The Location

Where is the Tiny Dice House located?

Our tiny home is nestled in the woods of Greenville, SC, only 15-20 minutes north of the downtown area, allowing for accessibility to city amenities while also serving as a peaceful getaway surrounded by nature.

The Tiny Dice House is located in Greenville, South Carolina

Why Greenville, SC?

While we were digital nomads traveling to 30+ states across the country over the span of two years, we serendipitously came across a charming area in South Carolina called Greenville and we immediately fell in love. 

Greenville, SC Reedy River Downtown

Later, we discovered that it was voted one of the best small cities to live in and has an award-winning downtown that runs through the Reedy River.

Among its accolades and awards, Greenville was listed in:

What do you do in Greenville?

Besides being known as America's "#1 Friendliest City" according to Conde Nast Traveler, Greenville has a collection of dazzling waterfalls, dozens of breweries and foodie hangouts (including being named one of the "Top New Foodie Cities in America" by People), endless trails and hikes at the foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains, year-round art shows and musical performances, outdoor adventures and plenty of indoor activities, such as museums, tours and galleries -- just to name a few examples.

Check out these resources below and our local guide coming soon!

How do you get here?

Ideally, you could jump into a nearby warp pipe and immediately arrive at the Tiny Dice House: 

We're still working on that...

In the meantime, there are several direct flight options to Greenville, SC from the South and East Coast including from New York, Atlanta, Baltimore/D.C., Dallas, Charlotte, and Chicago. If you're coming from the West Coast, you can make a connecting flight at any of these larger hubs as well.

Alternatively, Greenville is easy to get to via car and can be part of your road trip itinerary.

We're between a 1 hr to 2.5 hrs drive from Asheville, Atlanta, and Charlotte.

And we're only a 3-hr drive from America's most visited national park, the Great Smoky Mountains or the Atlantic Coast beaches in Charleston, SC.