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Young Woman's Incredible Tiny Forever Home



While for some, tiny houses are temporary stepping stones, this young woman’s incredible tiny house on wheels has been built as a dream tiny forever home. Within the walls of this house, owner Helen has absolutely everything she needs and has compromised on nothing.

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Slightly wider than a normal tiny house, this impressive design has meant that this home has a tremendous amount of functionality within a relatively small footprint. Knowing that she planned on living in the house for the foreseeable future, she really wanted to make sure that she could create a space that would truly work for her.

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The design of this tiny home has also allowed Helen to build in some really unique features, including a lounge / media loft where she can relax at the end of the day, sit back and enjoy a movie. Living in this tiny house is a dream come true for Helen and it’s great to see all her hard work pay off. I hope you enjoy the video tour of this wonderful tiny home.

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Music in this video by Bryce Langston:

Presented and Produced by: Bryce Langston
Camera: Bryce Langston & Rasa Pescud
Editing: Rasa Pescud

‘Living Big in a Tiny House’ © 2019 Zyia Pictures Ltd

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  1. When I get my own land, I wild built a tiny house coz when children grows they will leave me and my lovely wife n we will be able to maintain it coz big houses they waste a lot of space. I'm also thinking of building tiny houses as guest houses for visitors who likes privacy

  2. I wanted to build or buy a tiny house of about this size since I first heard of the concept years ago. I’ve got the money to do it and the will but I’ve found it impossible to do it legally. Aside from a few designated tiny home communities which I really wouldn’t want to move to or live in there’s no real option besides living on someone else’s land. Even apart from the insecurity that comes from living on land you don’t own it’s still generally illegal to live full time in those locations. It’s a great concept and really a dream but just not possible to do in anyplace remotely close to where I live or want to settle so I gave up on the idea completely. Instead I’m currently having a small shipping container home built on a permanent foundation built which will be mostly off grid. Even that had to end up being about 900 soft in order to comply with building codes. I guess it worked out in the end.

  3. What a beautiful home and friendly people. Enthusiastic show and home representer. Helen is so positive and has great taste! Hello from Canada 🙂

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