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Amy Rock - Powers, MI
Offering: place to park a tiny house, $100/month plus electricity. Garden hose to hook up for water. Next to the coolest little coffeehouse with free entertainment on the weekends. Musicians and artists are very much encouraged to come!
Date available: 07/14/2015
Powers, MI, United States
|Beach RV Park|
Beach RV Park - 2505 Portola Drive, Santa Cruz, CA
Offering: We are a small RV park near the ocean (16 sites). We have no tiny houses at this point but would like to have some or all of our sites filled by tiny houses. This is a very desirable location where the housing is super expensive so our monthly rate is $725. This includes all utilities and cable tv. We have no vacancies at this time but would welcome applications (print out from our website.
Contact: email@example.com or 831-462-2505.
Santa Cruz, CA, United States
Boneyard Studios is a tiny house showcase in Washington, DC.
Washington, D.C., DC
Brian Hartley - Azle, TX
Offering: A micro farming community (startup) 1/2 Acre lots available for long term parking of tiny houses and agricultural use from $150 per month. Larger lots and acreage available for larger farming plans.
Date available: 09/01/2014
Azle, TX, United States
|city of Spur, TX|
In northwest Texas, the tiny town of Spur became the first "tiny house friendly" town in America, with no minimum size requirement for homes on foundations. Tiny houses on wheels are welcome if the wheels are removed and the house is tied down.
Spur, TX, United States
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