tiny house guide to kentucky


Are Tiny Houses Legal In Kentucky: Yes

Tiny House Costs In Kentucky: $25,000 – $200,000

Tiny House Friendly Cities: Frankfort, Louisville

Tiny House Builders In Kentucky

Mighty Small Homes Louisville, Kentucky

Mighty Small Homes


Mighty Small Homes is a tiny house manufacturer located in Louisville, Kentucky. The company has six tiny house kit designs available for purchase — Modern, Contemporary, Ranch, Cottage, Carriage, and THOW. You can hire a builder through Mighty Small Homes or you can follow one of their assembly guides to build their tiny house all on your own.

Ky Tiny Homes Nicholasville, Kentucky

Ky Tiny Homes


Based in Wilmore, Kentucky, Ky Tiny Homes has two main prefabricated tiny house models available to buy and ship. Their Western red cedar tiny house is $35,000 while their 20’ tiny home is $38,000. You can go out to the shop or call for more information.

Beckley Tiny Homes Central Kentucky

Beckley Tiny Homes

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Located in central Kentucky, Beckley Tiny Homes is a tiny house build and design company that partners with customers to create their own tiny home and trailer. They also have some prefabricated designs to offer.

Tiny House Trailer Dealers In Kentucky

West Kentucky Trailer Sales Murray, Kentucky

West Kentucky Trailer Sales


West Kentucky Trailer Sales offers lots of trailer varieties including utility trailers, open car trailers, gooseneck trailers, stacker trailers, and more trailers that can work for your tiny house. You can view their gallery on their website.

T.P.D Trailer Sales Dexter, Kentucky

T.P.D Trailer Sales


Based in Dexter, Kentucky, T.P.D Trailer Sales offers many unique trailers to their customers including gooseneck, car hauler, equipment, dump, and cargo trailers. You can also work with T.P.D to finance your trailer through Sheffield Financial. Browse their entire inventory on the website.

J&T Trailers Lebanon, Kentucky

J&T Trailers


J&T Trailers offers many different trailer options including enclosed cargo trailers and open car haulers. You can also partner with J&T to design a custom trailer of your own to fit your tiny house needs. Learn more on their website.

Tiny Houses For Sale In Kentucky

Tiny Houses For Sale In Kentucky

There are many reasons residents decide to move into a tiny house in Kentucky! Make a home in the Bluegrass State and enjoy a low cost of living, many opportunities for outdoor adventures, gorgeous natural landscapes, and tasty regional cuisine.


Tiny Houses For Rent In Kentucky

There is plenty to do when taking a vacation in Kentucky. Take a long, gorgeous hike in Mammoth Cave National Park, cheer on your favorite race horse at the Kentucky Derby, or learn something new when you stop by the Harriet Beecher Stowe Center.

Tiny Houses Communities In Kentucky

Living in an intentional living community can give you access to shared resources and allow for personal growth. There aren’t too many tiny house communities in Kentucky right now, but let us know if you know of any others in the comments down below! Or, better yet, start your own tiny house community.

Zephyr Creek Crossing

Zephyr Creek Crossing is an intentional living community located near Richmond, Kentucky. This community is located approximately 10 miles off I-75 and 40 miles south of Lexington. It’s close enough to commute to work and shop in the city while giving residents a rural haven to live in day to day.

In 2008, Andy and Sue Blyth purchased 5 acres to begin building Zephyr Creek Crossing. Today, the property is filled out with four small cabins and a main house, as well as many shared communal spaces. Residents of Zephyr Creek occasionally eat meals together, chat over coffee, or complete life’s tasks alongside one another. Common facilities include a common house, garden and orchard, vehicle share, a library, workshop, outbuilding, large kitchen, laundry, farm equipment, fire pit, and internet.

Zephyr Creek Crossing has established mutual goals of self-sufficiency, working together for the common good, and becoming more socially and environmentally conscious. If you are interested in renting or co-owning the property with money or sweat equity, contact Andy or Sue Blyth through their Facebook page.

Tiny Living Social Groups Kentucky

There is a lot more that goes into tiny living than house size, like sustainability, off griding, homesteading, minimalism, and so much more. Check out some of these Kentucky social pages and groups that deal with what it truly means to join the tiny movement.

Tiny House Kentucky Facebook page

The Tiny House Kentucky Facebook page is a group created for those in Kentucky who are interested in the tiny house movement. In this group, members can post and ask questions about the tiny living movement.

Eastern Kentucky Homesteaders

Eastern Kentucky Homesteaders is a Facebook group created for homesteaders in eastern Kentucky looking to connect with other homesteaders and farmers in the area. In the group, members can discuss and share ideas about alternative energy, food growth and preparation, off-grid living, homemade products, building ideas, emergency prepping, and more.

Kentucky Gardeners

Kentucky Gardeners is a Facebook group for those in Kentucky who love gardening and want to discuss any and everything to do with gardening. Members can share tips and knowledge on how to grow crops and plants in Kentucky as well as share resources and ideas for gardeners at all skill levels.


Tiny House Laws & Building Codes Kentucky

*Disclaimer: The information provided on this website should not be taken as an expert opinion, consultation, or advisement of any kind. Building codes, home building, zoning, local laws etc are complicated and ultimately your responsibility to execute legally and safely. You must do your own research, consult with and verify with all applicable authorities, local officials, regulatory bodies, code and zoning officials, and city/state/federal governments. See our full legal page for further information here: https://thetinylife.com/about-us/legal/

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  1. Did you forget Boxvana? You did a podcast episode with them and they are (I think) in Kentucky!

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