Meet The Family Of 4 Where Everyone Has Their Own Mini House Instead Of A Room

There’s no better feeling than setting foot inside your home, sweet home after a long day. Beware, the king (or the queen) of the house is back! The sofa is your throne, and your scepter⁠—a remote control. Imagine: there’s one lucky family that runs a whole kingdom of houses with a teeny-tiny nuance. The Brinks family owns 6 houses, each one only 160 square feet in size, that look as if Dad from Honey, I Shrunk the Kids had shrunk their home instead. It all comes down to having more room for air to breathe in privacy. Mom Keli confessed that her “husband wanted us all in one cabin” but she stood for the kids and “their own privacy.” Plus, it turns out that tiny homes produce less waste and require less heating. Where do I sign up?!

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Five years ago, the Brinks made a $57,000 purchase of a 21-acre property in Kentucky and turned it into the sustainable tiny house village.

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4 family members share 6 tiny houses in total—the parents’ house, two separate houses for Lennox and Brodey, a double bathroom house, a pool house, and a guest house.

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The parents’ house is not only the most expensive in the property, coming in at $9,000, but also the most spacious at 280 square feet.

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The living room feels cozy and has plenty of natural light.

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The kitchen is well-equipped with plenty of shelf room for kitchen appliances.

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You wouldn’t expect a full-sized bathtub in a miniature house!

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Lennox’s and Brodey’s tiny houses don’t have bathrooms, so the kids need to step outside and use one of these two bathrooms.

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Can I be your guest in this cozy guest bedroom, please?

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The Brinks love taking a dip in a private pool house which measures 180 square feet.

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This lounge area is perfect for family gatherings and game nights.

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Brodey is the proud owner of his own tiny house with a king-size bed upstairs, a couch, and a TV.

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Lennox’s house has a barn-type door.

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Lennox’s tiny house has everything a ‘normal’ house has—from a dresser to a full size bed upstairs.

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Playstation, anyone?

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This 64-square-foot building is the family’s private office, which mom Keli and her husband can use to work from home.

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“It seems much worse than it is. I just put a coat on if it’s cold or raining. I’ll just bundle up and run over there,” said Lennox about the bathroom, which is outside.

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A private barn is the cherry on top of the family’s sustainable lifestyle.

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Fresh air, outdoor exercise, and s’mores roasted over the firepit are always just a step away!

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What do others think about this alternative concept of living?

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