Views From a Tiny House

Yale student's eco-friendly abode

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    Yale graduate student Elizabeth Turnbull calls this 144-square-foot box home.

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    Turnbull said installing the windows was one of the hardest tasks in building her home.

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    These solar panels provide energy to light the tiny house.

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    The front entrance to the house comes equipped with concrete blocks as steps.

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    A ground-floor look into the 144-square-foot living space.

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    Turnbull has a nice, if unfinished, counter space for when she cooks on the stove.

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    The main living space of the tiny house.

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    Turnbull uses this as her study area, located beneath her loft bed.

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    The 'living room' area comes complete with a lounge chair.

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    Turnbull can enjoy the scenic view from her desk.

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    Turnbull's queen-sized loft bed provides ample room to sit up and read, complete with sails as her ceiling canvas.

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    Elizabeth Turnbull welcomes you to her 144-square-foot home in New Haven, Conn.

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