Surprising things about staying in a 212-square-foot tiny house – Insider

The kitchen can get messy — fast.

An arrow points to a cluttered countertop.

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Everything in the tiny house had a designated place, but if you didn’t keep up with organizing, it could get messy. 

Within minutes of unloading the groceries we packed for the three-day stay, I already felt overwhelmed by the clutter in our tiny house.

Our takeout food was packed onto one counter, the minifridge quickly filled up, and although we had plenty of storage for the dry goods, I thought the open-concept shelving made it impossible for our groceries to look organized. 

The tiny house also made me realize that if I wanted to re-create the tiny-house staircase storage in my home, I’d want to add cabinet doors to disguise the clutter. 


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This tiny house in Vaughan is for sale for a whopping $11 million – blogTO

The Ontario real estate market feels like a bad joke on a good day but when a property like 1070 Nashville Road comes up, it feels like that joke went a bit too far. 

Listed for $11,280,000 is this two-bedroom, one-bathroom bungalow with a two car garage. 

Now it’s safe to assume that the home itself isn’t worth $11 million because there aren’t even shots of the interior of the house. 

However, the listing does mention a relatively new geothermal furnace and roof, so there’s a chance it’s livable. It also apparently has a “galley kitchen and granite counters” but again none of that is even remotely worth its obscene price tag. 

As the …….


Raleigh City Council approves the use of tiny homes – WTVD-TV

RALEIGH, N.C. (WTVD) — In a unanimous vote, the Raleigh city council approved the use of tiny homes in city limits.

“This is a major step forward, and I would be happy to second your motion council member (Jonathan) Melton,” said Mayor Mary-Ann Baldwin.

Baldwin is a leader in pushing for this project for several years to help with affordable housing in the area.

Dexter Tillett is co-owner of Tiny Homes Raleigh

“For me, the reason why I started this company is to make an impact in Raleigh with affordable housing,” Tillett said.

Up until now, Tiny Homes Raleigh has primarily been only building accessory dwelling units (ADUs), which are placed in the back of an already exist…….