Somewhere near Beaverton, Oregon on a wooded lot, Luke & Tina and their three dogs live in this 204 square foot tiny house. They call it Basecamp.
Inside you’ll find a living room, kitchen, bathroom, loft bedroom, and ample storage. There is also kennel space, hidden doggie dens, and a water bowl that is fed by rainwater.
Outside is a small storage unit and there’s even a rooftop balcony to relax and enjoy the scenery.
The home is ready to go off-the-grid too. A solar array is on the roof that feeds a bank of batteries. Propane gas is used for heating and cooking. A rainwater collection system helps provide water.
Learn more about this tiny house design at Backcountry Tiny Homes.
I really like this except for those very high steps to bedroom loft. Being short and old would make those impossible to navigate. Love the access to the roof.
Wow, I don’t think I’ve ever seen so much storage in a tiny house…and looking this good, too!! Very awesome