In 2017, Tim was given 60 days to move out of his family’s vacation home in Florida. At first, he thought about buying a traditional-size home. But as time went by, Tim realized that something that big would probably result in unused space, unnecessary belongings, more taxes, and more money. You might have heard great home ideas, here is the story of the life of a man on tiny island with two tiny houses.
Life of a Man on a Tiny Island
Davidson decided to focus just on the necessities: a bedroom, living area, small kitchen, and access to the outdoors. So a tiny home looked like the perfect solution.
Just before the deadline, he bought Tiffany, a 270-square-foot tiny house. It got its name from the colorful glass light fixtures.
It got its name from the colorful glass light fixtures.
The home has two lofts, a full bathroom, a living space, and a kitchen. After getting Tiffany, started looking for a permanent piece of land to live on.
He ended up purchasing a tiny island in Florida for $200,000. Eventually, Tim realized Tiffany probably wouldn’t survive a strong hurricane.
So he got a 320-square-foot home for $90,000, which is shaped like an octagon and is really sturdy.