Now you can experience “Star Wars” by living in this galaxy.
Straight out of the fictional desert planet Tatooine, a real-life Earthship house has hit the market for a reasonable $360,000 in the Greater World Earthship community.
Situated on three acres of land, the one bedroom, one bathroom, 1,400 square foot home is located in El Prado, New Mexico.
“As a Realtor, I have sold several Earthships over the last seven years, but I have also lived in my own house for 17 years,” Alicia Baumhoff, who has the listing with Taos Sage Real Estate, told The Post.
“Most houses take care of you, but an Earthship takes care of you.”
With panoramic mountain views, the residence is completely off grid, allowing its residents to avoid high utility bills.
The house runs on 1.5 kW supplied by solar panels along with batteries.
There is also passive solar heating with a small wood stove and gas heater for backup. listing notes,
Water is supplied by a rooftop catchment system in a 5,000-gallon tank.
Features include custom tile mosaics and cabinets.
The home also comes with a matching bespoke kitchen island on wheels, a built-in dining room table, and a built-in bedroom headboard.
In the living and bedroom areas, gardeners grow tomatoes, geraniums, bougainvillea, rosemary, and ivy.
“Walk the recently constructed stone labyrinth at the base of the Sangre de Cristo Mountains or it’s a quick bike ride or walk the Gorge Bridge hiking trails,” the listing says, adding that residents can visit the hot springs. You can also use back roads for this. ,
The listing states that the unconventional home has been successfully used as an Airbnb.
The description reads, “Experience the peace and tranquility of being in constant union with nature.”
“Earthships are homes that are in harmony with nature,” Baumhoff told The Post. “The roof is a giant tea cup that collects 5,000 gallons of water, which flows through the sink and into the greenhouse to water the plants, so you don’t need the permaculture concept.”
He added: “The electricity comes from the sun (1.5 kW solar panels), as does most of the heat for the house. Not only is this satisfying, but it means no monthly water, heat or electricity bills.
The home is located in a community that has over 300 acres of shared land surrounded by other Earthship homes. It is completely off the grid, using exclusively solar and wind power.
Most Earthships are single-storey structures – long and narrow, with one side usually made of rock and the other made of glass. Plants often occupy the space between two walls.