This tiny log cabin on a trailer is 8′ x 16′.
If your spouse or significant other is hesitant this can be a way for you to give it a real shot.
The owner, Les, built the home himself back in 2009 and he uses it as a rental on his property on Lake Champlain.
There’s a private beach where visitors can kayak, canoe, row boat or paddle boat.
He built this in a unique way compared to most other tiny houses on trailers out there because he left the sides on the utility trailer intact.
Les designed it this way because he believes it’s stronger this way structurally. I think that’s a good point and I like the way he did it–notice below.
Photos Courtesy of Les Delorimier
This little house has the following features inside:
- LCD TV
- Sofa bed
- Breakfast table
- Sleeping loft
- Bathroom with shower
Simple Outdoor Amenities Make this Tiny Cabin Feel More Spacious
Notice how it has the two chairs on the built in patio deck along with the table and chairs for meals.
The kitchen has a:
- 2 burner stove top
There are plenty of shelves and compartments to store your stuff too. You can see in the photo below.
I love how there’s plenty of natural light that comes in from every part of the house.
Below is a shot of the cozy sleeping loft. I believe Les did a great job building this one.
If you’re wondering, the siding is called light pine log cabin siding.
Photos Courtesy of Great Camp 310
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