Tennessee Tiny Homes News
Newport home to dozens of new tiny homes Sept. 12th, 2019
It’s all happening off a side road in Newport, Tennessee. Now people are moving to a Cocke County and jobs are being created. “We’ve got 68 people moving to Cocke County from all over the United States. From New Mexico. From Washington. From Arizona. While this may have you itching to invest in a tiny home, be mindful of strict local regulations and coding. Cocke County has embraced them but regulations on what defines ‘a house’ haven’t caught up everywhere.
“The county is open to tiny homes. There’s no restrictions,” Jones said.
New zoning rules reshaping the future of Knoxville August 14th, 2019
Knoxville City Council passed “Recode Knoxville” Tuesday night, which will change the 50-year-old zoning rules and maps across the city.
Homeowners will be able to add Accessory Dwelling Units, which is like backyard tiny homes or a grandmother’s suite.
Tennessee subdivision hosting first ‘Parade of Tiny Homes’ next month August 9th, 2019
The Parade will feature 11 unique fully furnished tiny homes, including three designer cottages by Berkshire Hathaway.
Tiny Homes Concept Takes Off- Nashville July 16th, 2019
Here at Deer Lick Falls Retreat, 40 tiny homes have already sold in a matter of two and a half weeks, in total, there’s 48.
The tiny home price varies depending on style and location. But most are between $100,000 and $200,000. Most styles are just under 500 square feet, equipped with tall ceilings, places to sleep, soak, sit, and sizzle, plus, there’s a loft.
At this festival, there is big demand for tiny houses June 3rd, 2019
Nashville, Tennessee — Tiny homes sat in the shadow of Nashville, Tennessee’s biggest buildings on Sunday, as Nissan Stadium hosted the Tennessee Tiny Living Festival.