I ran into this 140 SF cottage that has garage doors to open up the space, sort of like this tiny house (the crib) I featured a few months back.
I love the idea of having this feature (garage door) because it instantly opens up the inside of the house to the outdoors. It immediately brings the fresh air inside, which is awesome, especially in a small space.
And this garage door is extra special because it has windows from the ground up, so no matter what you get to enjoy the view.
So this is architect Jeffery Broadhurst’s off grid house in West Virginia and it was a simple DIY project.
The only way to get to it is with an off road vehicle. This story was published back in June of 2008 by Julie at Remodelista.
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