The Real Deal New York

Greenwich-based builder tries selling tiny houses in Westchester

October 31, 2018 12:47PM

Husband and wife team Ken and Tori Pond are betting that tiny houses have a future in New York’s suburbs. Their Greenwich-based company Craft & Sprout is selling mobile structures for between $45,000 and $100,000, according to Westchester Magazine. The couple says most of their tiny homes are used as accessory structures as opposed to full-time residences. One selling point for Westchester buyers: tiny home owners are free from property taxes and building regulations since they are on wheels. [Westchester Magazine]