The Lucky House

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Sustainable building materials, solar panels, propane appliances, and a full bathroom set this tiny house apart from others while making it easy to live in.

An off-grid ready, 200 square feet tiny house in Victor, Idaho. More info. here.

9 comments

  • carmen ines says:

    How much and can it get move?

  • Carol says:

    I like the reuse of the cooler!

  • Dorothy says:

    How do you get into the loft???

  • Jeff says:

    This is really cool because it looks lived in. Used. Utilized. Bathroom is messy: great! It is a unique design that not everyone will love, but I’m sure the owners are happy since it seems custom designed. Thanks for sharing.

  • Skooj says:

    Actually Jeff, this seems to be a not-as-nice knockoff of the leafhouse, which was featured on this site in 2012.

    http://tinyhouseswoon.com/leaf-house/

  • Kathy says:

    I think being inspired by, building, and living in a TH is pretty cool, and I also appreciate the honest,”lived-in” photos. Perhaps the poster shld have credited the Leafhouse, but there’s a way to say so without just a drive-by slam.

    • Skooj says:

      I’m just gonna say that perhaps I was a bit uncharitable with my previous comment. Sometimes you type without thinking. I think I allowed myself to be annoyed because the previous poster characterized this house as unique, and all I saw was what seemed to be an exact copy of the Leafhouse, which may have been the first THOW that I saw that didn’t seem like a Tumbleweed… something that was actually different. Neither the previous poster nor the builder of this house had anything to do with the what went on in my head, so eh… my bad. Heck, it may be exactly the Leafhouse. Tinyhousing.ca sells the plans for anyone to build. I still feel that the original seems nicer, but that’s gonna be a matter of personal opinion.

  • Robyn J. says:

    I think I like it; it’s hard to get a good idea of the flow and layout from the pics. I do like that it seems to have more natural light than the average tiny house, but the layout seems rather choppy. If there are more like normal stairs to the loft, then I like that. I really like the kitchen and the type of wood that is used.

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