Casa Tiny Concrete Surf House in Mexico

Feb 8, 2017

Category: Living

Tucked away up in the hills from the busy surf town of Puerto Escondido is a minimalist and tiny home made entirely of concrete. Dubbed the Tiny Casa and designed by Aranza de Ariño, it’s a perfect option for traveling surfers or couples who want all perks of staying close to the big blue Pacific Ocean but with ample privacy to unwind on their own accord. And guess what, you can rent it.

Thanks to several sets of slatted wooden blinds that gracefully open up, this indoor/outdoor home will remain cool with the help of a gentle sea breeze rolling off the ocean below. There’s also a pool in the backyard, concrete patios surrounding the property and the kitchen counter actually extends outward onto one of the patios creating a quaint dining area for friends and family. It comfortably also sleeps up to two people in the Casa’s lofted sleeping area overlooking the hillside and is available on Airbnb for rent, where prices range depending on the time of year and availability. [Purchase]

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