Woman’s Eclectic 10′ Wide Tiny House in Texas Tiny Home Community

What's better than life in a beautiful tiny home of your own? Parking in a community with kind neighbors.

Robyn's bohemian extra-wide tiny house is just as delightful as her personality is infectious.

This is perfectly fitting since a tiny home should be a self-reflection of its owner. We love how incredibly livable her space is, inside and out.

Inside her tiny home, she has a spacious living room & kitchen, two beds, and a stackable washer/dryer. Robyn enjoys the shared tiny home community spaces in Tiny Lots on the Prairie, as well as extra living space on her covered porch.

Robyn knew she wanted to transition into a tiny home on wheels after her kids left home.

She hired a builder to build her dream retirement home with all the things she holds dear, from family heirlooms to whimsical decor.

"I didn't want anything in a box, because you keep stuff in a box even though grandma gave it to you, or whatever. I have all those things on display...everything that makes me happy."

But, when it came time to find tiny house parking, Robyn couldn't find anything in the area Dallas, TX. Though she also enjoys the quiet of wide-open spaces. Fortunately, through the DFW Tiny House Enthusiasts Meetup group, she toured Tiny Lots on the Prairie and immediately hit it off with the owners.

Tiny Lots on the Prairie

It's located an hour outside the DFW metro area on incorporated land, with seven lots.

The only requirement from the county: install a new septic system for the tiny houses. Owners, Brett and Mindy, also installed tie-downs for each to help combat the extreme prairie winds.

All the residents, in the main house and tiny houses, have formed a tight-knit community. It's the kind of place where neighbors help neighbors, where game nights and potlucks are regular occurrences.

And most importantly, no one has to fear an untimely eviction due to a code violation.

Living at Tiny Lots, inspired Robyn to give more folks the opportunity to enjoy secure tiny house parking. So she created The Bird's Nest tiny house community. It opens in February 2020 in Cumby, Texas. Reserve your pad today!

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