The tiny cabin that I’m showing you today is a masterpiece to me.
It was originally built in 1912 by Swedish homesteaders using local materials.
Recently the structure has been restored using the same principals.
Local and reclaimed materials were used to rebuild it and the cabin now serves as an inexpensive guest cottage for friends and family of the owner.
Photo Credit Miller Architects, PC
I encourage you to enjoy the rest of the tour of this tiny cabin below:
Exterior with Porch and Side Entrance
I also really like the chimney and the dormer above the front porch.
Side Entrance with Covered Micro Porch
Private Outdoor Area and Entrance to the Basement
Living Area with Fireplace
View from Inside Looking through Front Porch
“Originally constructed in 1912 by Swedish homesteaders near Ennis, Montana, this cabin was disassembled and brought back to life as an active part of a larger ranch, to offer a comfortable and charming home base for friends and family. Through the use of locally-available natural materials the cabin reflects its Scandinavian roots, infused with style and comfort.” (Source)
For more information on this tiny cabin in Montana go to Miller Architects, PC here.
What did you like best about this little cabin? I think everything about it is great besides that I didn’t notice an indoor bathroom.
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