Are you thinking about building your own tiny house? Wondering where you might live in this tiny house? You might be surprised to hear that there are actually quite a few tiny house communities existing in the United States as we speak.
Wondering what it’s like to live in a tiny house community? Read on to find out!
There are Pets Galore!
When you think of tiny houses, you probably think of downsizing. While it’s true that downsizing is required in order to live in a tiny house, it’s rare that owners of tiny homes will downsize on their pets.
The result of this? Pets galore!
When you go to a tiny house community, you will instantly notice how many dog and cats are running around the grounds.
The Majority of Time is Spent Outdoors
As you might imagine, when people live in a tiny house neighborhood, they spend the vast majority of their time outdoors. The reason for this is probably fairly obvious. No one wants to spend all day cooped up in a little room with no space to move.
Tiny house dwellers highly value their gardens, their fire pits, and their porches. Whether they’re on their computers, exercising, or cooking, they will likely be doing it outside.
Close-knit Relationships are Common
In tiny house communities, community members tend to become very close. These communities are characterized by an atmosphere of camaraderie and togetherness. Everyone is always looking to help out everyone else.
It’s highly unlikely that you would go to a community of this type and not make any close friends. In fact, in a lot of cases, community members will become something close to family members.
Neighbors Work Together
As was just noted above, those living in tiny home communities together are a lot like family members. They look out for one another, they help one another, and they work together.
Dealing with a faulty water heater? Your neighbors have been there, too, and can help you to remedy the problem.
Having trouble painting your home? You can be almost assured that a neighbor or two will come over and help you out.
In fact, cooperation is needed in tiny house communities as a means of keeping them neat and tidy.
Food is Plentiful
The truth of the matter is that, if you’re living in a tiny house village, you will never go hungry. In these communities, food is plentiful, and neighbors are always eager to share.
Not only are communal potlucks common, lending is common as well. A neighbor or two is always ready and willing to provide you with an ingredient that you don’t have.
Interested in Joining a Tiny House Community?
Are you interested in joining a tiny house community? Looking to build a tiny house of your own? If so, you’re in the right place.
Coze Living has tons of information on tiny house living, helping you not only to create your own tiny house but acclimate yourself to the tiny house culture as well.
Have any questions? Contact us.