NextDoor Housing has come up with a genius solution for extended stays. Their line of rental tiny homes offers convenient, accessible, independent housing that provides people of all ages the amenities they need.
The company started when Jesse Lammi and John Louiselle realized that the tiny living movement was the answer for families worrying about their aging relatives. The two founded NextDoor Housing so that people like Louiselle’s own Grandma Shirley could have a place to stay and be near her family. Each unit is 30 feet long, fully wheelchair accessible, and is a licensed RV — meaning it can travel.
NextDoor Housing prides itself on the simplicity of its service. Once you’ve made sure you have the space, the team constructs the tiny home, connects it to your existing water and power systems, and is always accessible to help manage it. Beyond that, each tiny home is a brilliant way to live large in a small space.
The windows let in plenty of light, and the high ceilings keep the interior feeling open and airy.
While the main bed is on the ground floor, there is also a sleeping loft, should grandchildren or others visitors choose to spend the night.
The dining table and counter space offers enough room for eating, crafting, and even playing board games.
The low countertops and 8-foot wide space allows full wheelchair accessibility, even in the bathroom.
These homes are fully equipped for plumbing, making the living experience as independent as you choose.
They also happen to look great on the outside, don’t you think? For Grandma Shirley, this tiny home allows her to retain her independence while being secure in the knowledge her family is close by. “I wouldn’t need any more than this,” she enthuses.
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