Would you like to visit Tiny go Lightly and experience tiny house living for yourself?
Tiny go Lightly is an off grid tiny house, built on a trailer and recently relocated to Ravenscroft farm in the Latrobe Valley. With solar power for electricity, rain water tanks, a compost toilet, a wood fire oven/stove top and instant gas hot water run from a small gas bottle, the house is entirely transportable and set up to be mostly self-sufficient. A project in sustainable living, the house is built for two but sleeps up to four adults.
Measuring 6.5 metres long and 2.8 metres wide, Tiny go Lightly features a mezzanine loft for sleeping on, a full bathroom and kitchen, complete with a fridge, gas stove top (for summer months) and a hot shower. The double french front doors open onto a custom built deck that gives stunning north views over a wetland and dam in the foreground, with Mt Baw Baw standing sentinel in the distance. South views from the lounge and loft windows follow the floodplains down to the Latrobe River, and on out over Gippsland.