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Sir Cedric Treehouse Airbnb Built Around 4-Foot-Wide Western Red Cedar 010

Wait until you see this amazing tree house vacation spot built over 2.5 years with recycled and reclaimed materials! Dubbed Sir Cedric’s Cedar Tree house by Scott, the builder, the 400-square foot place is whimsical and magical.

It was built around a 4-foot-wide Western Red Cedar, and Scott decided not to put any steel rods or connectors into the tree so it could continue to grow uncompromised. Inside there’s a kitchen, living room, and queen-sized bed. Just outside the tree house you’ll find a magical outdoor shower and a practical outhouse with a cool stone sink.

Jenna over at Tiny House Giant Journey did a fantastic video tour and interview with Scott, and you can rent the tree house over here at Airbnb.

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Magical 400 Sq. Ft. Treehouse Built From Reclaimed Materials

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Images via Airbnb

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He Built A Fantasy, Fairytale-Cottage 5

Bruce Winckler saw a lovely whimsical treehouse crafted by Daniel Huscroft and Timothy Lindberg, and thought that kind of dwelling would fit perfectly on Vancouver Island where he lived. He asked the builders if they’d create a cottage in the same vein, and they agreed.

And so this Hansel and Gretel cottage came off the pages of a storybook and into real life! It’s about 450 square feet, not including the loft bedroom, and while the exterior has fairy tale charm, the interior has a clean and contemporary feel with all the creature comforts.

You’ll love the video interview and tour with Living Big in a Tiny House which you can watch below!

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Bruce’s Storybook Cottage with Contemporary Interior

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She Built A Tiny Cottage (& Entire Eco Village) With Adobe 009

Meet Lindsay, a 63-year-old English woman who had a dream to start an eco village in Morocco — and did just that! Using a 2-brick mold, she and volunteers have created some 10,000 adobe bricks over the past 5 years to create a number of structures in the village including her home, the “boat house,” volunteer accommodations and a “yin-yang” retreat.

The Assilah  Eco Village currently accepts between 2-3 volunteers to live and work at the village in 3-week-or-longer stints. It’s a great chance to learn how to build with natural materials like bamboo, cob, straw, and eucalyptus wood. You can request to work with her (COVID-travel-permitting) here.

Enjoy the awesome video interview from FLORB with Lindsay and see her village below!

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Eco Village with Four Cob/Adobe Structures

She Built A Tiny Cottage (& Entire Eco Village) With Adobe 009

Images via FLORB/YouTube

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They Built A Cob Tiny House With No Permits 006

When Portland passed a law allowing homeowners to build an <200 square foot accessory unit on their property without a permit, Chris and Jack jumped at the opportunity. Because Chris is a sculptor, she thought sculpting from cob would be a perfect way to create a small dwelling.

The bean-shaped unit features two spiral pillars and a lovely round roof with a cupola. Inside it has an open floor plan that was originally designed as a massage studio, but now features a queen-sized bed for guests.

You’ll love the video tour and interview with the couple, brought to us by FLORB on YouTube.

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Stunning Permit-Free Cob Dwelling in Portland

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Images via FLORB/YouTube

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Veronicque’s 22′ Clear Creek 005

Electric bed lifts are such a cool way to include a “downstairs” bedroom into a tiny home without taking up floor space. This custom 22′ Clear Creek built for Veronicque by Tiny Idahomes shows how you can take a traditional tiny house layout and make it extraordinary by adding the electric bed.

In addition to that bed, you’ll find a galley-style kitchen with all the necessary appliances, and a bathroom with a one-piece shower and composting toilet. Finally, there’s a loft bedroom accessible via stairs.

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Amazing Electric Lift Bed Tiny House by Tiny Idahomes!

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Images via Tiny Idahomes

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Off-Grid Tiny House & 20 Acres For Sale in Arizona $55K 006

Now this is an awesome find for the right tiny house buyer! Get your own secluded 20 acres of land with a 372 square foot tiny house already on it! It’s set up for off-grid living, and sits on beautiful land with plenty of hiking opportunities.

It’s located 1 hour and 15 minutes from Flagstaff, Arizona, and 1.5 hours from Prescott. You’ll be quite rural — the next town (Ash Fork) is a full 35 minutes away! But there’s a solar system set up and a rainwater catchment system as well. While the house still needs to be plumbed, you could enjoy “glamping” while making some upgrades.

And for just $55,000, it would be awesome to have your own spot to live tiny! She’s selling it for $55,000, or possibly lower price for a full cash offer. Contact Sarah, the seller, at Tiny Home Builders here.

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Rural Arizona Cabin For Sale with 20 Acres!

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