Think you know what it means to downsize? Get an eyeful of these miniature houses on the leading edge of a new approach to living with less.
By Lisa FrederickMore in Remodeling
Tumbleweed Tiny House Company
The small house movement started roughly a decade ago, but the economic crisis rapidly accelerated its growth as people began to re-evaluate their lifestyles, craving the simplicity that comes with scaling down. At a fraction of the average house price (some a mere $20,000), these structures eliminate the hassle and potential pitfalls of a mortgage. Plus, they force their occupants to pare down their belongings to the essentials and devise innovative solutions to make the most of every inch.
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