From the writers at The Daily Herald.
Deborah Athay, a millennial professional who lives and works in Lehi, would live in a tiny home tomorrow, if there was a place to put it.
“These are as good as a house, they are just small,” Athay said July 16 at the Tiny House Workshop at Cabela’s in Lehi. “As a millennial, there is a cost affordability, and it holds its value. I’ve been looking into these for years, but the only thing – the only thing – holding me back is where to put it.”
The Tiny Home movement is a worldwide change in the way people use their living spaces. Instead of homes that average around 2,000 square feet, tiny homes are 100 to about 300 square feet, with their larger brothers — referred to as micro-homes — coming in at 400 to 700 square feet. Tiny homes and micro-homes creatively maximize a small footprint — utilizing lofts, clever storage options, and employing high efficient and environmentally-friendly appliances and utilities.
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