This “tiny house” tipi is completely off the grid with solar for power, a wood stove for heat, a unique shower for hot water, and propane for cooking.
It was built by Stan and Kedarnathan who started the “Les Pieds sur Terre‘ eco-resort in Saint Calixte, Quebec, Canada.
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Magical Off-Grid Tipi Tiny House
The extra-tall sleeping loft is not for the faint of heart, but you do get a really great view from up there.
This structure is kind of a hybrid between a tipi, a tiny house, and a rustic cabin, and you can live in it year-round. It’s heated with a wood stove, and it’s insulated with fibreglass batts, and reflectix.
The natural light from the skylight brightens the whole place up, and there are two small windows that can be opened to circulate fresh air.
Check out the video below for a full tour of this magical off-grid tipi!
VIDEO: Magical 4-Season Off-Grid Tipi Tiny House
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