This is Ella and Doug’s Catskill Bungalow and their Dome in Hensonville, New York. They’ve owned their tiny house, which they’ve named the Catskill Bungalow, since 2005.
So later they built a geodesic dome as an additional structure on the property. Now they’re able to earn income by renting them out as vacation rentals. Here’s our interview with them below along with a photo tour of their tiny homes. Enjoy!
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Ella and Doug’s Tiny Bungalow Cottage on a Foundation and their Geodesic Dome Cabin
This is a secluded ESCAPE Tiny House Getaway with water views in South Cairo, New York which is near Catskill. The house is right on a creek and can accommodate up to five people. It even has it’s own closed-off main floor bedroom with a queen-size bed.
In addition, there’s a pull-out futon in the living area that can be used for sleeping. And on top of that, there’s also a cozy upstairs sleeping loft accessible by ladder. You’ve also got a dining area near a large window, a full kitchen, and a full bathroom. This is a very cool tiny house!
This is the story of a little A-frame cabin in the Catskills of New York. It’s totally off-grid on a two-acre property in the Catskill mountains. It features solar panels, a wonderful deck, large windows, a chimney, and a very peaceful setting to be in that’s a two-hour drive from the big apple (New York City).
Would you ever consider designing and building a small home like this over a tiny house? Let’s talk about that in the comments! And by the way, you can actually book this A-frame cabin using Airbnb if you want to!
This is the story of Jessie Lipskin, a young lady from Manhattan who decided to buy an old 1966 GMC Greyhound bus on eBay for $7,000 to turn into her very own tiny home on wheels.
So Jessie spent the next three years and $70k professionally remodeling it, plus an additional $55,000 on various other expenses to repair and maintain it to make it what it is today. The bus is 40ft long and 10ft wide so it offers about 400 square feet.
By the way, she’s now selling the bus for an asking price of $149,000 because she has plans to travel internationally so if you’re interested in taking it off her hands it’s available and she’s considering all offers.
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