Nearly everyone wants to live in their own dream house, but not everyone has enough money or a suitable place to make their dreams come true. However, you can always find an alternative.

Enlighten advises you to have a closer look at these tiny houses. The whole world is inside!

13. The Broons’ House, Scotland


There is a mysterious building on Loch Shin near the village of Lairg. It’s said that the locals collected money for the Broons’ House after a storm in 2015. According to popular comics, a huge family lives in this house. Who knows? Strange things happen here all the time. The water level rose by 10 meters (393.7 inches) when the hydroelectric power station was built in 1950.

12. A fridge-house


As a rule, modern houses have no cellars. As for this building, you just need to dig it into the ground and use it for food and wine storage.

The spherical Groundfridge provides a constant temperature. And if you don’t have your own house yet, you can use this one to shelter from the rain.

11. The smallest house, the Czech Republic


One of the smallest houses is located in Prague. Its facade is only 2.25 meters wide. It was built between 2 ordinary houses in the middle of the 19th century, and it was an art studio and a shabby bar at different times. Now it’s used as a vestibule.

10. The Thousand Islands House, the USA and Canada


There are 1,864 islands in the archipelago on the USA and Canada border. The biggest ones are inhabited, with almost 1,500 people on the largest island. Can you imagine that Just Room Enough Island has just one house with a backyard? By the way, all communications are run by one company which supplies each island.

9. Steve Areen’s house, Thailand


Steve’s extraordinary dome home inspires many creative people around the world. He built this house on an organic mango farm. The building, made of clay bricks, and its interior cost Steve $9,000.

8. One-square-meter house


The smallest house in the world was built by Van Bo Le-Mentzel, an architect from Berlin. Though its area is only 1 square meter, the house has a door, a window, and a chair. This tiny house weighs 40.8 kilos and even has its own wheels.

7. Snowboarders’ eco-houses


Mike Basich, an outstanding snowboarder, chose a tiny house (23 sq.m.) that he has built in the mountains over a luxury mansion. He used only eco materials to create this cozy building, and heat and light are provided by solar cells.