She Bought a Used TINY HOUSE to Live Simply in Montana

BEFORE BUYING A USED , READ THIS ARTICLE:
https://tinyhousegiantjourney.com/2020/09/03/used-tiny-house/

VIDEO DESCRIPTION:
Adelle downsized from a 1500 sq foot house into a used 260 sq foot . She now can afford to work less and has more time to play outside in beautiful Montana. This super simple design is all she needs!

————– CREDITS —————
VIDEOGRAPHER:
Matt Alexander
https://aerialexcellence.us/

EDITOR:
Jenna Kausal

ADDITIONAL MUSIC: https://www.epidemicsound.com/

OPENING MONTAGE DRONE SHOT: Jonathan Benabed

ADDITIONAL PHOTOS &VIDEO PROVIDED BY & WITH PERMISSION: ADELLE COLUMBUS / HOME OWNER

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21 Comments

  1. I live in Stevensville, MT as well ! Very curious where she was able to secure financing through as I have found it to be very difficult here in the Bitterroot Valley. Would definitely love to see an actual tour of this tiny! 💜💜

    • Hey Cecilia, up here in the Flathead. Great question regarding the financing. The bigger question for me is the permitting here in the state. The Bozeman project to build a Tiny House Village for those without a home approved last year, is a fabulous idea. I’m hopeful it will take off statewide, and more options open up for both financing and permitting. Cheers

  2. Love the video and that is something that I would like to do have two lofted bedrooms with doors for privacy and a couch downstairs that would turn into a bed too

  3. no matter where you’ve lived…Montana is the Last Best Place. Love your vision, love your tiny home, love that it’s here. Cheers from the Flathead

  4. Nice video!
    Like the cost breakdown of everything.
    Would’ve been nice to know what she does for a living, just from the human-interest side of things.

    • @Adelle Columbus Wow! that’s cool! I think it’s awesome what you have done. It’s inspirational to see young people making the move to more sustainable, alternative lifestyles.
      I spent my youth growing up in a log cabin that my dad built in Northern Canada with just a few hand tools. He bought 2 acres of land for $120 back in the 1960’s and the rest was paid for with nothing but sweat equity. I live in Balrimore now and I kind of did the same thing that my dad did, but in the inner city. As an urban pioneer, I bought my 1920’s, fixer upper row house for $50K. My mortgage payment was $500 a month. I knocked out my mortgage in less than 10 years by paying extra principle each month. Now, like my dad, I have a completely financially sustainable lifestyle. I could quit or lose my job tommorrow and not have to worry about money for years because I live totally debt free. Living in the inner city, the only thing I don’t have is the view of the Montana skyline from my window. But everything is a trade off. In Northern Canada, we had world class views, but we didn’t have Whole Foods. I have one near me; it’s about 25 minutes by skateboard. Like I said, everything is a trade off. Tiny houses are definitely cool though. I’d like to evetually build one myself some day. Anyway, thanks for sharing your story with us and best of luck to you!

  5. My dream to live less and live more is tiny home with hubby and my one and only 4 legged baby. I want to experience the balance of life and outdoor life with no financial heaviness.

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