This 240 sq. ft. mountain hideout is a tiny house design guest post by Robert Olson
Building a secluded off grid cabin is a dream I share with many others. One of these days its gonna happen. Until that time comes, I enjoy sharing ideas.
Below is a 12 x 20 rough draft plan I put together. I call this plan the Mountain Hideout due to its intended remote location.
240 Sq. Ft. Mountain Hideout with 96 Sq. Ft. Loft
Image © Robert Olson
Text reads, “Rustic hideout for weekend getaway or resort cottage rental unit. Target market, outdoor adventurer age 30 or under. 1 1/2 story. French doors. Wood burning stove. Two triple windows, full bath with tube skylight above corner shower, loft ladder to cozy sleeping loft, and a kitchenette.
* Notice the 9 foot long triple windows opposite each other to bring in light, making small spaces feel big, and create outstanding views into the woods.
* The double french doors open outward, keeping small interior spaces more functional when doors are open on nice days.
* A cozy corner woodstove helps heat the cabin on cold days, and a love seat futon by the stove folds flat for a guest bed.
* A real closet for your clothes with full length mirrored doors, plus a broom closet swallows up mops and brooms to keep a tidy cabin.
* An 8 foot long kitchenette, compact but functional, has a window over the sink and a full length window at the wall. Option 2 for the large window at the kitchen wall could be a door to access an optional back deck.
* Features a REAL bath with corner shower with tubular skylight over shower.
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