Awesome $4,500 Completely Off-Grid Tiny House

“I recently had the chance to visit Jeremy’s completely off-grid tiny house in eastern, North Carolina. The first thing that struck me about his tiny home is the simplicity of it while also maintaining a very nice aesthetic. His water comes from a pitcher pump inside the home that is filtered before use. His energy comes from a simple solar that meets all of his needs. His tiny house is basically everything he needs and nothing he doesn’t. He even grows much of his food, coming pretty darn close to self-sufficiency. One more word that’s never mentioned around Jeremy’s home, for obvious reasons is “mortgage.”


3 thoughts on “Awesome $4,500 Completely Off-Grid Tiny House”

  1. Hello Mr Geiger,

    I am interested in your floor plans but I know that you don’t customize them but I wonder if anyone on your staff is able to do so. I am interested in an octagon shaped 1 family home similar to the torus but with no atrium in the middle replaced with a fireplace and closed dome shaped wood roof. I just ordered you book from Barnes and Noble and I should receive it in 5-10 bus days. Do you have a solution for my dilemma???

  2. I love stories like this. In fact, I wish someone would start an Affordable Tiny House YouTube channel with similar stories. I think it would be a big hit because most tiny houses are not affordable. Learn the tips and tricks and awesome layouts from the pros and then build your own like this guy did for cheap. It’s the difference between say $5,000 and $80,000.


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