I have once again pushed my skilled Home Hunter qualities to the limit. During the past few days, I have been tracking our search results pages to bring you one more of our Picks of the month. The fact is that during this research I diddily ding dong have discovered really nice and tiny jeweleenos. I can imagine what you may be thinking: She has been infected by the Ned Flanders syndrome! But reality is not that cool. The reason why I am writing this way is because in this Picks of the month edition, I will show you an exquisite selection of the nicest tiny homes I have found throughout our website. In fact, I would not mind to riddly-spend a noodly-season in one of them…
Over the past few years, tiny houses have become a thing. Beyond being just little houses, they represent a lifestyle, inspired by the idea of having a simpler life. The followers of this trend justify it by the appealing mantra of the less I own, the freer I am. Many other follow this trend based on the consciousness of the environment. There are also financial reasons to make the step and live in a tiny house. A paper about mortgages in the United States confirms that the 68% of tiny houses owners don’t need mortgages to pay their homes. Even at Harvard some students have designed their own tiny houses!
City of Angels
15 minutes away from Griffith Park, this tiny bungalow has a huge garden. A real piece of heaven in the city of Angels. Find more information about this earthly dwelling through this link.
Hänsel and Gretel
This little pink house located in Gentofte, Denmark, looks like it has been taken out of a fairy tale written by the Grimm brothers. The sweetest part of this tale? It is the description that the owner writes about the house. It was built in 1625 and has belonged to the same family for more than 90 years! The owner was even born there! In spite of being very ancient, the property is in excellent conditions. What about the back door? You will just jump into the lake! Find more information about this kind of Pink Panter house through this link.
Idyllic rural retreat in Sweden
This 33 square metre house with attic is located to the west of Stockholm, in the Uppsala province. If you really want to join the simple life vibe and be in contact with nature, this is your place to be! It is not very difficult to imagine myself sunbathing is the warm swede sun while eating some herrings and having a glass of wine… Don’t you? Find more information about this property in through link.
What do you think about tiny houses? Even if there are many detractors of this style, would you move to a tiny house? Share your opinion with us!