“Imagine living costs so low that you can actually watch your bank account grow just from your government pension. That’s just one of the benefits that Peter Matheson discovered when he built and moved into his off-the-grid, super tiny house on wheels in Grand Forks, British Columbia.”
For very tall people the idea of building a tiny house may be quite daunting. When designed well though, it’s amazing just how comfortable a tiny house can be for us giants!
If you’re a young family who want to move into a tiny house, this could be the perfect design for you! Built with the modern family in mind, this home is constructed to be completely non-toxic, using natural materials and has been designed to include a separate room for the kids as well as a private home office space.
Here’s another advantage to tiny house living: due to the low cost of tiny houses you can pay off the home fairly quickly and be mortgage free in your retirement years. I found two interesting videos on this topic so I’ve combined them into one blog post.
“We saw this DIY off grid tiny house on wheels by the side of the road on our way to PEI for a mini vacation (first one in a long time!). We fell in love with it and had to pull over to film a quick video about it.
“From Olive Nest Tiny Homes is The Elsa, a 28-foot tiny house that was featured on Season 6, Episode 2 of Tiny House, Big Living! The 323-square-foot tiny home comes with a separate pergola trailer with porch swing and greenhouse.