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.

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Incredible images show the 106-square-foot property in the wilderness with its huge windows allowing perfect views of the surrounding countryside.

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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.

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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.

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“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.”

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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!

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Ultimately, Ryan Abernathy, Brandon Boorsma, and Matt Leitch—the brains behind DROP Structures—hope that Mono revolutionizes the concept of space.

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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.

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