We love small, sustainable and affordable houses. And why not? With all the innovative fixtures, hidden compartments and fold-out walls that increase the floor area, homeowners can live pretty comfortably inside these tiny homes. Just take a look at this “House on Sleds” below.
This tiny house looks like a nondescript utility shed when shuttered up.
But when it’s opened…
A pretty swanky interior is revealed.
Thanks to its vertical structure, the 430-square-foot beach house offers a lot of space.
And lots of sunlight, too!
If you want fresh air, you can just unlatch the front panel to give way to a two-story window.
The house comes with a fully functional kitchen, bathroom, master bedroom, and triple bunk beds for guests.
Two large water containers sitting atop the back roof capture and store rainwater, which is then fed into the shower.
And let’s not forget the view. Pretty phenomenal!
The beach where this house is built is prone to erosion, so the house is placed on sleds, hence the name “House on Sleds.” If the weather is bad or the sea starts to get uncomfortably close, the house can be towed away to safety.
Pretty amazing for a “Hut on Sleds,” right?