It’s located in Berlin and is available as a one of a kind vacation rental where you can connect with nature in a unique way. And best of all, you’re not far from a subway station with access to restaurants and more.
There are actually two treehouses on the property and they’re almost identically designed. Inside you’ll find a kitchenette, living area, full bathroom, and lots of windows that bring the nature in. I hope you enjoy below.
I just had to share this amazing piece of property with a beautiful 768 sq. ft. tiny barn cabin already on site that’s for sale. And the best part is… You can bring up to 3 tiny houses and/or RVs with you.
Yes. There are already 3 RV hookups on site in addition to an 8×12 shed for storage. The plot of land is near Lake Cushman so there’s lots of recreational opportunities around like golf, tennis, biking, hiking, boating, fishing, and camping.
There is an HOA fee in this area but it’s only $30 according to the listing on Zillow. The lot size is 10,280 sq. ft. and the MLS number is 676923. Please enjoy the tour below and if you want to re-share it with anyone you think might be interested in it.
I think it’s a great opportunity to start living tiny and maybe even invite some tiny housers to your property, too! Personally, I’m a little tempted. Let me know what you think about it in the comments below. I’d love to read your thoughts.
768 Sq. Ft. Tiny Barn Cabin With Land and RV Hook Ups
Guest Post by Michael Kelley – How I Converted My Garage into a Tiny Home for $6k
We live in a 600 square foot cottage in Ely, NV. We have plenty of space for everything except parties and overnight guests.
Our solution was to convert our humble stand alone garage into a party room/casita. Our home and casita project have been furnished and decorated from yard sales and hand-me-downs from friends.
The casita is approximately 380 square feet and features a separate sleeping area and a bathroom with shower. We wanted an industrial look so we used corrugated metal on about half of the interior walls.
A tool chest serves as a kitchen cabinet with drawers. All of the “kitsch” on the walls was obtained for less than $500.00. We did a lot of the labor but did use a contractor for the plumbing and electoral work.
An evaporative cooler provides cooling and space heaters are used for heat. A coffee pot, toaster, and an induction burner have been sufficient for our guests cooking needs. The remaining garage space is just large enough to house our golf cart.