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Earthships are such a neat buildlings! As the owner of this one writes, this is “a totally off grid house that catches its own rain water, generates its own electricity and stays at a steady 72 degrees all year round without the use of any fuel or electricity what-so-ever.” Can’t complain about that!

Inside the home you’ll find a studio set up, with a queen bed, television and chairs on one side, and a fully-functional kitchen on the other side, complete with a large oven and refrigerator. The bathroom has all the luxuries of home, including a flush toilet and a shower/tub.

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This Home Stays 72 Degrees Year-Round with No Heat or A/C!

Studio Earthship in Taos, New Mexico 9

Images via Airbnb/Dan

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This is an earthship home built by Jordan.

Jordan from Earthship PEI (Prince Edward Island, Canada) shares great tips and advice on how to build a stunning earthship-style home using recycled tires and earthen plaster made from clay, sand, and straw. He built this beautiful green building with a ton of help from his girlfriend and friends.

Related: Taylor & Steph’s $10k Earthship Home

Jordan’s Little Earthship Home in Canada

PEI Earthship - Exploring Alternatives 1

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