The Shack at Hinkle Farm

Sep 2, 2015

Category: Living, Showcase

Proving that you don’t need more than some basic materials you can find at a local home improvement store, Washington DC based architect Jeffrey Broadhurst created the aptly titled ‘Shack’ cabin.

Nestled on the hillside of South Fork Mountain in West Virginia, this off the grid space was nothing more than a little DIY project amongst Braodhurst and some buddies. With some help from his neighbors, the architect used nothing but products pulled right off the shelves from a home improvement store to build this beauty. The 140 square foot tiny home was built for his family to enjoy on their 27 acre property. The dwelling is lit by oil lamps, gets heat from the built-in woodstove and uses collected rain water for the shower. The project took 3 years to complete, and can only be accessed via an off-road vehicle. The perfect getaway indeed.

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