With its large rooftop deck and off-grid capabilities, the Basecamp + Green provides a great way to escape to your favorite spot while enjoying the comforts of home. Built by Oregon-based Backcountry Tiny Homes, the 24′ tiny house offers 204-square-feet on the main floor and a total of 383-square-feet including the roof deck and lofts.
The off-grid features include a solar array with three 160W solar panels, 2000W inverter, and two L5 6V battery banks, plus there is a rainwater catchment system with 500 gallon cistern and 2-stage water filter.
The exterior of the Basecamp + Green is finished with sealed cedar siding with a metal accent and metal roof. The rooftop deck includes removable railings.
In the living room is a queen size IKEA Friheten sofa sleeper with storage loft overhead. Next to the living area is a large storage cabinet that frames in the dining table. The galley kitchen is equipped with a two burner Atwood cooktop, Magic Chef refrigerator/freezer, stainless steel sink, and butcher block counters.
The bathroom consists of a 36″x36″ fiberglass shower, composting toilet, sink, and medicine cabinet. Storage stairs lead up to the master bedroom loft, located over the bathroom and kitchen. The loft has headboard clothing storage and sliding laundry storage.
For more information about the Basecamp + Green, you can visit the Backcountry Tiny Homes website.
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