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Is coronavirus driving Atlanta tiny home sales?

Curbed Atlanta

As Atlantans with large families or several roommates continue to adjust to the state’s “shelter in place” order by working from home, they may naturally find themselves longing for the peace and quiet of their regular offices.

Start-up company builds tiny houses that can be add-ons to existing houses

The Champion

Frank Golley, founder and designer of Golley Houses, combines his background in industrial design and experience in real estate to launch a Decatur-based business that taps into an emerging lifestyle trend—tiny houses.

Tiny Classrooms Gives Kids Space to Work

Woodshop News

Tiny house startup, Golley Houses, is on a mission to help families build ‘affordable’ backyard classrooms during the Covid-19 pandemic. The company has designed an affordable tiny house flat-pack kit that can be used as a backyard classroom for families struggling to find space for homeschooling and remote learning.

One-room schoolhouses may be set for a comeback

The Champion

Small communities across the United States 100 years ago often included a structure now rarely seen other than in Norman Rockwell paintings—the one-room schoolhouse. Because of the COVID-19 pandemic, this often-beloved bit of Americana may make a comeback.


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GOLLEY HOUSES was created by Frank Golley as his contribution to addressing the affordable housing crisis. Accessory Dwelling Units (ADUs) can be homes, offices and studios. The GOLLEY HOUSE has been designed using manufacturing and modularity to create a simple to assemble structure that can be customized to match it’s intended use.

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