Spacious DIY Off-The-Grid Tiny House

This spectacular off-the-grid in Australia is a true beauty! Constructed as a do-it-yourself build, the house is designed to be open and spacious.

As new , Jan and Kev wanted to construct a home for themselves which would free up time and financial resources so they could enjoy their future together. A was the ideal solution.

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This DIY home is completely , using and collecting rain water. The completely self-sufficient is packed with clever design concepts and promises to be a wonderful future home for this pioneering couple.

We hope you enjoy the full tour of this wonderful !

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

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20 Comments

  1. We’re back with another series of Australian tiny house tours! This is such a great home and we really love the story of this build. Thanks for watching! For those who would like to support the channel and help us produce more content, we do have a Patreon page! https://www.patreon.com/livingbig – Thanks, and we’ll see you next week!

  2. Why install such dinky guard rails? Is it to insure that if you fall, you get tripped to fall on your head, instead of your ass?
    Think a little!
    This is why we need building codes. This “Safety feature” will not pass any building code in any country.
    Excluding that, its perfect. Even the dogs are super cute.

  3. . πŸ’› 🧑 πŸ’œ ❀ πŸ’™ πŸ’š
    Absolutely Beautiful Tiny Home even though it seems bigger than a Tiny Home. So Spacious.

  4. Curious. A few questions What are the exterior and interior walls made from and is that a high fire risk area and do they have an egress route out of there? Do they have a truck that can pull 10 meters of house down winding roads?

  5. One of the better ones I’ve seen. And not too expensive.

    I think in Australia you really need a big roof over the entire structure. Would dramatically improve liveability in the warmer months and more rain collection.

    Good job Bryce.

  6. This is my favourite episode so far, a lovely house that’s been so well thought out and constructed and two really nice people πŸ™‚

  7. ONE MILLION subscribers! Well deserved…. congrats from Pittsburgh Pennsylvania. USA πŸŽ‰πŸΎπŸŽˆπŸŽŠ One of my favorite you tube channels. βœŒοΈβ€οΈπŸ˜€.

  8. Love this home! Love the dogs! The sliding, folding front doors are such a beautiful feature. Awesome bath. Home is so spacious! Great interview! Thanks!

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