Gallery: Amazing Tiny Tack House Was Built Entirely by Hand!

The front door opens up to an airy yet compact living room. A gabled roof, skylight, and ten windows spread throughout the first floor flood the space with light. The Tacks sleep in a second floor mezzanine loft, accessible by ladder, which looks over the living room and accommodates a queen sized bed.

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  1. Laura S. May 13, 2013 at 8:50 am

    What really grabs my attention is the perfect detail of every aspect of the house. I mean it is much easier to plan something big and spacious, but in such a small place, you have to bear in mind every little detail. Two things are still unclear to me:

    Do they live there for the whole year?

    Do they have any additional place where they keep their stuff?

    I definitely want to try to living off the grid but I´m not sure how to build a proper isolation. We used to have a wooden cottage that was not isolated well (I would say it was not isolated at all) and it was not possible to live there during the winter.

  2. gingervista May 9, 2013 at 7:11 pm

    Nice..really beautiful; love the cute shower! What does that mean exactly, \\\”build entirely by hand?\\\” No power tools, a la the Amish?

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