$10,000 Off-The-Grid Tiny House With HUGE Solar System

If you’ve ever worried that you wouldn’t be able to produce enough power when in a on wheels, this house may be the one to reassure you! I never thought that we would see a which has quite so many on the roof. Amazingly, this tiny house has a 4kw with 36kw of lead acid battery storage, allowing the family to power not just their home (including all the modern appliances) but also a tiny house building workshop!

The home was constructed as a DIY build by Glade and Cloe, with the vast majority of all the materials being found in the hard rubbish. With all the labour done by the couple, and with the building materials mostly up-cycled and recycled, the home was constructed for an amazing price of only AU$10,000!

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Sitting on 12 acres just outside of Melbourne, Australia the off-the-grid tiny house is an ideal home for his young family. Glade has started his own tiny house construction business which operates from his property, allowing him to spend time at home with his family. Their home is packed full of clever design ideas and is definitely one to check out. I hope you enjoy the video tour of this stunning off the grid tiny house.

You can find out more about Glade and his company, Off Grid Tiny Houses on his website: https://www.offgridtinyhouses.com.au/

Presented and Produced by: Bryce Langsyton
Camera: Bryce Langston & Rasa Pescud
Editing: Rasa Pescud

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20 Comments

  1. Funny how this house looks so amazing with only $10,000 spent.. Yet the last house was $240,000… Same cost as a normal house.

  2. Just a simple question: why did they cut down so many trees around the house, is it to prevent fire risks?

  3. Makes sense if you live where there’s ample sunshine ; bank it. Like to know the cost of that serious solar set up. Talented people.Thanks Bryce and crew.👍

  4. Episodes like this are what brought me to this channel many years ago. I miss the innovators and DIYers who make great homes through creative means. They have the most influence and inspiration. I am not a fan of the “look what I paid for” episodes.

  5. The estimate without the solar panels is about $10k, but there are 20 solar panels… Let’s not forget the water tank, pumping system, etc.

  6. Nice, warm, cosy house and a father being able to be present!… How wonderful!!! Thanks for sharing so beautiful videos Bryce!!!

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