PTEV Opens to Tiny Houses
Beginning in January 2017, tiny houses can find a home at the Port Townsend EcoVillage (PTEV). We are excited to provide low-cost, affordable housing opportunities for people interested in community living with this new option.
PTEV will rent spaces for three tiny houses on a shared lot. Each tiny house will be provided a space of about 1200 sf for placement and utility hook-ups for water, sewer and electricity. Houses will need to be secured to a pier foundation. In addition to their rented space, tiny house residents will have access to PTEV’s commonly owned land (over 6 acres) with community gardens, orchards, and buildings (a shop/art center, laundry facilities, and a future common house). More information regarding PTEV’s tiny house requirements can be found by clicking here: tiny-house-design-regulations-website
To rent a space on the tiny house lot, tiny house owners will need to go through the PTEV’s membership process (see the membership page for details) and follow PTEV requirements for tiny houses, including being permitted for permanent occupancy. Rent is $300 per month.