Joe lives full-time in his box truck conversion, but he and a business partner recently acquired this gorgeous tiny house property in central Oregon. Built by the original owners, this little piece of paradise features a converted grain silo with a bedroom/bathroom addition and even a front porch.
Inside the silo itself are two turquoise chairs, a coffee table, and a curved kitchenette for preparing basic meals. The beams inside the silo are reclaimed electric poles! There’s a lovely queen bed and a bathroom with a flushing toilet and spacious shower stall. What do you think?
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I love grain silo homes! What a neat way to repurpose an old structure; and it’s round which makes it even niftier!
Off the front of the silo, you’ll find a lovely porch overlooking the secluded woods/countryside. Inside you’ll walk into the open-concept living/dining/kitchen area, with all the conveniences of home (minus an oven). There’s a bathroom with a luxurious tiled shower, as well as a queen-sized bed with gorgeous views accessible via a fun floating staircase.
This silo was self-built by the owners and took about 5 months to complete. You can rent it on Airbnb here.
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