When you step inside, the area to your left transforms between a bedroom and dining room but it can also be used as a hobby room (like for yoga or for kids to play) since both the bed and the dining table can be stored up into the walls. Pretty cool feature, right? Please enjoy and learn more below!
This is a fully restored tiny home in Olympia, Washington from the 1920’s known as the Historic Hursey House. It’s a 770 sq. ft. cottage on a .11 acre lot offered at $275,000 but is already pending sale! Beautiful to look at though, isn’t it?
Anytime I think of treehouse, I think of how cool and useful this custom bicycle-powered ‘elevator’ lift is!
Would you seriously consider living in a little cabin up in the trees like this one?
This is Realwood Tiny Homes in Chehalis, WA.
REALWOOD TINY HOMES is a division of Sustainable Engineered Buildings Inc., a compact building and tiny home company providing a comprehensive suite of environmentally friendly products and services.1