Tiny House Gives Financial Freedom In Expensive City

Situated on a stunning property on the outskirts of Vancouver, Canada, one of the world’s most expensive real estate markets, is a beautiful on wheels which has given a hard working couple , the opportunity to escape the trappings of the crazy housing market and the ability to look forward to an .

Luke and Leah got off to an early start in life. Married at 19 and 20 and with kids soon to follow, they quickly fell into the common paradigm of mortgage debt and Vancouver’s incredibly expensive real estate market where a home on the city limits is still likely to cost close to 1 million dollars.

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Dreaming of a simple life, the couple fell in love with the concept of , and decided to pursue their downsizing dream after their youngest child’s graduation. The couple set out to construct an absolutely stunning tiny home on wheels, off-the-grid capable with solar panels and water collection and some stunning design to make the house a comfortable home.

Presented and Produced by: Bryce Langston
Camera: Bryce Langston & Rasa Pescud
Editing: Rasa Pescud

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20 Comments

  1. I hope you all enjoy this weeks episode! For those of you who are interested in building your own tiny house, I’ll be speaking this weekend at the West Coast Small Home Expo in BC. Virtual tickets are available so you can watch from anywhere in the world: http://bit.ly/2W2sT4s – see you there!

  2. “Less stressed out” I’m sorry but look at the husbands eyes… he has massive bags and looks like a raccoon…
    “Retire early” no I don’t think so, not the way you splurge on huge TVs that in no way fit the space.. BTW… how lovely to put a placard on the top left side of your sons room speaking about drinking🤦🏻‍♂️ I thing you guys are sad. Stop trying to live ghetto fabulous to what you cannot afford. You talk about traveling??? Where are you going to move your house to??? As you said, you don’t even know how the sun panels work🤦🏻‍♂️
    You have a cage outside for your cats, when there are bears roaming around??? Wtf!!! You are asking for bears to come around. Lame!!! Buy a normal house!! For what you paid to live in that neighborhood just cuz it’s an expensive area, it’s stupid

  3. Nicest one of this style I have ever seen. The only things I would want different would be an outdoor cat space that was longer with access to the ground with some plants inside it, plus a taller bedroom ceiling so I didn’t have to crouch and crab crawl to bed. So guess my tiny house would have to be a more permanent fixture! Can’t imagine it fitting under power lines bridges and subways etc otherwise. Maybe we need someone to invent a way to be able to fold down safely, the pitched roof to lay flat for traveling purposes. Any takers????Thanks to Luke and Leah for sharing their dream with us and thanks so much Bryce for tracking them down and doing your usual great job of interviewing.

  4. Absolutely love this home. It is so spacious and functional. Love the way it is decorated and I especially love the catio. I would be slightly worried about the bears but at least 🐻 are easy to see and I would rather a bear than a brown snake or funnel web or red back. Beautiful tiny home. xx

  5. i look forward to these videos every week, as much as i love the tiny houses, i love getting to know the people and their stories. so wonderful!

  6. This tiny house is definitely one of my favorites! I love the setup and all the wood, especially the wood ceiling. And I especially love that it is in the woods. I love Luke and Leah, they are soo cute! I could easily be friends with them. I relate to cat people and animal lovers easily.

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