Submarine Tiny House
Photo credit: Living Big in a Tiny House
At first glance, you may think this is a decommissioned submarine sitting out in the forest, but upon closer inspection, you’ll realize that it’s actually a tiny house. Couple Keith and Jen created this yellow submarine-shaped tiny house in their very own backyard. The cylindrical shape is based on a small grain silo, which eventually turned into the creation that you see here. Read more for a video tour and additional information.



It can now be rented on Airbnb, but sometimes, it’s also used as a bed and breakfast or a guest house. The entire structure is made almost entirely from up-cycled materials, whether it be old spa baths to radar domes. You enter using a ramp/jetty to the front bulkhead door, and are greeted with a Victorian Steampunk lounge and galley. Other areas include a periscope / control bridge, U Boat sleeping quarters and even a Beatles-themed bathroom at the back. More information here.

LEGO City Ocean Exploration Base Playset 60265, with Submarine, Underwater Drone, Diver, Sub Pilot, Scientist and 2 Diver Minifigures, Plus Stingray and Hammerhead Shark Figures, New 2020 (497 Pieces)
  • Kids can dive deep into imaginative underwater adventures with this amazing LEGO City 60265 Ocean Exploration Base playset
  • A toy ocean exploration base with interchangeable living and research modules, plus a docking submarine, underwater drone, 5 researcher minifigures and shark and stingray figures
  • The LEGO City Ocean Exploration Base features interchangeable living and research modules and a docking submarine with movable inspection arms, spinning propeller and opening cockpit with room for two minifigures
  • This playset makes a great holiday, birthday or any-other-day present for LEGO City fans aged 5+ and kids who love to role-play
  • When built, the exploration base measures over 7” (20cm) high, 10” (27cm) wide and 5” (15cm) deep, while the underwater drone measures over 1" (3cm) high, 2" (6cm) long and 1" (3cm) wide

Your diesel/electric metal coffin emergency dives to crush depth to wriggle free from depth charges pounding against the hull,classic ‘Das Boot’ stuff. 1850’s captain Nemo of the steam powered steampunk Nautilus must fend off monsters of the deep,” said the hosts.