Young Woman’s Off-Grid Tiny House & Farm By The Ocean

Situated on a dream overlooking the ocean, this young woman has created a beautiful tiny house to call home.

The farm has been in Kacey’s family for 150 years and 5 generations of her family have farmed this land. Still today, her grandparents, parents, aunties, uncles and siblings share this beautiful bit of together.

To be able to return home to the farm after collage, yet still retain her independence, Kacey decided to build a tiny house. The resulting home is wonderfully constructed with everything she needs. Its style is with a vintage twist. A wrap around deck creates indoor / outdoor flow and enables the home to take full advantage of its wonderful location overlooking the ocean inlet.

The tiny home is with power from an impressive solar array and water from the farms own supply.

Ultimately, this is an affordable dream home which has allowed Kacey to continue to be part of a family legacy while retaining her autonomy.

We hope you enjoy the tour of this very special tiny house.

Find out more about this tiny house and others on our website: https://www.livingbiginatinyhouse.com/

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

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20 Comments

  1. This tiny home is nothing short of stunning. As most of you know, I’m a huge fan of multigenerational living and seeing a family farm, which is shared by so many generations warms my heart. Having land and family like this is a true blessing and I love the way that Kacey’s home enables her to be close to her family while retaining her independence. I hope you enjoy this episode as much as we do! With love, Bryce & Rasa

  2. This woman is so charming. Who would be the lucky person in her life. What makes this place beautiful is those small family values like the glass and of course the history.

  3. I love how the clear corrugated panels of the partially enclosed entryway echo the black corrugation of the exterior sheathing. Very good choice! I also like the dark accent walls–that kitchen backsplash is gorgeous–and a dark sleeping loft makes perfect sense to me. Lastly, that split staircase may be mini, but it is most definitely grand!

  4. This is my new favourite! I love the split staircase, the vintage/modern fusion, the stained glass, the macrocarpa benches, but most of all, the two entrances. I work on the land and often come home filthy – every time I see tiny houses with just one entrance straight into the living area, my first thought is ‘what happens if you come home wet or muddy?’ This house is perfect!

  5. Bryce you are a pioneer if not THE PIONEER and AMBASSADOR for TINY HOUSE LIVING. 👍💓
    Your presentation is so positive, polite and you bring out so many details, history, tricks and beauty of THOW❣️ I love the respect you show, the sentimentality over personal keepsakes and your enthusiasm for personal expression no matter how odd it may be you see the art and the love in it. Blessings✨TY

  6. LOVE that wallpaper! All the colours just Pop with vibrancy against the black walls! It’s a breathtakingly beautiful home, and a brilliant creative design! We are so blessed by Bryce and Rasa, watching their channel and getting to view and tour such amazing tiny homes! Thank you!!❤❤

  7. This is a top 10 for me, so many nice choices in this house and use of colour and windows/openness to create space where there is none.

  8. 10 kw solar system and still having gas oven is kinda…. unnecessary I think. But still this home looks fantastic. And the location is stunning as well.

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