tiny house guide to maryland

QUICK FACTS:

Are Tiny Houses Legal In Maryland: Yes

Tiny House Costs In Maryland: $40,000 – $140,000

Tiny House Friendly Cities: Baltimore, Hagerstown, Oakland

Tiny House Builders In Maryland

Pure Simplicity Tiny House Annapolis, Maryland

Pure Simplicity Tiny House

$8,000-$140,000

Pure Simplicity Tiny House is a design and build company that sells tiny homes on wheels to customers all over the state of Maryland. Its tiny homes are all permanently attached to trailers and comply with statewide safety standards. At Pure Simplicity, you can partner with their builders to create the custom tiny house you envision for you and your family.

I Can Build It Hagerstown, Maryland

I Can Build It


$16,000-$65,000

I Can Build It was started by Carl Beeman, who has a solid background in drafting and design, as well as Terry Wishard, who has over 20 years of residential building and home improvement experience. The pair chose the name I Can Build It to justify never telling a customer no, and always maintaining a can-do attitude. Since its founding, I Can Build It has been featured on Tiny House Nation and has won several awards. The company offers a huge range of services including tiny house shells and materials to electrical and plumbing to custom THOWs and other structures.

Hobbitat Oakland, Maryland

hobbitat space

$2,000-$100,000

Hobbitat was started in January of 2012 by Bill and Sue Thomas. Their first tiny home was inspired by Bill’s grandfather’s barn. Bill and Sue used windows from his childhood cabin and other reclaimed doors and materials. They fell in love with the process, which set the stage for their business.

Located in Oakland, Maryland, Hobbitat has many options for tiny home lovers. You can partner with the company to design and build your dream tiny home or buy plans directly off of the website.

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Tiny House Trailer Dealers In Maryland

Bartley Trailers Woodbine, Maryland

Bartley Trailers

$3,000-$12,000

Located in Woodbine, Maryland, Bartley offers many kinds of trailers including car hauler, dump, custom, enclosed, equipment, horse, landscape, utility, and many other types of hauling products. Additionally, Bartley offers repairs services, rentals, and sells individual trailer parts.

Pro-Line Trailers White Marsh, Maryland

Performance Trailer Sales

$1,000-$14,000

Performance Trailer Sales offers a large variety of hauling products including landscape trailers, utility trailers, dump trailers, cargo trailers, enclosed trailer, car trailers, equipment trailers, and more for all of your trailer needs. Their employees have a combined 30-plus years of experience in manufacturing and retail to best serve you.

Pro-Line Trailers Rocky Mount, Virginia

Pro-Line Trailers

$1,000-$10,000

Pro-Line Trailers is one of the leading trailer companies on the East Coast. They offer a selection of enclosed trailers, open car trailers, gooseneck trailers, stacker trailers, used trailers, and many more hauling products. Their reach spans all across Maryland from Hagerstown to Baltimore to Salisbury.

  • Baltimore, Maryland
  • Rockville, Maryland
  • Hagerstown, Maryland
  • College Park, Maryland
  • Laurel, Maryland
  • Cumberland, Maryland
  • Westminster, Maryland
  • Greenbelt, Maryland
  • Salisbury, Maryland
  • Annapolis, Maryland
  • Gaithersburg, Maryland
  • Frederick, Maryland
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Tiny Houses For Sale In Maryland

Tiny Houses For Sale In Maryland

People move to Maryland for many reasons, but one primary pull to the Old Line State is its extremely high employment rate. The surplus of jobs available in Maryland are largely due to its proximity to Washington, D.C. Many Maryland locals work government jobs, particularly in Baltimore. Marylandians also commonly endure the short commute to D.C.

Maryland residents are also attracted to the state’s abundant waterways, beaches, and coastlines along the Chesapeake Bay and Atlantic Ocean. The most popular beach in the state if located in Ocean City, but natives know of the many additional, idyllic beaches scattered alongside the Eastern Shore.

The state of Maryland also has a vibrant foodie culture, abundant casinos, and a history of equestrian racetracks in its larger cities as well as many state and national parks, giving people plenty of reasons to migrate to the state.

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Tiny Houses For Rent In Maryland


THOW RENTALS IN Maryland RESOURCES
The tourism industry is also huge in Maryland, due to its significant role in the United States’ history. Baltimore is the state’s crown city, with a long past as a major seaport.

Baltimore is the home to Fort McHenry, the birthplace of the U.S. National Anthem, Baltimore’s Inner Harbor, and the National Aquarium and Maryland Science Center. There are many reasons to visit Maryland on your family’s next vacation.

Tiny Houses Communities In Maryland

Life in a tiny house community gives you access to shared resources, a community to do life with, and helps to keep your cost of living and financial burdens much lower. Not only are tiny communities helpful in increasing your access to resources and reducing your bills, but they also facilitate an intimate social connection between members as they strive to educate and genuinely improve lives.

Blue Moon Rising

Blue Moon Rising is a vacation spot ideal for lovers of tiny homes. Created by the builders at Hobbitat, the village embodies a communal spirit. While it is a vacation spot, the village encourages camaraderie amongst its nature-loving, tiny-house adoring guests.

Blue Moon is located on Deep Creek Lake, the largest inland body of water in Maryland. Fit for two to four people, the 15 tiny house vacation rentals each have a unique design that you and your family can reserve for $225 a night on weekdays or $249 a night on weekends to create a home-away-from-home experience.

At Blue Moon Rising, you can also participate in many group activities in and around Deep Creek Lake including skiing, boating, horseback riding, swimming, white-water rafting, and even sleigh rides at Christmas time. Contact founder Lisa M. Jan through the website to book a stay.

Cecil County Permaculture

Located in Elkton, Maryland, Cecil County Permaculture is an intentional living community that prioritizes permaculture and homesteading habits as well as helping one another get through life through farms and community experiences.

This cohousing community has many living options for rent including tiny houses, rooms in a communal house, tents, campers, RVs, and plots of land.

  • Tiny Houses
  • Room in main house
  • Camping tents
  • Campers / RVs
  • Plots of land

The community also has a shared greenhouse, farm with rabbits, chickens, cats and dogs, and a permaculture garden. Check out their Facebook page for more information.

Liberty Village

Liberty Village is an ecological cohousing community near Frederick, Maryland. This multigenerational intentional community currently includes 22 kids, adults up to age 83, and many free-range chickens and baby goats.

The community lives in 18 small houses on 8 acres of land. Members enjoy a multitude of common areas and parks, as well as a common house which is used for social activities, potlucks, and celebrations. All of this is enveloped by 15 acres of pristine natural meadows, woods, and wetlands to explore with your loved ones.

Tiny Living Social Groups Maryland

If you want to connect with people who share a passion for tiny living, consider joining a social group centered on the tiny house lifestyle.

There is much more to the tiny life than the dimensions of your home. Tiny living is about simple living and connecting with others over ways you can live a more sustainable, self-sufficient life with loved ones. You can learn so much from joining virtual social groups or meeting others in person to celebrate the simple life.

I encourage you to look for your own social groups and comment your findings at the bottom of our page. Or better yet, start your own group and tell us about it!

Tiny Homes Maryland

The Tiny House Maryland Facebook page was created to focus on not only the physical building of Tiny Homes, but also on the legality of living in a tiny home in the state of Maryland and open up the community for discussion.

Anyone who lives in Maryland who has questions, wisdom, advice, or tiny house enthusiasm to share is welcome to post on the group page and encourage discourse about tiny living in Maryland.

Southern Maryland Homesteaders

The Southern Maryland Homesteaders Facebook page is a group of like-minded people who are interested in learning homesteading basics such as sewing, maintenance, gardening, farm care, animal basics, canning and food preservation, and more. Members share ideas about basic homesteading and gardening skills with others. Anyone from the area can join!

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Tiny House Laws & Building Codes Maryland

*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. Hi, I’m a career educator who wants to move into a new industry. How can I join your team and start selling tiny homes?

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