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8×10 Pondside Cottage on Quebec Farm

While 80 square feet might sound uninhabitable, this quaint Quebec cottage doubles the living area by providing a lovely covered patio and BBQ area where you can enjoy the pond views and sounds of the farm.

Inside there’s a kitchenette with a mini-fridge and gas oven, and a ladder leads to the loft bedroom with plenty of headroom. You can wander the farm where the cottage sits, and enjoy a peaceful getaway.

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Just 80 sq. feet! Quaint Quebec Cottage

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The details on the outside are so lovely.

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There’s a great covered patio for outdoor meals.

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Inside there’s a little kitchenette and dining space indoors as well.

8×10 Pondside Cottage on Quebec Farm

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Diamond window and sage green trim.

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Pretty pond views outside.

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The gambrel roof allows for plenty of headspace in the loft.

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You’ll need to bring your own linens.

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Glamping means there’s an outhouse.

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  • Situated next to a pond
  • Property is a farm
  • Huge greenhouse on property
  • Fresh veggies & eggs available for purchase
  • Out house
  • Sleeping loft
  • One room cottage
  • Covered patio outside
  • Outdoor bbq
  • Gas stove for indoor cooking

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Natalie C. McKee

Natalie C. McKee is a contributor for Tiny House Talk and the Tiny House Newsletter. She's a wife, and mama of three little kids. She and her family are homesteaders with sheep, goats, chickens, ducks and quail on their happy little acre.

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  • Eric
    February 15, 2022, 3:47 pm

    Thought it nice on the outside but inside… eeeek! Not to my taste at all. Just knotty timber everywhere. If it were done with knotty timber on the floor and different on the walls I would probably like it. But there’s no accounting for my taste. 😆

  • Donna Rae
    February 15, 2022, 6:23 pm

    I’m chuckling to myself a little because the previous comment said they liked the bright green and gold exterior better than the all wood interior with dark green trim. I feel exactly the opposite. I have never liked green and gold together and I found the all wood interior to give my eyes a rest. And perhaps the issue wasn’t as much that it was all wood for the other commenter but that it was knotty pine. And maybe they would feel differently if there were other elements of white and colors in the decorations. I suppose if one were only going to visit, one could put up with all of that and if someone was to live there permanently, making a few changes would be in order. Anyway, I was pleasantly surprised when I saw that the inside was relatively spacious compared to what I thought it would be. That leaves just one thing that is a big issue…the outhouse. I can accept off kilter colors or wood that I don’t like as long as there is indoor plumbing! Toddling out there in the middle of the night in who knows what kind of weather or whatever creatures might be wandering about would make me reject this little place without hesitation. And I know there are plenty of people that are not bothered with having that little adventure in the middle of the night and kudos to them. Overall I thought this was well done as a rustic destination and I’m sure they will have plenty of visitors, which is a very good thing! They will have a good visit, I’m sure.

  • Paul Larsen
    February 15, 2022, 10:28 pm

    I do love this tiny house both inside and out , Its very well done ! Only thing I would grumble about is the steep ladder to the sleeping loft . Some sort of stairs would be nicer for those of us closer to 70 than to 2o. As far as those midnight runs are concerned, I would bring a small porta potty like I have in my truck camper.

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