Tiny Houses
Wednesday March 25
House Tour: 5:30-6:45 pm
Presentation: 7-8:30 pm

Seymour Center,
2551 Homestead Road, Chapel Hill

$10 per person

Hosted by:
The Orange County Department on Aging,
Charles House and Second Journey
Sponsored by Carol Woods and Carolina Meadows

The “Tiny House Movement” is a growing phenomenon that proposes radical downsizing as a way to live affordably and comfortably.  Tiny Houses appeal to many groups; young people just starting out, people who are transitioning from homelessness, people who are environmentally conscious, caregivers providing assistance to family members, and older people who want safe, easy to maintain homes.

Father-son team Teal and Gerry Brown created Wishbone Tiny Homes and have been busy making tiny homes a reality for people ever since.  They will present an overview of the tiny house phenomenon with an emphasis on design, comfort, safety, zoning, and ADA compliance.  Even better, they will bring a tiny house for people to tour before the presentation. Local planning department officials will be on hand to answer questions about new regulations for tiny houses. 

Please note: Each person needs to register and pay individually

Click Here to Register Online
OR call 919-968-2087