The tiny-house movement is growing fast. According to those who espouse the tiny-house lifestyle, stripping down to the essentials can lead to quite a bit of clarity. Here is a look at how Chris Silva built his.
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McMansion, meet tiny house. The symbol of the bubbling 2000s hasn’t exactly been displaced by the sub-400-square-foot home. But for many homebuyers in insecure times, shrinking their square footage has also downsized their worries.
In the past five years, 57-year-old Elaine Walker has lived in four cities: Washington D.C., two in Northern California and now Orlando, Fla. And in all four, she lived in the same house.That’s because it’s a farmhouse on wheels.