We wrote about a tiny house going up for rent back in February, HERE, in a neighborhood that we will generously call “College Park Adjacent” but it’s basically Lockhart.
The RV park on Lake Fairview [Gmap] that hosts that same house is now embracing the tiny house lifestyle. With the help of a current resident, the property owner Adam Money, is looking to transition his RV park into a tiny home community.
The average tiny house owner, according to an article by MyFoxOrlando.com, tends to be around 50 years old, have no mortgage, and little debt. The average tiny house costs around $23,000.
The RV park is ideal for tiny house living as it has access to sewage, water and electric utilities and is within a short drive to downtown and other Main Street districts.
Money has a tiny house available for rent and is hoping to have seven new tiny homes on the property by mid-June. According to the interview cited above, Money isn’t asking any of the RV residents to vacate the park, but his goal is to have 80% of his lots holding tiny houses in the near future.
Here are some photos of some of our favorite tiny houses on Pinterest.