Are you planning to downsize or maybe add a guest house to your existing property? Well, a tiny house may be just the answer to your dilemma and your budget. Depending on your need, tiny structures are used for primary homes, yoga & fitness studios, vacation cabins, art galleries, or even a guest house in […]
You’ve probably heard about the new craze in affordable living, the tiny house. Well, it’s making a huge impact on sustainable living by bringing together a simplified lifestyle with responsible construction and most importantly, the environmental impact it makes on the land. Have you seen a tiny home up close and personal? It’s time you […]
Sustainability, defined by Websters, is the ability to use something without depleting it completely or use methods that do not completely use up or destroy natural resources. To many, “sustainable” is synonymous with “eco-friendly.” Environmental awareness is an important factor to being sustainable. A tourist attraction or location can be “green” but not necessarily sustainable. Learn […]
For some, the tiny house movement is a way of making modifications to live a simplified life. For others, it’s a goal to save money on a mortgage, utilities, and other expenses. Whatever the reason or motivation, the tiny house movement is making a big impact on the future of sustainable living. Size matters! According […]
It has been a long road to travel since breaking ground in 2008, but we finally have all 14 cabins on the property. Hobbitat has really out done themselves with these beautiful masterpieces. Hold tight as more progress , details, photos, and stories unfold!
Today is a bright and sunny day here at Deep Creek Lake, and work outside and have begun. We are installing a few of the outdoor showers. These showers will be installed at most of the cabins and were built by Hobbitat. Our crew has been busy planning our our next couple months of construction […]
We have a few photos to share from a recent visit to our Garden on Rt. 42 in McHenry Maryland.
Since our tiny home, Junior, is only used for marketing purposes, we rigged it up with a Goal Zero Yeti 1250.
The open air pavilion is really starting to take shape. Joe and his crew are doing such a fantastic job on this structure. The geometry is amazing! If you could name this pavilion, what would you name it? The Mothership? Post your comments below!
Over the past several months we have been working very hard with various crews in Garrett County. Check out some of the photos we have captured.