This is an off-grid tiny house with two boat lifts and two docks on 6.62 acres in Carrabelle, Florida.
The little cabin was built in 2005. It features a solar power system, on-demand hot water, a mini-split air conditioner, water catchment system, composting toilet, full kitchen, multi-functional living room/bedroom, and elevated views from the deck and cabin. What do you think?
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Off-Grid Tiny House On 6 Acres In Florida With Gulf Access And Boat Lifts
- Gulf access
- 6.62 acres
- Two boat docks
- Two boat lifts
- Mini-split AC
- On-demand hot water
- Water catchment system
- Composting toilet
- Murphy bed that turns into dining table
- Elevated deck and cabin
- Space to build a larger home
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Oh wow! I am truly impressed. It’s much nicer inside than I expected. The safe is a great plus for while you’re out having a great time. In fact the only thing I would possibly not love is the kitchen sink. I like big sinks.
I love all the features: tiny house with land, off-grid, solar power, composting toilet, mini-split heating/cooling system with heat pump–
except I’d be really worried about being right on the water with coastal storms/hurricanes on the Gulf of Mexico.
It’s also a lot of money to invest in a tiny home that would lack “guaranteed” resale potential. I don’t know if the land is in a desirable location, or if it is in a flood zone.