Discover How This Tiny Home Community Was Created & Tour One of The Homes

Posted by on May 14, 2015 in Economy, Loans and Frugal Living with 0 Comments

Video Source: Tiny House Giant Journey

In this video, Jenna of Tiny House Giant Journey visits the “Simply Home” tiny house community in Portland, Oregon and gets the story of how it was created from community member, Tony Diethelm. Farther below, Jenna tours the inside of one of the homes, Lina Menard's “Lucky Penny.”

When the Simply Home community members decided to look for a place together, they blanketed the residents of their area with flyers requesting a property with a very large lot.

Once they secured the land, the group spent several months hashing out all their community agreements about where they’d keep the cats and dogs, who would garden, wash the dishes, etc.

Next they had to run electrical and water to all their homes from the main home. They ran simple 120/30 amp lines to each tiny house with is enough to run their lights a couple heaters.

Here's a video tour of one of the tiny homes: Lina Menard's “Lucky Penny.”

Video Source: Tiny House Giant Journey

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