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This is a 108-square-foot off-grid tiny home on wheels for sale out of Newport, Oregon for $25,000. According to the listing, it was built in 2018 and features a kitchenette, bathroom, outdoor shower, queen bed, a twin bed, and a covered porch.

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108-Square-Feet Off-Grid Tiny House in Newport, Oregon

108-Square-Feet Off-Grid Tiny House in Newport Oregon for 25k

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This group of tiny cabins is located in the Mojave Desert near Ridgecrest, California. There are a total of three cabins, which they call Eco-Pods. Two of them are bedrooms and the other one is a bathroom unit with a shower, vanity, and toilet with mosaic artwork inside.

All three cabins are connected by an elevated wooden deck and each one has air conditioning so you’re comfortable year round. And yes, there’s also a washing machine available. I always thought it would be great to build a homestead with more than just one tiny structure, so I think this is pretty cool! How about you?

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Group of Three Tiny Cabins in the Mojave Desert, “Two Bedrooms, One Bath”

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Images via Glamping Hub

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This is an off-grid tiny shanty cabin on 100+ forested acres in Montana.

A great place to get away from it all, while being only 20 minutes from vibrant and quirky Missoula, MT. You’ll find yourself among mountains, rivers and forests of Gold Creek, the calming sounds of nature and abundant wildlife.

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Off-Grid Tiny Shanty Cabin Vacation/Getaway on 100+ Forested Acres in Montana

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Photos via Airbnb

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This is the story of Kelley Lewis. She’s a single mom of three who started building her own tiny home after her divorce.

When Kelley Lewis was left on her own as a single mom to raise three young children, she was determined to still achieve the dreams she had in mind for her family – including a lakeside cabin for weekends and getaways. In Going Off Grid, Laura Ling examines how more Americans are choosing to live a more sustainable, simple lifestyle.

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Single Mom of Three Building Off-Grid Tiny Home After Divorce

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Meet Brooke and Wilhelm, two freelancers who decided to go tiny after changing their careers in 2017.

They hired Tiny House Chattanooga to build their dream tiny house, a 39ft off-grid solar-powered tiny home. This luxury THOW has all the bells and whistles.

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39ft Off-Grid Luxury Tiny House on Wheels with Solar Power

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Pat & Mel built this tiny house in Ontario, Canada as a way to stop paying rent, and to start living a simple, minimalist lifestyle.

They lived in it completely off the grid for 3 years while it was parked on a friend’s land, but they recently decided to sell the tiny home and buy a house because it was cheaper than buying vacant land (a down payment on a piece of land in Ontario is often 35%, while the cost of a down payment on a home is often as low as 5%).

While they were living in the house, they were completely off the grid. They used a wood stove for heat, solar panels for electricity, propane for hot water and cooking, and they collected rainwater for all of their water needs. They used a composting toilet (Nature’s Head) since they didn’t have access to a septic system.

Couple’s Off-Grid Tiny House Lifestyle

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