15 Beautiful Off-Grid Homes We’d Like to Live In

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We bring you not one home in the middle of nowhere with the word zero in it, but two. Meet ZeroHouse. If you’ve dreamed of remote living, but don’t want to put up with pesky hurricanes and flooding, fear not. The 650-square-foot home can survive 140-mph winds, and the helical-anchor foundation system means you’re safe in water up to 10-feet deep. Solar power is stored in an onboard bank, so the home can sustain itself for a week without sunlight. Bring on the apocalypse! ZeroHouse also “hibernates” to conserve energy, has a water catchment system, and handles the homeowner’s needs like a rock star — a very eco-minded rock star.