Cody Lundin is famous for being a survivalist and even has his own “Aboriginal Living Skills” school so it wasn’t a big leap for him build his own self-sustaining and completely off-grid earthen tiny house. The home looks like it was crafted out of the ground with stone floors and a living green roof. He did install solar power to run his computer and other electronics since he operates a website and business from home. Take a look at this one-of-a-kind home!
Video House Tour:
The main entrance of the home features multiple windows and a bright blue screened door. Round emblems giving homage to various religions and cultures arch over the entrance and welcome guests from all walks of life.
One of the entrances to the home is set back in a cave with antlers over the opening. Don’t be scared, the home is surprisingly welcoming inside!
The interior of the house looks like it was chiseled out of rock with painted walls and stone floors which help regulate the home’s temperature in all seasons. Greenery is throughout the home to clean the air and there are the normal comforts of home that you’d expect like a dining table and living area.
The bedroom is through a large opening and it’s spacious enough for a full-sized bed and several built-ins for storage.
There’s so much more to see in this unique home so be take a few minutes to watch this video tour: https://youtu.be/WWpSVNrt0LU
You can also learn more about Cody Lundin and his way of life by visiting his website at http://www.codylundin.com/.
And be sure to follow him on social media for updates:
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