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Tiny House Built for $2500 with a Geo-Dome Window

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This is a 107-square-foot off-grid tiny house that was built for only $2,500 using mostly reclaimed materials.

It was built with the help of 15 people working together to make it happen and it features a unique geodesic dome window.

When you go inside, you’ll find a living area with a couch and workstation and an upstairs sleeping loft. Since this tiny home is located within a community, the owner has chosen to use the communal kitchen and bathroom on the property.

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Tiny House Built for $2500 with a Geo-Dome Window

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Video: $2500 Tiny House Build with Geo-dome Window


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Alex is a contributor and editor for TinyHouseTalk.com and the always free Tiny House Newsletter. He has a passion for exploring and sharing tiny homes (from yurts and RVs to tiny cabins and cottages) and inspiring simple living stories. We invite you to send in your story and tiny home photos too so we can re-share and inspire others towards a simple life too. Thank you!
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  • Theo
    January 5, 2016, 7:48 pm

    Unless the furnishings are included in the price, looks like they overpaid, because it looks like a lot of recycled material was used. And I don’t care how small a place is, I would find room for an indoor loo, an cooking. I’d come up with a viable alternative to a sleeping loft too.

    • Zac D
      November 6, 2020, 5:45 am

      Do it then. The client explained her perspective pretty clearly at the end of the video in case you missed it. 🙂

  • Jonnie
    January 5, 2016, 8:55 pm

    I like the community-based projects, but I would still like to have my own facilities, like the bathroom, and kitchen. That’s mostly, because of my age, and health. What do you do to enable restricted diets, and food allergies?

  • Mike
    January 5, 2016, 11:23 pm

    Lovin’ the geodesic window. I’d guess that window was at least as much work as the balance of the building.

  • Mark
    January 6, 2016, 5:08 am

    Where is this community??

  • sc
    January 6, 2016, 8:12 pm

    The window-OMG! I would put that right over my front door, or up in the loft behind the headboard. This is what makes tiny houses great, customizing features at a modest cost.

  • Glema
    January 6, 2016, 8:36 pm

    Nice job may God bless your small community of tiny house enthusiasts! And the green style of living. Happy trails! Thanks Alex for the article it was lovely.

  • Rue
    January 6, 2016, 11:00 pm

    Call me a stickler if you will, but watching this, the opinion lurking in the back of my brain suddenly solidified: if it doesn’t have at least some rudimentary cooking and toilet facilities, it’s not a “home”, it’s an elaborate bedroom with an attached sitting room.

    To me, I think a home should accommodate all major day-to-day life functions.

    I do think a tiny-oriented community like this, with shared land and facilities, is a great idea. Maybe not a great fit for me and my cave-dwelling self, but a great idea for those socially-minded enough to make it work.

    And yes, the geodesic window is beautiful. 🙂

    • Jarl
      February 4, 2016, 7:49 pm

      I would imagine that you would be able to cook your own food. but I do agree on the bathroom facilities. Not fun getting up in the middle of a stormy night to relieve yourself.

      • Zac D
        November 6, 2020, 6:02 am

        Yeah, portable gas cooker can easily be stowed and work with any table/bench.

  • Lori
    January 7, 2016, 8:21 pm

    Love the th movement and this site. Living tiny I do now camper remod 24 x8 size for four yrs. Plans to build the and collecting recycle material as well. Just purchased the h.w heater yesterday. I am hoping my comment counts in book sweeps as not all people use Facebook. Hoping to ad another thing book to the shelf I have already. Safe journey to all this 2016. Be welll

  • Paul
    February 4, 2016, 5:08 pm

    I have 31 acres 1,000 feet from one of the largest lakes in Wisconsin, 20 minutes from Wisconsin Dells and an hour to either LaCrosse or Madison. I do construction, operate equipment, know septic systems, plumbing, concrete and spray foam professionally…. I would love to turn my property into a tiny home community. If you are interested give me some info and I will talk with you. If enough are interested I will get site plans, lot sizes and costs then go for approval. I see no reason it won’t be, especially as a recreational park. We’ll sub divide the costs and all share the taxes etc together… paullukasjr@gmail. com

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