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Unless you've been living under a rock, you've probably noticed that tiny houses are taking the residential market by storm. But could you really live in a teeny tiny house all the time? Why not try before you buy with one of these 10 tiny houses located in 10 different states. (Click on the picture for full details.)

#1. Located just two miles north of Nashville, this Tennessee tiny house bring a contemporary feel to cabin living. Plus, it actually has enough space to sleep four adults!

#1. Located just two miles north of Nashville, this Tennessee tiny house bring a contemporary feel to cabin living. Plus, it actually has enough space to sleep four adults!

#2. More of an urban oasis, this bright tiny house is located in a tree-lined neighborhood in Portland, Oregon.

#2. More of an urban oasis, this bright tiny house is located in a tree-lined neighborhood in Portland, Oregon.

#3. A traditional log cabin, this house sits on a private lake in Middle Township, New Jersey. There is no running water or traditional toilets, so come prepared!

#3. A traditional log cabin, this house sits on a private lake in Middle Township, New Jersey. There is no running water or traditional toilets, so come prepared!

#4. With its warm and rustic look, it's no surprise that Outside magazine named this carriage house the Best AirBnb Property of 2015. Located in Bozeman, Montana, the tiny cabin offers plenty of seasonal activities like hiking and skiing.

#4. With its warm and rustic look, it's no surprise that Outside magazine named this carriage house the Best AirBnb Property of 2015. Located in Bozeman, Montana, the tiny cabin offers plenty of seasonal activities like hiking and skiing.#5. Like something out of a fairytale, this "silo studio" in the Massachusetts Berkshires sits on four acres of land.

#5. Like something out of a fairytale, this "silo studio" in the Massachusetts Berkshires sits on four acres of land.#6. Tucked into the trees in Montville, Maine, this tiny cabin is surrounded by trails, an organic farm and an art camp.

#6. Tucked into the trees in Montville, Maine, this tiny cabin is surrounded by trails, an organic farm and an art camp.#7. Dubbed the "Hobbit Cabin," this tiny house is situated on a lake just five miles from town in Talkeetna, Alaska. (We love how the sod roof is covered in Alaskan wildflowers.)

#7. Dubbed the "Hobbit Cabin," this tiny house is situated on a lake just five miles from town in Talkeetna, Alaska. (We love how the sod roof is covered in Alaskan wildflowers.)#8. Lean, green and hard to be seen, this tiny tree house in Helen, Georgia, is made completely from recycled materials.

#8. Lean, green and hard to be seen, this tiny tree house in Helen, Georgia, is made completely from recycled materials.#8. Once a working water tower, this converted tiny house in Carmel Valley, California, is surrounded by parkland and perfect for outdoor activities.

#9. Once a working water tower, this converted tiny house in Carmel Valley, California, is surrounded by parkland and perfect for outdoor activities.#10. A modern day "gypsy wagon," this charming tiny house is located just outside Seattle, Washington. #10. A modern day "gypsy wagon," this charming tiny house is located just outside Seattle, Washington.

 

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