Can tiny-house communities help solve Maine’s affordable-housing shortage?
On Old County Road in Rockport, there’s a tiny house that has a glimpse of the ocean from its front porch. It’s just 192 square feet, and it sits between a red barn and a field that bursts with goldenrod and Queen Anne’s lace in summer. The inside is pine-paneled, with a white eyelet curtain in the bathroom, and windows that face the meadow. It’s lovely, like something you would find on Airbnb.