Own home is a dream of many people. Very often it is not feasible for objective financial reasons. However, if the arms grow out of the right place, and the head can show a little ingenuity, you can “reinvent the bicycle” and get a country house for your own use. Specific, but your own.
Surely everyone dreams of their own house, preferably somewhere in the wilderness, so that no one bothers to rest from the work routine and daily bustle. Unfortunately, not everyone can afford something like this. However, there are still lucky ones. Like, for example, our today's hero, who bought a plot in the forest and built a real dugout there.
However, only at first glance, this “refuge” looks like something frankly strange and not suitable for civilized life. The first impression fades away, as soon as you find yourself behind the hatch door of this dwelling.
What's inside? Let's just say that everything inside is done according to the “comfortable minimum” program. A massive, well-insulated door leads inside the house. The room has everything you need to live for a long time, without being cut off from civilization. Gas, electricity, telephone communications and the Internet - the hobbit man (this is how the locals called our hero) took care of everything in the world.
In a small but comfortable home, everything is thought out to the smallest detail. Thanks to this, the person inside does not have a feeling of lack of free space. It is interesting that despite being underground, the ceiling is quite high in the house. Next to the dugout, the man built a toilet, shower and garage for his bike. In front of the house he paved a small porch with wild stone.
Interesting fact: Our hero Dan works as a local graveyard caretaker and earns about 5 thousand US dollars. At the same time, the man took the land for the house on a long-term lease for only $ 100. Utility bills cost him $ 200. All of this is very small by American standards.
See how the house looks in the video:
Want to know even more interesting things? Then it's worth reading about how Australian has developed 5 models of tiny houses in which everyone will want to live even in our time.