( Prounounced "Ha-lay 6" )
"Hale" is the Hawaiian word for a home or cottage.
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Small enough to move by truck, a Hale-6 can be added wherever you live, and then taken along with you if you ever change home locations.
Here is a Hale-6 that has been made as a Sauna/Bath House. There is a bathroom added on the right side, and an outdoor sink/vanity under the front porch cover...
Here is a look at the inside, which is fragrant in natural unfinished kiln-dried Port Orford Cedar:
The Hale-6 that you see in these photos is an energy self-sufficient unit, with solar lighting, wood-stove heated water for the sink and bath/shower, and a Biolet composting toilet:
Here is a Hale-6 that has been made up as a young person's bedroom.
A redwood sleeping loft/bunk about 5' up allows room for a desk or a dresser underneath, and a clothes rack for hanging garments.
Overall, the Hale-6 makes a very workable space for a private little "cottage" bedroom.
If you need a little extra space for an office, a bedroom or for visiting guests, a Hale-6 can be a simple and charming way to add to your existing home, whether you currently own or rent.
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Last modified on 01/13/2020.