This is Terraform One, a 250 sq. ft. gooseneck THOW built by a man with no previous construction experience who just wanted a simpler, sustainable life.
He’s now selling the house, but not because he’s given up tiny living. On the contrary, he’s gone tinier, downsizing to 32 sq. ft. stealth van that he used to travel the country. How cool! Check out the THOW below and take the video tour on the last page!
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Terraform One Gooseneck THOW For Sale
This is the Blue Ridge Mountains Simply Enough Tiny Home.
Jody and her husband built this stunning home and you can read their story below.
Please enjoy, learn more, and re-share below. Thank you!
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Blue Ridge Mountains Simply Enough Tiny Home
Images via Jody Brady
This is the story of a couple living in a 250 sq. ft. DIY off-grid tiny cabin with their two pit bulls.
Outside, you’ll see that they have rainwater collection system, outdoor cooking space, and more.
When you go inside, you’ll find they have a studio-style floor plan with a living area, bedroom, storage, and kitchenette. Please enjoy, learn more, and re-share below. Thank you!
Couple Living in 250 Sq. Ft. Off-Grid Tiny Cabin w/ 2 Pit Bulls
Images © AGreatLeapintheDark
This 250 sq. ft. tiny guest house in Oakland, California is a guest post by John Olmsted of New Avenue Homes
Travis and Kelly approached New Avenue back in February 2013 to discuss adding an accessory dwelling to the backyard of their Oakland, CA home. This 250 square foot casita is intended as a guesthouse and office.
Construction took about 5 to 6 months and began at the end of 2013. Some challenges to this project included poor access to the backyard, a very sloped lot, and older utilities which lead to a replaced water line. Just as the work came to completion in June 2014, Travis and Kelly adopted a baby. Now they take turns working from home two days a week in their backyard office so they can spend quality time with the newest member of their family.
When family and friends are in town to see the new baby or if Travis and Kelly are entertaining and hosting a get-together, they offer their casita as a small home away from home for overnight guests. It has a fully functioning bathroom and working washer dryer. When the family is away, it serves as a residence for their dog-sitter.
250 Sq. Ft. Tiny House in Oakland, CA Backyard (Guest House)
Images © New Avenue Homes