This is a 300 sq. ft. tiny grain silo that has been turned into a dog kennel cabin.
The owners live in a 125 sq. ft. off-grid cabin and this one is used as their dog boarding house.
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300 Sq. Ft. Tiny Grain Silo Boarding House
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Very interesting. Why the built in seats? They look so uncomfortable. I would certainly find a comfortable couch with a pull out bed.
The cages underneath the seats is where they board the dogs. I count 7-8 cages.
I don’t see any electricity or running water — I hesitate to call this a house.
Hummm… interesting! This might have worked back in my hippy days.
Well it’s a nice start to a new silo house, anyway….!
The grass roots is simply this. Imagination to give you the opportunity to see the simplicity and understand that all of us do not share the norm. We do not expect perfection, rather to create our own home that works for us. A tiny home is the way we live and how we adapt. I like this set up and understand. Especially since it does not cost $30,000. Built out of passion and function to an individual is everything. This house is an inspiration to me. Thank you for sharing your home. Thumbs up.
It looks very comfortable for the boarders. The seating above the cages may be uncomfortable for humans, but would be stable for dogs or short term sitting for humans while they open/close the cages.
Bah. Please change the title, this is not a tiny house but a big dog kennel!
Yes, I would tend to agree. This is a kennel, not a house.
Might we see the 125 SF off grid cabin the owners live in?
I’m struggling not to sound too critical, but looks more like a kennel with a Lug-A-Loo in the corner than a “home” imo.
Well, this is definitely ‘roughing it’….