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The Flume: Tiny houses are small, but the movement is big

From the writers at The Flume. 

Tiny homes can be spotted in Park County, though you may need special magnifying gear to find them. What are tiny houses and who cares?

Tiny houses are homes that come in all sizes and shapes, but with one thing in common, they are small. They can be as small as 65 square feet and up to 800 square feet.

Per the National Association of Home Builders, the median size of the typical family home in the U.S. is over 2300 square feet.

Tiny houses are bigger than just their size; they are a lifestyle, a culture, and a community of shared values.

They are provoking world-wide fascination with multiple websites dedicated to tiny home builders, photos, even television shows such as “Tiny House Hunters.”

To read the full story by The Flume, click here.

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