I am fortunate to be able to have my tiny house on a farm in the country. It gives me a beautiful place to live, and allows me to help out on the farm. I suppose I consider myself farm help, and there is always plenty to do on a farm.
The planning for where to put my tiny house, and how to situate the house, began well over a year ago. In the end, we cut a driveway through, placed gravel, and put a “pad” for the house to sit on. I chose a compost toilet, so I use only a grey water system. We dug a dry well, and hooked my grey water to that. So my kitchen sink water and my shower water drain into the dry well, and I am careful to use only biodegradable soaps and detergents.
I will say that I am very pleased that the well water on the property is the best! It always cold (about 56 degrees), and truly delicious. The water filter I had used in Tennessee, I gave away because I have no need for it here on the farm.