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This is a shipping container tiny cabin with a rooftop terrace.

It’s available for vacation rental via Glamping Hub out of San Rafael, Mendoza (Argentina). What do you think?

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Shipping Container Tiny Cabin Vacation near San Rafael

Shipping Container Tiny Cabin w Rooftop Terrace in Argentina near San Rafael via Glamping Hub 001

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This is the story of a father/son who built a $15k tiny cabin.

It is off-grid and located over a mile from the nearest road.

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Father and Son Build $15,000 Tiny Cabin in the Woods

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This is the story of Kris’s tiny round cabin that he built for only $4,000.

In this video, he had just been living in it for about a year.

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Off-Grid in his $4,000 Tiny Round Cabin

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This is the Waco Texas Peace Cabin. It’s a beautiful and rustic tiny cabin in Waco.

It’s not on wheels, though, so you definitely have more loft space. Let’s take a look!

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Tiny Rustic Cabin Getaway in Waco, Texas… Just The Right Size Tiny House?

Waco Texas Pioneer Peace Cabin

Images via Glamping Hub

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Are rooftop tiny houses becoming a trend in big cities? That might be a far stretch, but it’s an idea that’s slowly been catching on because if you’re in a city, there’s just no place for a tiny house on wheels, so rooftops could be an option for some. And it’s not the first time something kind of like this has been done.

That’s what el Sindicato Arquitectura did with its Casa Parasito project located in Ecuador’s capital Quito. What do you think of the idea of tiny homes being built on the rooftops of buildings? Is it a good idea or a bad idea? Why? Would you ever consider this if it were an affordable housing option?

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Rooftop Tiny Houses Built On Top Of City Buildings

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Photo Credits: Andrès Villota for Casa Parásito/el sindicato arquitectura

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This is The Homestead Tiny Cabin #20. It’s a part of a group of vacation cabins at Getaway Cabins in Hocking Hills, Ohio. One of the best parts is when you walk inside, it feels huge because of the ultra-high ceilings.

They have many cabins, and this is only one of them. It features a living area, kitchen, bathroom, and an upstairs sleeping loft with room to stand. There’s also a private outdoor area with a hot tub! Very nice. What do you think? Wouldn’t this be a great way to live simply? In a cabin like this?

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The Homestead Tiny Cabin in Hocking Hills, Ohio

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This is a real estate listing in Tahuya, Washington with two off-grid tiny cabins on the 1.61-acre property.

Two Off-the-Grid Guest Cabins. 3/4 bath and sleeping area with free standing wood stove that would keep you toasty.1

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Property with TWO off-grid tiny cabins on 1.61 acres

Two off-grid tiny cabins on one property in Tahuya via Zillow 001

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This is a rainforest tiny house with a screened-in outdoor kitchen in Pepeekeo, Hawaii. When you first step in through the screen door, you’re in the outdoor kitchen/porch area. Pretty cool, don’t you think?

Step inside this simple little cabin to find a table, bunk beds, a sink, a toilet, and a shower. I bet something similar to this (with your own modifications) can be built pretty inexpensively. This particular tiny cabin, though, is a vacation unit in the rainforest and near Hawaii Volcanoes National Park and available to book via Glamping Hub. Take a look and let me know what you think of it below. How much do you think it would cost you in materials to build something similar to it?

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Rainforest tiny house near Hawaii Volcanoes National Park…🌋

Rainforest tiny house with screened-in outdoor kitchen in Pepeekeo

Image via Glamping Hub

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This is the Firebox tiny cabin by Forest Trek Woodwork out of Alberta, Canada. This unit comes in three different sizes (small, medium, or large) but can also be custom-built by request.

The unit starts at $10,950.00 CAD (that’s about $8,156 USD) and comes with a 32″ style door with opening window and lock, two 18″x30″ windows, one 30″x50″ window, pressure treated 6×6 skids, metal siding & roofing, exterior shug shou ban board & batten siding, insulated subfloor, walls & ceiling, and interior finished with t&g pine & vinyl flooring.

You can add other options, too, like a barn-door closet, extended front deck, electrical package, and things like that. Learn more about it below.

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Firebox Tiny Cabin that can be used as a Tiny House, Office, Guest Cabin – Built by Forest Trek Woodwork – $10,950 CAD

Firebox Tiny Cabin by Forest Trek Woodwork

Images © Forest Trek Woodwork

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