As the small living scene adapts, three Oregon couples have gone all in on construction of high-end tiny homes. Tiny Heirloom is poised to be a big player in a culture starting to value customization and refinement.
Plenty of people make the move from a smaller to a larger space, but what about the other way around? For an insider’s perspective we spoke with Marilyn Andersen, Principal Broker at Hoyt Realty Group.
Once a sleepy spot for homesteads and farms, today the picturesque and family-friendly city of Lake Oswego (or ‘Lake O’ as some refer to it) is decidedly more developed but still worth a visit, whether you’re spending an afternoon or simply passing through.
Perhaps most famous for its annual Shakespeare festival, Ashland is worthy of a visit year-round. It boasts enough to delight all the senses, from its culinary delights to its robust music and arts scene, and all feature sweeping views of the Rogue Valley as backdrop.
With populations booming and people becoming ever more aware of their impact on the Earth, it seems only natural that our home sizes are shrinking and the tiny-house movement is here to stay.