Lindahl is part of a growing nationwide movement of people moving into what are called "tiny houses."
Her next-door neighbor, Dorian Acito, also owns a tiny house. Her home is about 160 square feet in size.
"I just think if you live in a big house, and you don't use the space, it's dead space," Acito said. "It just didn't feel good."
Tiny homes can cost anywhere from $8,000 to $30,000 and blueprints are easily found online.
Both women only pay $350 in rent for the plot of land their homes sit on. Their homes are also easy on the pocketbook, generating $25 electric bills.
Living "small" has taken some adjustments.
"When you buy something, you have to love it," Acito said. "You have to really need it and you have to have room for it."