Newlyweds are tired of city life, so they're trading their 750-square-foot condo in Jersey City, NJ, for a tiny house on a large secluded lot in the country. They both want to downsize, but exactly how tiny the house should be is up for debate.
A busy family of six from LA is downsizing from 2,500 square feet to less than 600 in Upstate New York. After looking at minuscule fixer-uppers and a rustic cabin the woods, however, the realities of going tiny may be too much to handle.
Oregon pear farmers are building a custom home on their orchard. Since they don't want to cut down any of their money-making trees, the house has to fit on a tiny 600-square-foot plot. They look at several upscale, ultra-modern prefab homes.
A quirky sound healer searches for a tiny home with twist in Los Angeles. She prefers a circular space for the good acoustics, but she's open to all kinds of unconventional homes. Her best friend joins the hunt to try to keep her from becoming too unrealistic.
A firefighter and empty nester wants to simplify her life by downsizing from her 2,400-square-foot house to a much smaller home -- really small. She's looking for a place that's no more than 300 square feet. Since she also wants the freedom to move the house anywhere, she's looking for a tiny home on wheels.
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