Wow, that’s a lot of power. DC LED lighting produces 60w equivalent with 8 watts of power, so roughly 80w should provide peak illumination for a house. An LED tv might consume roughly 120 watts plus conversion losses of inversion. But you can buy direct DC tv’s now, for not much of a premium. A satellite receiver might consume 40 watts AC, but some are made to run on 12v…
I can see fit to use an induction cooktop, if there’s excess power, or the propane ran out. Water can be heated with greater efficiency in summer with a flat plate collector. Or for year round use, why not just use a converted gas hot water tank? Here’s a commercial model. Makes sense to me, as most of the world never got access to endless cheap energy in a pipe or electrical service, and this is a highly efficient use of abundant biomass.
I am leaning towards using compressed air to move water, the air compressed by a windmill, and stored in 100 lb propane tanks.
A microwave might be in the energy budget, but use of that appliance is usually for minutes at a time at 1,000 to 1,200 watts.
What else does a house really require? A clothes washer. Then what? Toaster, coffee maker, each for very limited use.
For welding and power tools, given the periodic nature, I feel a stand alone, or PTO generator would be more practical.