Hidden home inside Utah cliff is perfect for off-the-grid living

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Are you attracted to a life off-the-grid? You don't need to go 'Wild' to do so.

One of the most eccentric homes in the U.S. is a self-sustaining property that's actually carved into a canyon in Montezuma, UT.

Homeowners of this unique abode can live in total seclusion given the home's solar panels, 12,000-gallon freshwater retention system, as well as a multi-acre vegetable garden, orchard and vineyard with ripe fruits, veggies and wines for every season.

The hidden hideaway, appropriately nicknamed the Cliff House, will be sold at auction on Jan. 21 -- just one day after the 45th president is sworn into office.

Watch the video above to learn more about the secret residence.

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