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This is a little off-grid cottage in Sweden.

It was originally built in the 1930’s in Karlholm bay.

Originally, it was even smaller but two wings were added on to it in the 1970’s, according to Small House Bliss.

Today, it’s a beautiful 592 sq. ft. cottage. The property also features an additional tiny guest cabin with a bathroom too! Please enjoy, learn more, and re-share below. Thank you!

Little Off-Grid Cottage in Sweden

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This is a little village cottage in Sweden.

From the outside, you’ll notice cranberry red board, batten siding, and a tiled gable roof.

When you go inside, you’ll find a living room, kitchen, dining room, bathroom, and upstairs sleeping loft.

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Little Village Cottage in Sweden

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This is a tiny bungalow by the sea in Sweden.

From the outside, you’ll notice burgundy siding and a covered front porch you can reach via a flight of wooden steps.

When you go inside, you’ll find an open living and dining area, a full kitchen, a bedroom, and bathroom.

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Tiny Bungalow by the Sea in Sweden

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This is a tiny studio cabin in Sweden you can rent for vacation!

From the outside, you’ll notice a fun yellow house with a unique roof line sitting near the trees.

When you go inside, you’ll find a living area, kitchen, dining, bathroom, and bedroom.

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Tiny Studio Cabin in Sweden

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You likely have bitter-sweet memories of your days in a college dorm: tight apartment-style places with sub-par amenities.

Take a look at Sweden’s super cool alternative to dorms: tiny cabins. Sweden has a minimum-size requirement, but because so many students were “dorm-less,” they got exceptions to build tiny houses.

From the outside, you’ll see four lime green cabin structures complete with solar panels on the roofs and a white picket fence surrounding the perimeter. Each unit is 110 square feet. In other areas, there are tiny freestanding rectangular cream-colored tiny cabins which are only 93 square feet.

Take a step inside and you’ll encounter a crisp modern interior that includes kitchen, bathroom, living and sleeping spaces for a student. Having all those amenities, even in a tiny space, is a huge plus for students used to sharing those necessities. The cost? About $375/month, or half what it costs to live in other college cities in Sweden.

Sweden using Tiny Cabins as College Dorms

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