Arizona’s First Tiny Home Community is Located in Lakeside, Arizona
Times are changing, the need for things is becoming less important as smaller living spaces rise in popularity. This new tiny living craze isn’t just attracting the young, but all ages, including the senior community. Getting back to the basics is what it’s all about. Letting go of all the responsibilities of a big house with a high priced mortgage and trading it all for a simpler life with more time to enjoy life.
The tiny-house movement is an architectural and social movement that advocates for downsizing living spaces, simplifying, and essentially “living with less.” Cool!
The nine to five job in many cases has turned into a remote position making this tiny home lifestyle possible. RV sales are skyrocketing, and RV parks are booking up faster than ever before. Lock-downs and travel restrictions have put people on the road, and the realization that tiny living has the possibility of becoming a reality. Tiny homes come in all shapes, types, and sizes, whatever your preference, RV or tiny home, there are suitable options for you.
No worries, not all tiny homes are off grid, the first tiny home park is already a reality in Lakeside, Arizona with all the modern conveniences, check it out HERE. I have a feeling this concept of tiny living is going to be huge in the near future, with communities popping up across the nation.
If your tossing around the idea of tiny home living, or just curious, the video below is packed with information about building a tiny home in Lakeside, Arizona. Learn about space rent, utilities, and view photos of the community. A real bonus goes along with living in this community, greenhouses, solar panels, chicken coops, and any other green aspects are welcome in this community. Yay!
I’m fascinated by the tiny house movement, although I’ve no intention of taking that journey. However, the thought of having a tiny house on our property as a rental certainly has sparked an interest. I must admit, having fun researching the possibilities.
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