La Casita Hita

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10 comments

  • starhawk says:

    Well, that’s pretty original. Nice, too… on the outside, anyhow. The inside strikes me as a bit stark and a bit sterile.

    Oh well. To each their own.

  • garrett says:

    The large open windows are nice..seems unfinished on the inside

  • Jenelle says:

    Well, if you look at it as a vacation campout cabin, it is extremely fancy. Perspective, I guess.

  • Brenda says:

    I actually had the opposite reaction! The first exterior picture, I was like ummm… then I saw the inside. WOW! Very beautiful

  • Kristina H Nadreau says:

    I do not want to see copper pipes looped all over…. there is little water in the desert, so how is the water being obtained? stored? used? disposed of when used ? pumped? This dwelling is for someone that is young and without any mobility issues. I would hate living there.

  • Zoey says:

    I love the visible copper piping. Unique and beautiful.

  • Nancy says:

    Looks thrown together. Don’t care for all the exposed pipes. Not for me.

  • Grace says:

    My boyfriend and I currently live in a 230sqft tiny house in MI and were shopping around for land to park in on in the Madrid area… we actually came upon this listing and both fell in love! We ere just bummed there wasn’t land for sale attached to it. Nice work, it’s gorgeous! Maybe we’ll see you out there one day!
    -Grace and Andy

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