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Tiny House Hunters follows home seekers across the country as they look to downsize, way down. They'll check out three unique streamlined houses under 600 square feet before deciding on the perfect compact kingdom to call home. When it comes to choosing one and making an offer, will they join the tiny house movement or stick with wide-open spaces? Viewers will be on the edge of their seats waiting to see what these Tiny House Hunters ultimately decide.
A growing family of five decide to go tiny in Fullerton, Cal., where they search for a moveable house with separate sleeping spaces for the kids and a full bathroom as they prepare to embark on the adventure of a lifetime.
A mother and daughter who love animals are hoping to simplify their lives and gain financial freedom when they seek a tiny house in Woodinville, Wash. Their wish list on a budget of $50,000 includes separate sleeping areas and enough space for two dogs, a bearded dragon and a guinea pig.
Illinois parents decide to go tiny for their first family home, thinking this is the perfect way to start their lives debt-free by avoiding a large mortgage and recapturing the simple lifestyle of India.
A Texas transplant goes tiny for a steampunk-style home on wheels in Austin, where she's beginning a new career as an esthetician. But her search finds her struggling to compromise when it comes to such comforts as a full kitchen and bathtub.
A Winston-Salem, N.C., couple hope to live life to the fullest by going tiny.
A Vancouver, Wash., couple want to start over in a tiny home with their son.
Andrew and Raquel of Delray Beach, Fla. try the minimalist approach; the couple heads to Memphis in hopes of finding a mobile tiny house they can park at home or take on the road; while Raquel prefers cottage chic, Andrew isn't so sure.
Raul and Kim downsize their 2,000-square-foot house to live mortgage-free and spend more time with their three young children.
Wade and Hodges decide to downsize by living and working on a boat and splitting their time between Charleston and the Caribbean; Wade wants a classic monohull while Hodges hopes for a catamaran.
Having lived tiny while teaching in South Korea, Wisconsin student Jeffrey wants to live tiny full time to escape a large mortgage; he hopes to land a job in a national park after graduation and wants something mobile.
A single mother from Anderson, S.C., has already downsized from a large home into a smaller apartment and is prepared to go further to show her teenagers the benefits of living tiny.
New York bed and breakfast owners bet the farm on going tiny; with their business booming, they look to move into a tiny home on their property while guests use their main farmhouse.
Heather and Beau seek a home to raise their son in Topanga Canyon in the Santa Monica Mountains; she wants a bohemian-chic style; he wants a rustic cabin.
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