Live Large -Carry Less In Flat Rock, North Carolina
Written by Janet Thome
Simple Life Tiny Home Communities- located in Flat Rock, North Carolina was founded by The Resource Group, land developers and experts in construction and building socially-designed pocket communities for over 20 years. At Simple Life community, you own your home, and avoid the cost and burden of land ownership, with flexible lifestyle and home site lease packages designed to give you the freedom to live more of life. Unlike restrictive land leases, Simple Life offers fully flexible land leases so you can stay for a year, or for decades. Your land lease ends when you sell your home – on your own terms.
Simple Life provide lifestyle community amenities and a collection of 1 and 2-bedroom small cottages for sale that can be customized to meet individual needs, and maintain and operate their communities to the highest standards. There are 12 different plans to choose from.
Generous Home Sites: Premier Builders
The home sites are 2500 square feet and are beautifully maintained and landscaped. Simple Life performs extensive research on cottage manufacturers in the areas surrounding our communities. They select preferred builders that stand behind the quality of their homes. Simple Life works closely with these builders on the process, quality, and delivery to build the development. Utility and initial landscaping set-up fees are included in the purchase price. Stone Canyon Cabins and Clayton Homes are two of the preferred builders.
Simple Life Lot Lease
Simple Life’s flexible land leases provide all the benefits of a carefully and professionally-managed HOA without the risk of costly assessments. The maintenance of all land, common property, landscaping, infrastructure, gates, roads, amenities, and replacement costs for buildings and equipment are all covered.
One-lane, one-way roads
– A walkable community promotes a healthy lifestyle, facilitates interaction with neighbors and nature, and maintains a quaint cottage community feel
Community water, sewer, and basic cable
– No more surprise bills. Enjoy peace of mind with one monthly bill for almost all utilities
Community managed maintenance and infrastructure
– Upgrades and upkeep are handled internally, fixes happen quickly
– Allows views of the beautiful night sky and firefly shows, and saves on energy
No real estate taxes
– Simple Life pays real estate taxes, you do not
Private and gated entrance
– Added security and peace of mind
Classic and Rustic Pools
Extra Benefits Of The Simple Life Communities
Homes Can Be Custom Built To Access Wheelchairs Including A Motorized Lift
5 Year Service Agreement
You Can Live In Your Home All Year Around
Community Events Including Cooking Classes And Tai Chi
New Florida Development Coming To Oxford, Florida
Lakeshore at Oxford, FL is in the early stages of development and details are still being finalized. However, they have many exciting features to share with you at this time about this small cottage home community where neighbors own more than a home. You own a lifestyle.
Lakeshore will provide approximately 220 cottages in a well-manicured and amenity-filled development north of County Road 466 about a half-mile west of US 301.
The community will feature 1 and 2-bedroom small cottage homes that can be customized for how you live.
Interiors will include options for full-sized kitchen appliances, stack able or side by side washer and dryers, one and two bedrooms, flex space, and in some models, an additional 160 square-foot loft.
Cottages will range in size from about 399 sq. ft. – 800 sq. ft.
1-bedroom homes are anticipated to start in the low $100s; 2-bedroom homes are anticipated to start in the low $130s
The best life is lived among the company and friendship of others. Simple Life creates communities with quality amenities that encourage people to connect and share life beyond the walls of their own homes. Proposed amenities for Lakeshore include a pool, lakeside pavilion, yoga room, fitness room, dog park, and community-owned boats for fishing and recreation on Lake Andrews. Lakeshore residents will enjoy exclusive access to these amenities.
Simple Life helps to simplify life by combining most monthly expenses into one monthly Lifestyle Fee plus Homesite Lease, which includes all the things you need to live in your own home, plus access to Simple Life’s community amenities and activities. Fees will vary slightly between North Carolina and Florida communities.
As a member of our interest list, you will receive exciting updates and developments as well as an invitation to Lakeshore’s VIP presale event, tentatively scheduled for early 2020.
Tiny home proposal near Surfside Beach, Garden City create large concerns for neighbors Oct. 16th, 2019
CONWAY, SC (WBTW) – Horry County sees plenty of large housing development proposals, but the houses some neighbors near Surfside Beach and Garden City are concerned about aren’t big at all.
They’re a national trend that are getting larger, even with their own TV shows: tiny homes
Myrtlewood Realty Associates is looking to put 221 tiny homes on about 25 acres of land off Kings Highway next to Tupelo Bay Golf Center. The houses would be between 600 and 2,000 square feet in size.
In an 8-2 vote, Horry County Council passed second reading of the proposal Tuesday night. Council members Dennis DiSabato and Tyler Servant were not at the meeting. Council must pass one more reading before it’s approved.
Fayetteville to tackle homelessness with tiny home community Oct. 7th, 2019
FAYETTEVILLE, N.C. (WTVD) — The Fayetteville City Council passed a proposal Monday night that could help put the homeless to work and give them homes.The first component is a tiny homes community which would tackle chronic homelessness throughout Fayetteville.
The second component is a workforce partnership which would give the jobs to the homeless.
This Hotel Is Made Up Entirely of Tiny Houses Sept.19th, 2019
A little off I-95 in Rocky Mount, N.C., on the site of an old cotton mill, you’ll find a brand-new boutique hotel. Or, rather, a new hotel entirely made up of tiny houses.
Rocky Mount Mills was constructed in 1816. It was the second cotton mill to open in a state where the textile industry would be prominent for over 100 years. The property was burned by Union troops during the Civil War and rebuilt twice after that and another fire before it was eventually shut down in 1996.
Efforts to address the desperate need for affordable housing in Haywood County have languished for nearly a decade, with meetings, a task force report and a countywide housing committee failing to make much progress.
Mountain Projects, Inc. has come up with a plan that could be a game-changer.
The Smoky Mountain Housing Partnership will be division of Mountain Projects that will start out building 35 single family homes in the Jonathan Creek area, start a small community of “tiny homes” that will be in the 400- to 800-square-foot range and set up a center that will work with potential homeowners.
Boone Town Council Member Sam Furgiuele proposed a review of all R3 and R4 properties that had not been developed for multi-family and their surrounding uses at the Jan. 8, 2018, planning retreat — a meeting of the Boone Town Council and town Planning & Inspections Department staff. At the same meeting, he also proposed the creation of a new zoning district for cottage housing and tiny homes, which could be used as a transition between high- and low-density areas and would provide more diverse and affordable housing.
Asheville City Council plans affordable housing, hotel moratorium discussions July 25th, 2019
On Friday, Sept. 6, said Council member Julie Mayfield, the city will hold an affordable housing work session to explore options such as tiny homes and housing voucher acceptance for long-term rentals. Her declaration came in response to public comment from Drew Crawford, owner of Asheville-based DIY Tiny, who proposed using tiny houses on wheels to address affordable housing shortages.
Hosts with the most-Triad Airbnbs combine craft and comfort July 11th, 2019
According to data from Airbnb, North Carolina residents made close to $100 million as hosts in 2018. Greensboro ranked 10th in the top 15 cities in the state based on number of guests and income while Winston-Salem and High Point didn’t make the cut. Asheville ranked the highest in the state by a landslide.
Greenville FFA’s big hearts build tiny houses for veterans July 1st, 2019
After the students had the goal to build a house, they had to figure out what they needed to do to make that a reality. For example, the students had to figure out how to get the house from the school to the homeless community, collect donations, find the supplies, and how to construct the house itself.
Airbnb’s top wish-listed homes for future stays across NC range from tiny to towering June 17th, 2019
RESEARCH TRIANGLE PARK – The votes are in via Airbnb customers for the top “wish-listed” places to stay across North Carolina with the top 20 properties representing a mix of tiny and tall, remote and urban. Even a converted bus.
Tiny homes: A chapel, a yurt and a mini-farmhouse on wheels June 11th, 2019
“Many tiny houses are considered home-built recreational vehicles, which are built under a set of industry adopted guidelines that are largely self-governing like the Recreational Vehicle Industry Association,” said Thom Stanton of GoTiny U.S.A. as he outlined the pros and cons of tiny home ownership during his seminar at the festival.
Those interested in downsizing have a number of options and may obtain a tiny house from one of the many specialized manufactures, or build their own with the help of a tiny home kit.
Tiny houses entice budget-conscious Americans June 19th, 2019
The tiny homes revolution, which includes those on foundations and those on wheels, began a few decades ago, but the financial crisis of 2008 and the coming-of-age of millennials gave it a new impetus.
Aconcy Bell Tiny Village In Mills River, N.C. April 19th, 2019
Acony Bell Tiny Village in Mills River, North Carolina is now rolling out Phase 2 of their beautiful time home village on 56 acres. They encourage a variety of park model tiny homes and love the uniqueness each one has to offer. They are located on the Ale Trail. 10 Minutes from Oskar Blues Brewery, 15 minutes from Sierra Nevada Brewing and Asheville Airport. 25 Minutes to Asheville.