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This is a 225 sq. ft. tiny cabin on a 1.15 acre lot that’s for sale in Sagle, Idaho on Estately.

This charming, cozy cabin has big lake views and plenty of room on this 1.15 acre lot. Everything you need with power in place, gravity fed fresh water from 3000 gallon tanks, top quality Nature’s Head self composting toilet & on-demand hot water in cedar lined shower house.1

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Cozy Tiny Cabin on 1 Acre in Sagle, ID For Sale!

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This is the story of a family who converted this school bus into their own beautiful off-grid motorhome.

Enjoy as Bryce Langston, of Living Big in a Tiny House shows you the bus and introduces you to the family!

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Family’s School Bus Converted into Beautiful Off-Grid Motorhome

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This is Seth Porges‘ off-the-grid tiny house getaway. He calls it The Glass House.

According to USA Today, “the 33-year-old journalist decided he had had enough of the city life and wanted a unique, personalized and portable getaway.”

So he decided on the ESCAPE Vista by ESCAPE Homes and was able to arrange to keep it on a friend’s farm in Marlboro, New York. Now you can even book the house on Airbnb!

Seth Porges’ Off-the-Grid Tiny House Getaway

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This is an off-grid tiny library cabin in the Georgia forest!

Hello.  we built this on a permaculture farm this last winter. An off grid library/ lounge in the middle of the Georgia woods. The project was completed in 2 weeks and cost about $2000. It is primarily made from recycled materiel. The major expenses were the wood stove and pipe, foundation and tin roofing.

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Tiny Library Cabin in the Georgia Forest

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Mat and Danielle from Exploring Alternatives went to check out this Hobbit House at the Toits du Monde eco-resort in Nominingue, Quebec after seeing photos of the cabin online.

The green roof has a really unique design that extends all the way down to the ground with leg-like extensions that provide shade in the summer and retain heat in the winter.

The cabin was built with straw bale walls and limestone plaster, and log rafters and support beams. It is completely off-grid. Enjoy!

Related: Woman Building Tiny Hobbit-style Homes in Chelan, WA

Hobbit House with Amazing Green Roof

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Mat and Danielle from Exploring Alternatives filmed this video tour of the Terrasol mini earthship-style cabin at the Terra Perma eco community in Harrington, Quebec, Canada.

The cabin is completely off-grid with a 1000 Watt solar power system, woodstove, in-floor radiant heating, an outhouse, and soon-to-be installed 3-season rainwater collection system.

It was built with over 200 recycled tires, 400 recycled bottles, and natural materials like cob and wood.

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Incredible Mini Earthship with Solar Power – Full Video Tour

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This is the Green Living model by Incredible Tiny Homes.

The base price for this 16 ft. home is $25,000.

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Green Living Model by Incredible Tiny Homes: $25K

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