Ever dream of having a tiny home on your own homestead where you can grow your own food? Then you’ll love this “Our Tomorrow” property.
Outside, you’ll notice the first cabin has rustic tree trunk pillars supporting a generous deck off the front of this tiny home. The vertical wood siding is painted a light green that blends in with the surrounding foliage. The second cabin is light grey with a traditional gable roof.
When you go inside the first cabin, you’ll find a futon, antique oil lantern, bead board walls and open shelving in the kitchen. A study nook in the corner includes a small desk and chair, as well as an assortment of shelving for organization. The sleeping area includes two bunk beds and a larger cabinet for clothing and other storage. The inside of the second cabin has a crisp, clean feel, including natural wood bead board and cream walls. There’s also a third trailer-style home on the property.
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