I thought you’d enjoy this off grid tiny house that’s right on the beach.
It sort of has that classic Spanish style which I like.
And it’s in an area that’s completely off the grid (surrounded by dunes).
Improvements were made by a team of builders and architect Alejandro Gonzalez.
Since there’s no electric it’s lit by candles and lanterns.
To get here you have to use a 4×4 vehicle to get through the dunes.
About eight blocks away, though, you can find a store with supplies and food.
Off Grid Tiny House on the Beach
I encourage you to enjoy the rest of this fascinating tiny oceanside cottage below:
Outside Deck with Hammock
Entrance: Kitchen, Living Area and Sleeping Loft
Kitchen and Loft
Sleeping Loft (Bedroom)
Bathroom and Living Area
Images: Espacio Living
- Read the original article and see more pictures here (in Spanish, but if you use Chrome it will translate for you)
- Rustic Living on the Beach Article at Gardenista
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