This is a 1500-sq.-ft. cabin with ‘tiny house style’. But this cabin is so tall, that the loft has its own loft.
It’s basically, a huge tiny house, right? It’s a big cabin with tiny house style and it could be a great design for a family who’s in love with cabins. This one is a vacation rental out of Wills Point, Texas. Take a look at it below and let me know what your thoughts are about it.
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Beautiful 1500-sq.-ft. Cabin on 130 Acres in Wills Point, Texas
The feeling of a tiny house, but with 1,500-sq.-ft., sounds kind of interesting…
A normal bedroom with doors, windows, ceiling fan, rugs, and furniture…
Okay, I think I’m starting to like this.
The bathroom is super luxurious and pretty spacious, too.
It really does have that tiny house style, doesn’t it? Look at this incredible eating area… Those windows…!
The kitchen here, is a magnificent place, thanks to a lot of things, one of them being the vaulted ceilings.
It also doesn’t hurt that the kitchen is drop-dead awesome.
Nearby is your living area with wall-mounted television up high. This cabin is big enough for family gatherings.
When the whole family wants to go tiny, this is what you really need. A super-awesome cabin!
Who doesn’t get healed and rejuvenated in a place like this?
It’s super-cool how there are loft-nooks in this cabin, kind of like this…
The loft bedroom even has its own loft, that’s how tall this cabin is!
Yep, the loft has a loft.
So what do you think of this cabin? I know it’s not tiny, but isn’t it awesome?
It’s 1,500-sq.-ft. of cabin! Some of us need to see this, because tiny may not be sustainable long-term for a lot of people. In those cases, why not consider building something kind of like this?
It can be just as charming and awesome as a tiny house, it can be well-built, and it can even be designed to conserve energy.
Well, this beautiful 1500-sq.-ft. cabin with tiny house style is actually a vacation spot in Wills Point, Texas, and it sits on an incredible 130-acre property.
What do you think of this cabin?
Sometimes, readers get a little bit frustrated that I share homes that are this big from time to time and I put them in our small houses section. But I do that because I’ve seen so many people go tiny, only to sell their tiny house. So I often ask, what if they just found a way to go small instead of tiny? Would it have lasted longer and served them better? And so those are the questions I pass on to you because only you the reader can answer it for yourself. Before going tiny, consider going small just because it might be a better fit long-term (and that’s really important).
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