A Tiny Home in the Blue Ridge Mountains

Blue Ridge Mountain tiny house

After realizing their 3,500 sq ft home was draining most of their finances, a couple decided to make a big change and go tiny.

Together they designed an eco-friendly tiny house and built it on a friend’s property in Round Hill, Virginia. The 250 sq ft home has a great view of the Blue Ridge Mountains, and encourages its owners to get out more.

The home is powered by a number of energy-efficient means. About 80% of the home is solar powered, heat is provided using a clean wood-burning stove, and food is prepared using an alcohol-burning stove.

You can visit their blog, Simply Enough, here to follow along on their tiny adventures!

Blue Ridge Mountain tiny house

Blue Ridge Mountain tiny house

Blue Ridge Mountain tiny house

Blue Ridge Mountain tiny house

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