Over the last few days the idea of being a tiny houser who lives in an ever commercialized and material world has been on my mind. This is because Steven Harrell wrote to me with the tidy heading “cultivating contentment” after he published my last article at Tiny House Listings.
This is a question that is on EVERYONE’s Minds even before they start their build, and rightly so, after all, why spend months of your life and $20,000-$50,000 or more to end up with a house but nowhere to put it… So the way I see it, there are Two main issues… 1) The legal issues, of where you can park legally, and can the authorities do anything, fine you etc – (this will be the topic of a future blog post / rant lol) and… 2) Finding a place to put your Tiny through various means on privately owned land (where the councils etc have even less of a hold on you) This post continues […].
A tiny house on a tiny plot of land. It’s an ideal scenario for a good portion of tiny house dwellers and soon-to-be tiny house dwellers.
Since owning a tiny house, in a sense, is being financially self-sufficient, owning the land it sits on takes that level of self-suffiency one step further. Since a tiny house obviously takes up a very small amount of land, there will be some remaining land even on the smallest plots.