I had the chance to capture this tiny pink guest cottage in Florida a few days ago and wanted to share it with you here.
The owner didn’t have the exact dimensions but it’s definitely less than 500 sq. ft. and she was nice enough to let me take pictures inside and out for me to share with you.
This is what I call a grandfathered-in tiny cottage here in Florida because you can no longer build this small in this seaside town.
The cottage is also rare because it hasn’t been added onto like most of the ones that are still around in the area. It’s pretty much in its original state besides general upkeep and maintenance throughout the years.
Tiny Cottage in Florida
Photos by Alex Pino
I only wish they still built homes like this today instead of the oversized cookie cutter homes we normally see being developed around here.
Anyway, I encourage you to enjoy touring the rest of this beautiful tiny house on a foundation below:
I love the cottage because it also has a lot of outdoor space in the front and in the back. Hey! There’s my reflection in the window.. (above) 😀
Let’s go inside..
Interior with Vaulted Ceilings
The vaulted ceilings really help make it feel spacious in there. I was surprised when I went inside because my 400 sq. ft. apartment seemed larger.
Kitchen and Dining Area
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