.

Contact Mindy And Reserve Your Space Now!

817 691 2617

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Park Delta Bay: Tiny Home Friendly

In RV Lot Rental, Tiny Home Parking, Tiny House Community, Tiny House Rental by Janet Thome

Commute To The Bay Area And Sacramento, California

Park Delta Bay is an RV Park and Tiny House Resort  in Isleton, California that is tiny home friendly. They offer 30 and 50 amp hookups. The space rent is $600.00 a month. You may live there all year around. Park Delta is on 12 acres along the San Joaquin River.

Park Delta Bay Amenities

  • Dog Park
  • Clubhouse With Game Room
  • Pool
  • Tennis Courts
  • Free WiFi
  • Fishing Dock
  • Boat launch and storage
  • Summer Camp Activities
  • Laundry Facilities
  • Showers And Restrooms
  • General Store Nearby
  • Propane

Activities Include

  • Boating
  • Fishing
  • Water Skiing
  • Bird watching
  • Easy Drive To Napa
  • Visit Historic River Towns

Location

Park Delta Bay is located in Isleton,  California. It has a population of under 900 residents. The commute is a little over an hour to get to San Francisco.

Contact Kim

917 777 5588

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