Tiny Haven

Danielle LaRock and Jonathan Carnill are the founders of Tiny Haven, which offers unique tiny homes, airstream, and cabin rentals in the Harpers Ferry, VA area. Danielle and Jonathan have purchased 3 small houses (2 on wheels), plus an airstream. On the road to creating their business, they ran into some legal hurdles that required them to move all three of their tinies. We'll cover it all in this interview.

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In This Episode:

  • From 2600 square feet to a tiny house
  • Parking troubles and regulations
  • How do you figure out the rent for parking?
  • Making a living through the rentals
  • Future plans (including a skoolie!)
  • RV and tiny house systems issues
  • Buried cisterns provide water
  • Composting toilet talk πŸ’©
  • Tips for finding tiny house parking

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Danielle LaRock and Jonathan Carnill

Danielle LaRock and Jonathan Carnill

Danielle LaRock and Jonathan Carnill are the founders of Tiny Haven, which offers unique tiny homes, airstream, and cabin rentals in the Harpers Ferry, VA area. Danielle and Jonathan have purchased 3 small houses (2 on wheels), plus an airstream. On the road to creating their business, they ran into some legal hurdles that required them to move all three of their tinies. We'll cover it all in this interview.

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