As our search for new tiny house community space continues into 2015, we’ve spent a good bit of the past six months meeting with city officials, developers, and private landowners about some promising potential properties and partnerships. But after thinking hard about our vision and reflecting on what we’ve learned from the experiences of our last location, we prefer to purchase land that we can create and cultivate in a more permanent way.
In the meantime, though, we’ve needed temporary spaces for our tiny house community-in-exile, so we’re very excited and appreciative that our houses found temporary spots in a pair of yards in a Northeast DC neighborhood. Unfortunately organized tours will be on hiatus until we’re permanently settled, but in the meantime, here are some shots of the Pera House and Matchbox moves—many thanks to our friend Robin of Build Tiny for her expert tiny house moving skills.
Pera House move