Supporting the Tiny House Movement and Affordable Farm Housing: Our farm is trying a new program by allowing tiny houses and tiny cabins as farm worker housing. All structures on the farm are required to be built to county code and obtain all proper permits.
Tiny Houses may be able to provide affordable housing to low income families across the country. The tiny homes are affordable, sustainable and reduce our environmental footprint!
Our farm will feature mico tiny homes on display but since we are a long-term project the farm housing and small cabins that may be built on the farm as permanent farm worker housing will be 400-750 square feet. This ensures the comfort and safety of residents.
Micro Tiny Homes: 90-300 square feet. You often see these models as Tiny House on Wheels- THOW which are featured on the TV shows.
Tiny Cabins: 400-800 square feet.
It is our belief that Tiny Houses and Cabins should ALWAYS be built to local building codes and/or be built with an RV certification. Some individuals have built a tiny home for an average of $15,000-$30,000- others have used salvaged materials and built their entire tiny homes for under $8000! This means you could have your home free and clear for the price of the average a car!
Many Tiny Homes range from 200 square feet which can be built on a trailer to make it portable or can include small 500-800 square foot Tiny Cottages.
The tiny house movement is allowing individuals to live and enjoy life almost debt free!
The Tiny Home Project at Wildwoods Farm was created to support sustainable environmental building while also serving as an educational model for affordable housing options for the environmentally conscious, retired, low-income, and/or farm worker housing. More and more everyday people are turning Small Home Options.
Our Farm Housing Project is only open to people working on our farm, farm workers or farm students.