KNOXVILLE (WATE) – Tiny houses have grown in popularity over the last decade, popping up around the country as more people decide downsize their lives.
An Oak Ridge non-profit is taking on the challenge to see if tiny houses could also provide affordable housing to those in need.
The Community Project wants to use a brand of tiny homes called NOMAD Micro Homes. The houses are in the average price range of $28,000, making them an affordable option.
Currently the organization is accepting donations to purchase a home to set up as a model for future developments.
For more information on the Community Project visit their website, thecommunityproject.org.