Local Designers Hope to Inspire Yakima Residents to Join “Tiny House Movement”

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The tiny house experience is all about going “back to basics.”

“I was kind of the inspiration way back. I thought about building a tiny house for myself, to live tiny. I want to get rid of all the extra things I have in closets I haven’t used in 10 years,” said designer Darin Tusler.

By definition, a tiny house is less than 400 square feet. This 2015 build sits at 280 square feet. For being a tiny house, we quickly learned it’s pretty spacious. There’s enough room to fit a 36″ by 36″ shower and a full size bed. So why consider buying a tiny house?

“Their kids have grown up and moved on. Maybe they don’t have a $60,000-$80,000 a year job, so they can get a tiny house reasonably cheap,” said designer Andy Davis.

So how cheap? This particular unit goes for $54,000.

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