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This is the story of a man who is living in an underground home on only $5,000 a year. The roof is covered in moss and pine needles while the outside wall of the home is built using large stones. A tiny wooden door leads you inside.

Once inside, you’ll find the walls and low ceilings are covered in wood paneling and the floor is covered with carpeting. The bedroom is on the other side of the home which you can access by crawling through a circular hole. Using a separate entrance, you can access the bathroom which has a composting toilet, a shower, and there’s even a pine wood sauna.

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Man Living in an Underground Home on $5k/Year

Man Living in an Underground Home on $5k/Year

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Atlas Survival Shelters specializes in creating galvanized corrugated pipe survival shelters for its customers.

These are designed to be built underground with 1-2 bunker entrances/exits for emergencies.

They come in diameters of 8′, 9′, 10′, 11′, and 12′ and in lengths of up to 50′.

In addition, they also offer Monolithic concrete domes and shipping container shelters.

This is less tiny house living and more of a survival shelter but I still thought you might enjoy learning about it (I thought it was interesting).

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Underground Survival Shelter

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