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Well, it's your lucky day as permaculture-practicing natural building enthusiast Claudine Désirée is selling her downtown Santa Cruz property for a cool $499,000 to the "right person/people."

So what's included in the sale?

The main house constructed from two vintage 1920s Santa Cruz streetcars, two earthquake- and pest-resiliant earthen cob studios (use 'em as meditation rooms, guest quarters, playhouses, or as a home office), a reclaimed barrel sauna, fruit trees, a cob stove, veggie and herb gardens, and three chickens are all part of the package. Oh, and I did I mention there's also a rather lovely handbuilt treehouse dubbed the Lorax Lodge?

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Matt Hickman ( @mattyhick ) writes about design, architecture and the intersection between the natural world and the built environment.

An urban cob compound in downtown Santa Cruz [Video]
After finding that she and her sons have outgrown their cramped converted streetcar digs, Claudine Désirée constructs two cob outbuildings in her backyard.