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Apple Blossom Cottage

This is the Apple Blossom Cottage.

It’s a tiny house in Jamaica, Vermont.

And you can book a stay in it if you wish!

This charming little cottage is built by the Jamaica Cottage Shop.

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  • ZACHARY E. MOHRMANN July 28, 2016, 8:39 pm

    Colors are a bit to bright but that’s no big deal, if your buying this house but this one is for rent at a B&B so you won’t care what color it is… Now this is a great for the first timer who has never lived in a tiny house before to try it out and see if this life is up to your standards… It’s sorta like a test run to see if you can adapt to this type of life……
    But all in all it’s a lot bigger then I had thought, when looking at the exterior photo’s of the house, and could only wish It were mine…

    • Eric July 30, 2016, 4:22 am

      As someone who really isn’t into bright colours (psychedalic 70’s passed me by) I actually like it. Probably because it isn’t overdone. Just the door and door frame.

  • Brandi July 28, 2016, 8:47 pm

    This looks like it is more like 10 feet wide.???? Nicely laid out.

  • Marie lovely s. Dupa July 29, 2016, 12:26 am

    Hi! I really like it very cute… can i have it for free i want to have a tiny house like that… so sad i cant have it because im in the philippines.

  • Gabriella July 29, 2016, 6:26 am

    I Love these Colors. They are Artistic and thean, Positive!

  • Ben Lunt July 29, 2016, 6:44 am

    I do like the bright colors. While I do appreciate all birds, I will always prefer the clothes of the male peacock over those of the wild turkey. Why tread softly when you can dance?

  • Maria July 29, 2016, 8:28 am

    Love the colors. I don’t like the bedroom. Bunk beds are not for me. Why is the toilet up off the floor? Wires running up by the ceiling in bathroom is ugly. I would like to see more pictures of kitchen.

    • Gail July 29, 2016, 9:47 am

      I wanted to leave a comment, not report this post….the link is broken, I’m afraid. Since I’m here, my reply to Maria is this; those are hot and cold pipes for the water in the bathroom. I’m guessing it is inside because in Jamaica, VT the winters can be brutal, so rather than deal with frozen pipes, I’m sure they drain the system, but also keep the pipes inside where there is a heat source. Just my opinion. And, I agree with you….not attractive to see where they are. Toilet on the platform….hmmm…not sure, unless it is a hidden area for a “honey pot”? No outdoor pipes there either, perhaps.

      • Kerrie August 8, 2016, 7:01 pm

        And a soffit could easily be built over those pipes to hide them.

  • Michelle Mecham July 29, 2016, 11:16 am

    Very cute house.

  • Emunah July 29, 2016, 1:04 pm

    Wow, I am from Jamaica and knows that houses are made in different shapes and sizes but did not know that there was a place that actually subscribes to the tiny/small house living. I have sent my contact off to them so that I can get my tiny house built in Jamaica. I love this.

  • Emunah July 29, 2016, 1:54 pm

    It is not actually in the Island of Jamaica!!!!!

  • Emunah July 29, 2016, 1:56 pm

    You mean it is not in the beautiful Island Jamaica WI?!!!!!!

  • Kerrie August 8, 2016, 7:03 pm

    I absolutely adore the Jamaica Cottage designs – in fact we are looking at one of them for our own tiny (on foundation).

  • Sharon Campbell August 8, 2016, 10:06 pm

    I also love the Jamaica Cottage houses and am planning a trip to Vermont in September and while I am there will check them out to see if this will work for my tiny home I plan to build in Virginia.

  • Rozan August 8, 2016, 11:16 pm

    Absolutely adorable. The bed room would be more desirable with one big bed. Is this a rental? Can you send me info and season prices if it is. Thanks much.

  • Johanna Wong August 8, 2016, 11:43 pm

    Cute, but I see some problems….

    Fire hazard: The electrical panel in the bedroom has been fitted in an open closet area – so naturally someone craving storage space has installed shelves and a hanging bar above and below the access door to the electrical panel. That was evidence of poor planning. Panels should be placed with 3 feet of open space around them to ensure quick and easy access in an emergency (at least that’s the code here in Canada). I know that can be tough in a tiny house, but putting it in a closet?!? Basic laws of physics apply to tiny houses (and trunks of cars, and women’s purses, etc …) Aristotle’s Law of Horror Vacui – Nature Hates a Vacuum – if you have an empty space, you will fill it. It’s human nature that that closet will be quickly crammed with stuff, like clothes, and storage for the bathroom (there doesn’t seem to be any there) rolls of toilet paper, paper towels, and all sorts of highly flammable items. Please use common sense if you are contemplating copying this house and relocate the panel to a space that you cannot possibly obstruct. In this case, a simple work-around would have been to move it 2 feet, and on the other side of the dividing wall to directly behind the bathroom door – always accessible and not too close to a water source.

    Emergency Exits? – The bedroom window (which is also the emergency egress) is partially obstructed by the ladder for the bunk bed. it looks like it is a slider, so hopefully it was set-up so that the left side opens (instead of the right side which is completely obstructed by the actual bunk bed). For that matter, what thinking person sets up a ladder next to a window? One sleepy misstep in the middle of the night, and it’s a quick trip to the local emergency room for stitches…..

    Toilet Sanitation? The side of the toilet bowl can’t possibly be more than 3 inches from the wall. Best case scenario, it would be extremely uncomfortable to use , even an extremely skinny person would be squished using this set-up. Worst case scenario, it is most certainly a difficult-to-clean filthy mess. Building codes require 15 inches from the centre of a toilet as a setback from walls or cabinets for a reason, and some codes are now moving towards 17 inches for accessibility. In this case, the owners should have considered a corner-toilet instead.

    Otherwise it is cute, and the general layout is less cramped than the typical tiny house. With a few common sense changes, it looks quite livable.

  • Gabriella October 9, 2016, 3:22 pm

    Pretty, Colored, Positive.

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