Man Turns A Cave Into An Incredible Home That’s Now An Airbnb

Sometimes, people feel the need to leave the city and live abroad. That's especially true for former miner Grant Johnson. After purchasing a piece of land away from development, he decided to turn the house into one of the most unique structures in the world. You can do it there.

Miner Grant

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At the age of 17, Grant Johnson discovered mining in Moab, Utah. Despite the difficulty of the secret, he still tries to overcome the situation.

The job gave him a lot of confidence that he knew how to build a house. Mining will help him in the long run. Advertiser

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He later lived on land outside Boulder in the 1980's.

He has purchased 40 acres of undeveloped land and is moving into his new home. It's time to act.


Living in the Countryside

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Grant is far from the world so rarely sees things like basic roads and people.

This time, though, he's doing well. He started riding horses so travelers could travel on horseback. Now is the time for him to realize his true purpose.


Making His Dreams Come True

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It's 1996, 16 years after he bought the property, and Grant is ready to start building his dream home. All he needs are some tools.

First they blast holes in the side of the big rock. It sounds scary, but Grant knew what he was doing.



Grant's Vision

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Drilling a large hole in a large rock may seem like a feat, but Grant is just getting started.

"One of the things I've heard is that a lot of people don't know what they want, you know? But I always knew, even if it was stupid," Grant wrote in 2020. he himself. It's very visionary.


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