Season 2, Episode 2

Going From A Ranch To A Tiny Home In Northern California

Leslie, an artist, recently sold what she thought was her dream home. It was a ranch with 3000 square feet of living space and 20 acres for her beloved horses to roam. But, after she contracted Lyme disease, taking care of such a large property was too much Now that she's recovered, she wants to buy her next home. This time around, she's decided to go tiny. She's looking for a place that is less than 400 square feet and on wheels, so that it can be mobile. Her plan is to park her tiny house right next to her horse pasture in the Sonoma County town of Sebastopol, California. The only problem? Even though Leslie is going small, she wants to fit some of her normal size furniture and appliances into her home. Most importantly, there must be enough wall space for her large artwork. With the help of her friend, Kelly, she'll have to decide what she can live with and without.
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