Students Build Tiny House at Unique Summer Camp

The Tiny House, built during a unique summer camp at the Key School, is about to hit the road. The 210-square-foot home built on a trailer bed will be one of the main attractions at this weekends Maryland Home & Holiday Show at the Maryland State Fairgrounds in Timonium… Over a three-week period in July, student crews worked side-by-side with building professionals to construct the one-room, multipurpose structure. ” – capitalgazette.com

Read and see more this completed Tiny House. Photos by Joshua McKerrow for Capital Gazette.

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19 thoughts on “Students Build Tiny House at Unique Summer Camp

  1. Ana Olson says:

    This is truly my favorite of all the TH I have seen so far. May I ask what the cost of building this home was?

  2. Kris Martinez says:

    Is there any group doing this on the west coast…..perfect design for me….getting older, stairs are almost impossible, but need huge “downsizing” for retirement……your “tiny house” is beautiful….truthfully I would not need anything so “fancy”…..just comfortable and livable so I can stay independent as long as possible.

    • Leah says:

      My thoughts exactly ! TH is a perfect solution to aging family members, or boomerang kids who still need to live at home, but not in the house.
      Put it in back yard and still independent living.

    • LA Pierson says:

      Yes… There are tons of tiny home builders on the West Coast. Depending on your location. We build in the Pacific NW area. Contact me for more info. email hidden; JavaScript is required

  3. Emilio says:

    Hi in 13 years I’m going to retire and have a little spot on land. Where can I buy plans for these hone or buy home made?

  4. Marsha Cowan says:

    I can’t see any of the pictures! Can you repost with pictures that will show up on my iPad as it is the only electronic device I have right now with which to view it. Thanks!

  5. Mary says:

    Where is the bathroom and shower also refrigerator and sink and faucet for drinking water and washing dishes. Maybe I missed something.

    • Harvin says:

      You should probably put your glasses on. 😉 You can see the bathroom in the corner of the second and fourth photos. You can see all of those kitchen amenities clearly in the first photo.

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