Gallery: Tiny Off-Grid Hawk House has Soaring Views of the California M...

The redwood bark façade was sourced from a neighboring sawmill.

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  1. jabailo July 20, 2013 at 9:29 pm

    I covet many of these tiny one-off homes, but at the same time, it’s impractical for me to think I would ever live in one as the cost of the land would be hundreds of thousands. Also I need electricity and an Internet connection, so I have to think hydrogen fuel cells. My feeling is I should be able to walk into IKEA, plunk down $10,000 (yes that ten thousand) for a complete house — complete as in self generating electricity and water purification that can plunked down anywhere and be liveable. That’s a habitat!

  2. Dan Rezaiekhaligh June 21, 2013 at 1:55 am

    Calling it an off grid cabin is a little generous isn’t it? It’s a finished shed.

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