Incredible Salvaged Off-Grid Tiny House On Permaculture Farm

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This tiny house has an incredible story to tell. At only 10m2 (or 108 ft2) this home on wheels has been constructed almost entirely from salvaged materials. Despite it’s micro footprint, it’s a fully functional home for a family of three.

source/image: Living Big In A Tiny House

Located on an incredible permaculture, this predominantly off-the-grid tiny house homestead uses solar power, solar water heating, rainwater harvesting and has it’s own uniquely designed natural grey water treatment system.

In the surrounding gardens, lots of organic food is produced with the help of an aquaponics system. Outside the home, the gardens are flourishing and there is plenty of food growing.

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For this family, it’s important to know where their food comes from, that it’s local and organically produced. The home is charming in it’s own right, but when surrounded by such incredible landscape, community and organic permaculture farming, it becomes a true dream home.