Chuck and Molly built a small home community on their land in North Texas. They live there with their two kids, making Namastay Hideaway feel like a family village.
Tiny homes have been a part of their love story from the beginning – their first date was in Molly’s tiny house on wheels!
After getting married, they needed more space for their family but also dreamed of starting a community. They worked hard to make it happen, and now they have a welcoming and drama-free place. Both Chuck and Molly have a spiritual background, finding common threads in all religions and thoughts. They didn’t want to exclude anyone.
“It’s about embracing your uniqueness and joining us in being ourselves. We think being a bit weird is great; it’s just being authentically you without shame. So, we wanted to create that in our community. We don’t care about who you love, how you vote, or who you worship. We just want everyone to be respectful and accepting of each other.” – Molly & Chuck, Founders of Namastay Hideaway They call Namastay Hideaway a “tiny living community.” They accept tiny houses on wheels, small RVs, and bus/van conversions. There are 20 lots on 3.5 acres, each with a unique name like “Enlightened.” Every lot has a number for mail delivery, a septic hookup, water, and 30 & 50 amp electric hookups.
Rent for a lot is $550 per month, including water and sewer. Residents can get fiber optic internet for an extra $50. Electricity is billed separately. Everyone can enjoy on-site amenities like fire pits, outdoor seating, a community garden, a dog park, and storm shelters. “Chuck and Molly are amazing and thoughtful people. Molly lived in a tiny house for years, so she knows the challenges. Living in small spaces can be tough during storms, but here at Namastay, we’re lucky to have storm shelters for everyone. We also have a dog park for our pets to run around. Everything they do is intentional and thoughtful.” – Tia, Resident of Namastay Hideaway