Amid Obstacles, Tiny Homes Gaining Popularity in Bay Area

Tired of watching their earnings evaporate every month to cover rent and other basics, Aaron Castle and his fiancee, Candace Anderson, made a decision to go tiny.

They downsized their closets and got rid of many other possessions and today live in a 139-square-foot cedar shingle cottage on wheels that they built. The dwelling is smaller than a two-car garage but has everything they need: a kitchen with a three-burner range and stove, a bathtub, bathroom with a compostable toilet and an upstairs loft that’s big enough to fit a king-size bed…

One Response to Amid Obstacles, Tiny Homes Gaining Popularity in Bay Area

  1. Carol says:

    Those two are famous on the Peninsula. The article isn’t 100% correct, but it’s good this is getting attention.

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