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Tiny House Hunting follows realtors as they help a pair of tiny homeseekers find the perfect existing mini-space. Whether it's a potentialfull-time home in the Rockies or a tiny beach getaway on the coast of Florida,each potential homeowner will be shown three different abodes and then decidewhich is the best fit for them. Thirteen half-hour episodes will showcasefamilies on the hunt for something new while bringing a fresh perspective to‘scaling back.'
On a trip from D.C. to California's wine country a few years ago, Keith and Rob discovered how much they love the place. So much so that they decided to move to San Francisco permanently just so they could continue spending their days off strolling the vineyards and tasting wine. Now they're putting the next phase of their plan into action--buy a tiny home there. That is, if they can afford it. Tiny or not, real estate with wine country views can get pricey.
Boise based writer Elisabeth McKetta and her husband James Stead have a tiny quandary on their hands. They know they want to by a tiny house but they each want one for completely different reasons. Elizabeth wants a 200 square foot writer's shack that she can escape to in order to work on her novel, whereas James wants a 500 square foot summer retreat that he and the kids can enjoy while Elizabeth works part-time in Boston. With help from designer and architect Derek Hurd, hopefully this story has a happy ending.
Jon is Honolulu born and bred. He went to college in Ithaca, New York, but migrated right back to his Pacific paradise when he was done with school. He's a physical therapist, Ironman triathlete, and an eligible bachelor with a gonzo social life. And at the age of 30, he's ready to buy his first home. The problem is that Honolulu real estate is ridiculously expensive. So Jon's got his sights set on a tiny bachelor pad--long on style, light on price. And since he's a real estate virgin, he's got his wingman Scott backing him up on the hunt.
San Diego dwellers Carleigh and Kevin are getting ready for an intense 9 weeks. Specifically, they'll be buying their first home, and welcoming their first child into the world.... hopefully in that order! They're determined to be close to the beach, and are willing to go tiny to make that happen. But is 500 square feet really enough space for three, even if one is a rugrat? Time will tell.
The Railsplitters is a Boulder, Colorado based bluegrass band headed by lead singer and guitarist Lauren Stovall, and now that they're blowing up she's spending long stints on the road moving from gig to gig and living in one hotel to the next. When not touring she'd love to buy and park a tiny home in the mountains outside of town instead of always having to crash on friends' couches, and it'd be pretty cool to have a creative space to write hits in and host band practice. That is, if she can find it.
Nash and Sophie are newlyweds and professional cooks at a high end restaurant in Salt Lake City. But to become chefs in the ultra-competitive culinary world, they need to be nimble. That means pulling up stakes and moving to a new city whenever opportunities arise. So they've decided to buy a tiny home on wheels from a builder in Nampa, Idaho who specializes in trailable tiny houses. Nash and Sophie quickly discover that in the world of tiny living, every square inch counts, and ingenuity is the key to successful design.
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