Tiny houses aren’t just for people with minimalist lifestyles or can afford to live out of a backpack. They’re also an option for people who want to take the next step in downsizing their living space, whether they’re moving into assisted living or simply want to save money on rent.
Most People in Tiny Houses Are in Their Late Thirties
According to a study from the University of California, Davis, most people living in tiny houses are in their late thirties. The average age of someone living in a tiny house is 37.5 years old, ranging from 26 to 60 years old. The average age for men is 34.4 years old, and the average age for women is 38.5 years old. Couples have an average age of 35.1 years old.
The Average Time Someone Spends Living in A Tiny House Is Two Years
The average time someone spends living in a tiny house is two years.
That number is skewed by people who stay for decades and those who stay just a few months, though it’s important to know if you’re considering the lifestyle yourself. If you want to make sure that your tiny house experience isn’t limited to one of these extremes, then it would be wise to stick around for at least three years.
Be aware that there are outliers on either end of the spectrum: Some folks have spent less than six months in their tiny homes and others have been there for nearly 30 years! However, most people fall somewhere between those two ends—and that means two or three years sounds like a good bet when planning out how long you might want your version of “tiny living” to last.
People Who Have Lived in Tiny Houses Keep Smaller, More Mobile Houses When They Leave
If you’re considering downsizing your living space, a tiny house is a great way to test the waters. The houses are small but mobile, so it’s easy to see how well you can live in less space and if it’s something that works for you.
If living in a tiny house doesn’t work out, then at least you have some experience with living in smaller spaces that could help when looking for another place or apartment as well as an idea of what kind of home would work best for your needs.
Even Though People Don’t Spend Their Whole Lives in Tiny Houses; It’s a Good Alternative for Some People
You don’t have to spend your whole life in a tiny house, but you might find that it’s an affordable and sustainable way to live long-term. If you’re interested in downsizing, consider building your own, or look into buying one from someone who’s already done the work. The options are endless and can range anywhere from $1-10k depending on what kind of materials are used, but it’s worth taking the time to research before making any final decisions!
This is just one example of how living tiny can bring about more positive changes than negative ones: by reducing our carbon footprint, we can also reduce our waste output which means less garbage for landfills (and hopefully no animals getting stuck inside).
Tiny houses are a viable option for someone who wants to downsize their life and live more simply. The average time someone spends living in one is two years, but many people stay longer than that. There are also plenty of people who keep tiny houses even after they leave them; sometimes, they’re too big to live in but not big enough to sell or rent out fully furnished
I’m Theodore, and I love tiny houses. In fact, I’m the author of Tiny House 43, a book about tiny houses that are also tree houses. I think they’re magical places where imaginations can run wild and adventures are just waiting to happen.
While tree houses are often associated with childhood, they can be the perfect adult retreat. They offer a cozy space to relax and unwind, surrounded by nature. And since they’re typically built on stilts or raised platforms, they offer stunning views that traditional homes simply can’t match.
If you’re looking for a unique and romantic getaway, a tree house tiny house might just be the perfect option.