This A-Frame Tiny House in Australia Is Off-the-Grid Vacation Goals


How addicted to technology are you? Do you use your phone for everything? It isn’t just to text your friends and call your parents, right? You order food through your phone, shop online, scroll through social media. Hell, you can even do a ton of your banking and bills all right from your phone. What would you do if you lost your phone?

Honestly, sometimes we need to put our phones down and just disconnect. That doesn’t mean you need to run outside and go for a hike, but maybe read a book on your porch or in your backyard. Just enjoy a few hours without relying on technology. If you’ve ever wanted a vacation like this, you’re in luck.

Especially if you were interested in a vacation in Australia! This A-frame tiny home is the perfect off-the-grid vacation rental you need in your life.

The cabin is located on Kimo Estate, which is a popular wedding venue in the rural area of Gundagai, New South Wales. While the cabin is on the estate, it is located away from the main area.

The cabin, dubbed JR’s Hut, was designed by Anthony Hut Design and Luke Stanley Architects. It was created for guests to disconnect and enjoy the natural beauty of the area.

It was built with sustainable Australian hardwoods, with locally sourced materials, and pitched roofs covered in galvanized steel. The home has a glazed front wall, which allows for easy natural light in the interior of the home, while still showcasing the beautiful view.

This tiny home has an open area, with the living room and bedroom sharing the same space. There is a fireplace, basin sink, and even plenty of room for storage. The real standout of the home’s floor plan is all the deck space. In front of the home is a tiny deck, while the back of the home has a spacious deck that allows guests to enjoy the views at sunrise and sunset.

H/T: Inhabitat

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