Bozeman Off-Grid Tiny House
Here is a great example of an off grid tiny house so that you can get an idea of what these tiny homes are like....
This 280-square-foot tiny house is ready for off-grid living with its solar panel system, 50-gallon fresh water tank, propane appliances, and a composting toilet.
The tiny house, built in 2016, has all cedar siding, a cedar porch, and a metal roof. Spray foam insulation was used in the ceiling, walls, and floor, giving it an R-21 insulation value.
A Morso wood stove and Ashley direct vent propane heater keep the place warm in the winter. The 1000 watt solar panel system includes:
There are two lofts and a downstairs bedroom with closet space. The kitchen is equipped with a four burner propane stove and oven, refrigerator, pantry, and granite countertops. The bathroom includes a corner shower, sink, and Separett composting toilet.
This tiny house is currently for sale with an asking price of $68, 000. You can get more information on the Tiny Home Builders website.
These tiny homes do seem to be really expensive but I do see the attraction to buy.
The process for leveling a tiny home is essentially the same as when leveling a full size mobile home
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