Eco-friendly tiny house with a drawbridge deck

If you live in an area with a colder climate, such as Canada or Northern Europe, it does not mean you have to give up your dream of owning a tiny home. When built with the use of good quality materials, tiny homes can be very durable and warm. Eh! is a Canadian tiny house located near Ontario and developed by the Toronto-based company Greenmoxie. They managed to build a tiny home that reminds you of lake-side cottages with both rustic and modern features. It is also a highly sustainable home and perfect for those who would like to try the off-the-grid lifestyle. The house has a small drawbridge deck that can be powered electrically and offers a great outdoor space for lunch and chilling. Eh! is 30-foot-long, 8.5-foot-wide and 13.5-foot-high and the interior was organized in an efficient way in order to save precious space.

 

 

The Greenmoxie Tiny House has a drawbridge deck, which allows the tiny house to remain a reasonable length for towing but then extend when stationary to offer a generous outdoor deck area

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The Greenmoxie Tiny House: 340 SQ FT SUSTAINABLY BUILT COMPLETELY OFF-GRID STARTING AT $65,000 US

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