Have you ever thought it would be cool to have a tiny house in your backyard?

Well my friend Jenn (you can read all about her story right here) is looking for a place to park her adorable tiny house in the North Carolina area.

Jenn is such a cool girl - we became friends in the Tiny Transition + Downsizing course (she's a student!) and she's just one of those people that you admire for taking action, living life to the fullest, and being brave in everything she does. Jenn is also a writer - who doesn't want a writer in a tiny house in their yard? It's seriously adorably perfect.

Here's what Jen told me about what she's looking for in a tiny house parking space:

"Hi!  I’m Jenn.  I’m in the process of building a 144 sq. foot tiny house that is built on an 8’ x 20’ flatbed trailer.

I am looking for a place to put it in Lake Norman, preferably in Davidson or Cornelius, but will take anywhere in the LKN area! 

The only hook-ups I will need are water (a hose from an outdoor faucet) and electric (an extension cord from an outdoor outlet).  I am using a “waterless toilet” so I won’t require a sewage hook-up.  I also plan to put a “wrap” around the bottom of the house once it’s in place so you won’t be able to see the trailer or the wheels.

I am a thirty-something single professional with 2 small, well-behaved dogs so I am a quiet neighbor.  I will pay my portion of utilities outright and am willing to pay a small monthly fee for renting space on your property if needed.  I can also offer pet-sitting/dog-walking services in exchange or help out with gardening, shopping, etc.

If you have a place for me to “park” my house, please email me at jbaxter29 (at) gmail.com.

Thank you!!"

 

If you want to know more about Jenn and her tiny house, please visit her blog right here.

Thanks for being such a great part of this community!

 

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AuthorMariah Coz