Tiny House Movement Comes To Louisville
For Zachary Hornsby and Stephen Lewis, the American dream is a $15,000, 160-square-foot home on wheels. It is their way of escaping economic hardships they saw family endure during the Great Recession. "I don't want to be in that same situation, where you have to work 50 to 60 hours a week," said Hornsby, adding his mother now is selling a home valued for less than what she paid for it. Instead, Hornsby and Lewis have become part of the "tiny house" movement, in which people live in homes typically less than 200 square feet — often built atop flat-bed trailers — to avoid being saddled with a large mortgage. (From Courier-Journal.com) Read more.