Builder Gerald Rowlett, owner of Westlake Development Group, wanted to do something more for Oregon Veterans at this year's NW Natural Street of Dreams event, so he disrupted the showcase of super-sized homes and had a 204 square-foot tiny home built to benefit Oregon Veterans.
Go big or go home? Not always.
The tiny home will be auctioned off during the show, and online bidding is underway. Make no mistake, Rowlett and Westlake Development also have a 5,200 square-foot European farmhouse, Fairway Manor, on this year's tour.
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