Want to get away from it all? Tired of all the politics and negative news? Want to isolate from the threat of the pandemic?  Well, here’s an idea nestled in the mountains near Waitsburg, Washington.

Just imagine, no neighbors, no electrical bills, clean water, wildlife, and 90 acres of land to explore. This custom-built totally off-the-grid mountain retreat comes with 2 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, a large shop, and a guest cottage - well, sort of, it’s a converted RV – the perfect spot for your mother-in-law.

The home gets plenty of light and has incredible views from numerous double-pained windows. The home even has an elevator. The water is supplied by a 300 foot deep cased well and you’ll never have to worry about the water supply, as it comes with a 3000-gallon underground water bunker. The septic system is installed so there’s no sewer bill to pay either. Power is generated by two windmills and a remote-controlled diesel generator.

All this sits on 91 acres of land which overlooks a beautiful canyon. The home is listed by Daryl Schreiner of Lloyd’s Inc. Realty.  Scroll down and check out the images of the home being constructed from start to finish and the breathtaking views. Is this your paradise?

Want to Live Off the Grid? Here's Your Dream Mountain Home in Waitsburg, Washington

Want to get away from it all? Tired of all the politics and negative news? Want to isolate from the threat of the pandemic? Well, here’s an idea nestled in the mountains near Waitsburg, Washington. Just imagine, no neighbors, no electrical bills, clean water, wildlife, and 90 acres of land to explore. This custom-built totally off-the-grid mountain retreat comes with 2 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, a large shop, and a guest cottage…well, sort of, it’s a converted RV.

See Inside This Winter Cabin in the Blue Mountains

If you're looking for a spot to spend a few nights or more in a winter wonderland, then this huge cabin in the Blue Mountains just might be the place. It accommodates up 10 people with 9 beds (5 bedrooms) and 4.5 bathrooms. There's a lot to see in this part of Oregon - all seasons. Here's a peek inside.