all photos are © Jonathan Avery Tiny House Scotland
Bright colors and an open, light filled interior welcome you when you first see this wonderfully charming tiny house.
The goal was to create a super efficient, super sustainable tiny home and I do think he has succeeded with Nesthouse.
There is an off-grid option, creative storage and even a bathtub, but it is a bit on the small side.
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There are three options for varying lengths, as the house can be 107 to 320 square feet. Starting prices are very reasonable: 17,000 to 38,000 pounds, or almost $21,400 to nearly $48,000, with the goal that the final build will be under 50,000 pounds, or close to $63,000. The home can be hooked up to the grid, fully off-grid, or run on hybrid power.
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NestHouse offers snug accommodations. The beautiful tiny house is highly insulated, according to Avery, and is built with sustainable wood and minimal waste. In his Tiny House Scotland Manifesto, Avery mentions passive ventilation and passive solar orientation as features that help ensure the home uses power efficiently.
There are wonderful space saving ideas. For example, the sleeping loft ladder twists around a wood stove, saving space, and pull-out storage beneath the winding staircase ensures occupants can make the most of the tiny house.
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NestHouse offers a quaint, eco-friendly option for everyone from first time homeowners to empty nesters seeking to downsize.I really think that this is one of the best tiny house designs I have seen.
Be sure to check out the Tiny House Scotland site for more details.
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