KISSIMMEE, Fla. – Kissimmee’s Osceola Heritage Park will play host to the world of tiny houses Christmas style fo three days, starting Friday, Dec. 9 through Sunday, Dec. 11.
The tour,sponsored by the National Organization of Alternative Housing, or NOAH , will feature houses designed for full-time living ,according to NOAH founder Barbara Reilly.
“The 24 houses will be traditional tiny houses under 400 square feet," Reilly ,said. "(They are) suitable for full-time residential living, completed construction, most on wheels."
Reilly said the models represent the types and sizes of structures people would expect to see in a community like Webster, Florida.
The central Florida community is planning a tiny home community as part of it’s new master plan, pending approval by the city council.
Reilly said the three day tiny house event will also feature vendors of products specific for Tiny Houses.
Tickets are $15 (12 and younger free), and parking is $7.
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Tickets are available through Ticket Master or www.tinyhousefestivaloflights.com