One of the best things about freedom from government interference is that it allows you to define and pursue (and if you are lucky, fulfill) your life project as you see fit. Governments that do more than simply protect “the law of equal freedom” impose barriers to that project pursuit and essentially disrespect individual moral dignity. Instead of respect, they impose the will of the many, the few, or even an individual (“l’etat c’est moi” and modern variants) on other individuals using the coercive power of the state. So in that case an individual is prevented or hindered from pursuing his/her life project or worse – having to pursue the life project of others against his/her will (see the Pyramids and so many other monuments to the state).
Of course, libertarianism as a political theory doesn’t tell us much at all about the projects one ought to pursue (other than that projects involving coercion are verboten [for more on this, see here and here]). But it does tell us that living this dream is perfectly acceptable – though not something I’d want in my basement: