Here’s your chance to spend a weekend (or longer!) in a hand-crafted Earthship house! This off-grid masterpiece in Montana is a self-sufficient structure complete with a greenhouse, passive heating and cooling, and an awesome water system.
Don’t know much about Earthship buildings? The video below from Tiny House Giant Journey gives a great overview and you can learn more here. Jeff has two Earthships on his property — one is his own, and the other (pictured below) he rents on Airbnb.
This one features a large master bedroom off of the main living area complete with a luxury kitchen and a comfortable living area. The front greenhouse has fresh produce growing! Enjoy the photo tour below.
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Off-Grid Living in a Montana Earthship
Meet Earthship Ironbank: The first building-code-approved Earthship in Australia!
Martin & Zoe, along with a team of 60 volunteers, constructed this eco-friendly home inspired by the work of Mark Reynolds, who started the “Earthship” movement (lLearn more about Earthship architecture here). Martin went through the trouble of getting it “council-approved” by the building authorities in Australia, to show that it could be done. This is a 750 square-foot structure built primarily from recycled tires filled with earth, and coated in cement. You’ll notice stunning recycled bottle walls all over the home. You can book a tour of the Earthship, or better yet, you can vacation there via Airbnb!
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