In the February 2020 issue of D-Magazine featured the Lake Dallas Tiny Home Village. This a community specifically design for tiny houses. Below is a link to the D-Magazine article. Three of the four the tiny homes featured in this article or home that were built by Indigo River Tiny Homes.
Tyshae Walton affectionately named her tiny house "Journey" and it is a 32' homesteader model built by Indigo River Tiny Homes.
Walton has been in her house about four months and hopes to add another tenant soon. “I plan on having a dog,” the Los Angeles native says. Inspired to radically reduce her residential footprint for “the simplicity of it all, the geographical freedom, and the ownership,”
Jamie and Malone Waters fondly named their tiny house "Ramblin' Rose" and it is a 24 ft. rambler model built by Indigo River Tiny Homes.
“We loved the interior wood accents and the split-level loft,” Jamie says. The family cats, Kiki and Leon, also dig it. Buying a tiny house allowed the couple to own a residence while avoiding the long-term commitment of a mortgage. It also meant they’d have less stuff. “We were surprised at how much we actually had in our old apartment".
Micah and Ryan Eady lovingly named their tiny house "Wanderlust" and it is a 32 ft. homesteader model built by Indigo River Tiny Homes.
When friends and family heard Eady was planning to live in a tiny house, she says, they thought she was insane. Over time, though the vibe shifted to a more positive angle, some skepticism has remained. She lives in her little space with her 10-year-old daughter, Ryan, and two pets: a Shepherd dog, Hershey, and their super affectionate cat, Mr. Beau Buttons. “This was part of my journey to financial freedom,” the single mom says. “It creates more opportunities for my daughter, increases time for fun, decreases hours spent on home maintenance; and I really love how quick it is to clean!”