Laura and Rory spent one whole year building their tiny home in Vancouver, British Columbia, and it is one of the most well-thought spaces we’ve seen yet! Their barn shaped roofline expands the interior living space without compromising aesthetic. Other features include a storage staircase, full shower, compost toilet, full range, concrete countertop, and much more!
Vancouver’s housing market has skyrocketed in recent years, causing residents to look into alternatives. Laura and Rory decided to design and build a tiny house as an affordable alternative to purchasing a standard home in the city.
After advertising on Craigslist, Laura and Rory found what they thought was the perfect parking spot in Vancouver. They moved in, but before long they received a “tiny house eviction.” A neighbor complained, and there seemed to be no easy solution. He wanted the tiny house gone, and Laura and Rory were forced to tow their tiny home away.
Luckily, everything worked out for the best for Laura and Rory. They found a new parking spot, located just south of downtown Vancouver. The location is private and surrounded by a blueberry farm. They have an electrical and water hookup from the property’s main house. In return, they pay a small rental fee for the parking space.
Laura and Rory share tips for finding parking and photos of their tiny home on our website. Full story here: http://wp.me/p656lU-3eu