The contemporary adobe home sits on 10 acres of wide-open New Mexican landscape with views from custom-made windows of the Cerro Pedernal, Jemez and Sangre de Christo mountain ranges. But this tiny home isn’t only beautiful – it runs on passive solar exposure making it eco-friendly and off-the-grid.
Two water catchment cisterns, as well as a 1,200-gallon cistern, pump the open-floor-plan house with water. Step through the colonial dutch doors to see a propane stove, hot water heater, mini-refrigerator and even a tub. WiFi access and a wood burning stove combine new technology with the old and provide all the luxury of the 21st century with the peace of mind that accompanies self-sufficiency.
Best of all? If you’re interested you can buy it! The asking price is $187,000. Please enjoy, learn more, and re-share below!
800 Sq. Ft. Solar Home For Sale
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