By Mark McConville
THIS STUNNING £19k tiny house could be perfect for living off the grid as you can drop it almost anywhere without a permit.
Incredible images show the 106-square-foot property in the wilderness with its huge windows allowing perfect views of the surrounding countryside.
Other striking shots show the tiny structure illuminated at night, its basic but comfortable interiors and people enjoying a fire on comfortable chairs just outside the house.
Aiming to take the guesswork out of the process, DROP Structures has designed a prefab house, called Mono, that can be placed almost anywhere in North America for less than £19k.
At just 106 square feet (including a 4-foot covered deck), it does not require a permit in most of North America. That means that this “plug and play” property can be placed in a myriad of locations without restriction.
Additionally, this tiny house is entirely pre-fabricated. DROP Structures will even deliver it to its new location—no matter where you choose.
“The Mono can go in a backyard as an exercise room, an office, a play room, or a guest room,” the company says.
“It can go to the country for glamping, or act as extra space at a family cottage.”
By default, each Mono is lit by LED pot lights and heated by an electric heat source. It also features a Baltic Birch interior finish, vinyl flooring, and a Douglas Fir deck, though alternative materials are available at additional charge.
Similarly, the model can be upgraded with a bathroom, kitchen, loft, Murphy bed, cabinets, and blinds. The prefab possibilities are endless!
Ultimately, Ryan Abernathy, Brandon Boorsma, and Matt Leitch—the brains behind DROP Structures—hope that Mono revolutionizes the concept of space.
DROP Structures started out of a need for space. Space to live. Space to work. Space to pursue hopes, dreams and passions.
They wanted a space that was clean, well built, one that we could enjoy living and working in.