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Tiny houses have gained popularity in the past few years among people choosing to live in the small spaces for environmental reasons, to be part of a community, or to alleviate the burden of a mortgage and monthly bills. For Spokane resident Henry Hagood, building a tiny home has economic benefits.
A Las Vegas man is getting his home back after the tiny structure was stolen from an eastern Oregon truck stop in December.
Gar Mickelson, the homeless outreach coordinator for the nonprofit Heritage Health, wants to build a village of tiny houses in Coeur d'Alene to serve as temporary crisis shelter for people who don’t want to be homeless but struggle to find housing options. But some are skeptical of the proposal
A homeless outreach coordinator in Coeur d’Alene wants to build a village of tiny houses to serve as temporary crisis shelter for people who desire to emerge from homelessness. They may include seniors, military veterans, single moms and others struggling to find housing options.
Local entrepreneur and Keyboard Cat wrangler Charlie Schmidt has come up with a new sensation – the tiniest of tiny houses.
Hobbits enjoy food, simple comforts, and their peaceful home settings. And now Lord of the Rings fans can too, with a vacation getaway in a cozy burrow under a hill near Chelan, Washington, developed by a tiny-house entrepreneur from Boise. Kristie Wolfe opened her first Hobbit Hole vacation rental through Airbnb this spring, with two more...
Hobbits enjoy food, simple comforts, and their peaceful home settings. And now Lord of the Rings fans can too, with a vacation getaway in a cozy burrow under a hill near Chelan, developed by tiny-home entrepreneur Kristie Wolfe.