Yellowstone Riverside Tiny Home - Paradise Gateway in Montana

You'll be sure to love this quaint and intimate tiny house on wheels located on the banks of the Yellowstone River in Emigrant, Montana, United States. The tiny house can accommodate up to 2 guests with 1 bedroom and 1 bathroom. During your vacation stay, you'll have the entire tiny house to yourself. This off-grid, luxury, and green tiny house sits on the banks of the pristine Yellowstone River. During your vacation stay, you can listen to the water and jumping trout as you fall asleep under the beautiful Montana Big Sky. All built to protect the environment and have the convenience of acreage next to the Yellowstone River. Induction stove, Wi-Fi, Sat TV, AC, and convenient, luxury bathroom. We strive to be GREEN. Luxury linens, queen size bed, and perfect for two guests in a Romantic setting.

The tiny house has a queen-sized bed on the main floor and a tiny sleep loft that you'll need to climb up to. During your vacation stay, you can enjoy a flick at the end of your arduous day of adventuring on the flat-screen television. The kitchen has an induction stove that makes for a wonderful place to cook up a quick breakfast. There is an intimate hand-made wooden table that is a great place to start your day with a coffee. The cozy bedroom nook is the perfect place to drift off to sleep with your head at the edge of the Yellowstone River. Enjoy the scenic pond as a great place to decompress, and you are just steps away from starting your day with excellent fly-fishing. The beautiful Emigrant peak overlooks the Yellowstone River and provides the backdrop for your Montana vacation.

Solar power is just one of the ways you can go off-grid for small house living. When it comes to solar power and your tiny house you want to be prepared for those overcast and cloudy days. It's a good idea to not just rely on your solar power only. This will especially depend on where you live, as some places are very sunny, but no matter where you are you'll still have days that they get overcast and cloudy. On those days you'll need to watch your electricity usage and make sure you don’t discharge their batteries below a certain percentage. There is a lot of technology and systems that go into making a tiny house off-grid design work, and sometimes that means you have to make adjustments to how you live in a tiny house and by reframing your relationship with energy. There are lots of lessons to be learned for anyone who might be considering going off-grid in tiny house design.

There are several benefits to living in a tiny house on wheels off the grid with simplicity being at the top of the list. Another benefit of off-grid living is time. Living in the modern world often means that people are rushed, perhaps waiting in traffic or driving a lot, and a lot of time gets wasted. Whether it be sitting in rush hour traffic, watching mindless television, waiting at the doctor's office, or spending time on electronic devices. Many people find that they need more time. When you downsize into a tiny house and choose to simplify your life, you pull away from all the unnecessary stuff that takes up so much of your time, and you will find that you have more time to do the things you truly enjoy.



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