Young family “look forward to a bright future” in their tiny home

Moving into a “tiny home” is becoming an affordable and sustainable choice for many people  including young families.

Asheville-based couple Andrew and Rachel built a tiny home, only seven-metres in length, in a stunning forest location, to accommodate them and their young son. The metal and cedar-wood clad tiny home features a master bedroom on the ground floor and a loft space, housing a kids bedroom and a guest room.

The tiny home was recently featured in the video series, Living Big In A Tiny House.

Bryce, founder of Living Big In A Tiny House, said: “For this young family, building a tiny house on wheels was the ideal way of creating a lifestyle which affords them freedom from debt.

“Asheville was hit especially hard in the 2008 financial collapse and many families lost their homes. With memories of that situation still vivid, the idea of building a home, albeit a tiny one, and being able to do so without incurring debt was wonderfully alluring. Living in a smaller home now allows the family to save more of their money, spend more quality time together and look forward to a bright future.”

Living Big In A Tiny House

Rosa Medea is Life & Soul Magazine’s Chief. She is a writer who specialises in sustainable lifestyle and living, wellbeing, and entertainments. Rosa also works as a psychic, counsellor, intuitive reader and spiritual life coach helping people to become who they truly are and manifest their heart & soul’s desires into their lives: www.rosalindmedea.com

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