It started as a quiet ripple that gained momentum, with more and more Americans considering the advantages of tiny houses. The desire to move away from the big home and live a simpler, mortgage-free life has attracted enough of the population to make the tiny house movement a viable alternative.
But, would you – and could you – live in a tiny house? A house that can range from less than 100 square feet to around 1000 square feet? That all depends on your perception of tiny living.
If you have had any contact with young adults—those in their 20s and 30s—you have probably heard it: a fascination with small houses. The attraction? There is less to pay for, less to take care of, and more creativity involved in living day to day.