As I have begun my downsize to a tiny house and thinking about selling my place here in Arkansas, I came up with the idea that perhaps this place would make a really cute tiny house village. I have 10 acres here, with the old home at the very front of the property and the way the property is with its little knolls and woods, pastures as well as seasonal creek and pond it could easily have about 7 tiny houses stuck in such ways that each would have their own privacy as well as spot for gardening etc. I am close to town but in the county so just checked this morning and I do not have any zoning that will prevent this IF I wanted to pursue it. I don't know if there is any interest in such a place in the central part of Arkansas where a person could park a tiny home, have room for a garden and maybe a few chickens, even a goat, and have access to being able to enjoy the property around...maybe wood for a wood stove out of the woods and if the pond was stocked fish on occasion, plus I think in time I could make a great walking trail around the property. Make a nice community especially for those like myself who are on their own and getting closer to retirement and want country life but not way out in the boonies either and can't afford to carry a hefty mortgage into retirement so wanted a very reasonable spot to park a tiny home. Just a thought and I was wondering if anyone in the homesteading community has done something like this at all or if someone would even be interested in moving to such a place. Thanks in advance for your input.