It features a metal roof, Pergo flooring, full shower, composting toilet, metal kitchen countertop, fold-down table, reclaimed tin ceiling, water catchment and reclamation system, a solar panel awning, and more!
If you’ve been looking for an off-grid ready tiny home on wheels, this is your chance without having to build it yourself! Asking price is just $35,000. If you’re interested, get the contact information below.
This is a custom solar-powered tiny house on wheels with a built-in deck designed and built by Jeff Hobbs, a boat builder and cabinet maker, for his client in New Zealand.
From the outside, you’ll see it has a built-in shed with utilities, outdoor housing for a washer/dryer, wrap-around deck, roof mounted solar panels, and more. Inside, you’ll find a living area with a couch that converts into a bed, reclaimed wood flooring, floating staircase to the sleeping loft, full kitchen, bathroom, fireplace, workspace, and more. Please enjoy, learn more, and re-share below. Thank you!
These waterfront off-grid tiny houses are in an eco-resort in Rimouski, Québec, Canada.
The resort is called Domaine Floravie and it consists of a total of 7 tiny houses on the shores of the Saint Lawrence River.
Each cabin is off-grid ready. They each have 285 watt solar panels to power the refrigerators and lights. Propane is used for the heater, stove, and water heater.
These tiny cabins are built at 10′ width using local materials, hemp insulation, and natural oil finishes. When you go inside two of the cabins in the video below, Danielle and Mat, of Exploring Alternatives, will show you a model with an upstairs sleeping loft and another version with a bed downstairs. Please enjoy, learn more, and re-share below. Thank you!
I’m thrilled to show you Ben Barthell’s 200 sq. ft. solar off-grid tiny house that he built himself on a recycled 24′ x 8.5′ trailer (so yes- it’s mobile). This DIY micro cabin has all of the amenities of home but I’d say it’s even better because:
It’s completely self-sustaining.
It can power itself using a solar panel energy system.
It’s built mostly out of recycled materials.
It meets all quality construction standards.
Best of all, it’s affordable, easy to maintain, and light on the environment (and the wallet). What do you think of it?
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