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Funky Tiny Cabin on a Foundation… The Bella Donna Cabin by Hobbitat Spaces


This is the Bella Donna Cabin built by Hobbitat Spaces.

This particular cabin sits among the trees at Blue Moon Rising in McHenry, Maryland, and you can rent it out for the night. If you love the quaint feel, get in touch with Hobbitat Spaces who built the home and ask about getting your very own. I really love the big open living area and kitchen with a great island for preparing food and eating with friends and family.

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Bella Donna Tiny Cabin on a Foundation by Hobbitat Spaces in McHenry, Maryland – You Can Vacation Here Too…

Funky Tiny Cabin on a Foundation... The Bella Donna Cabin by Hobbitat Spaces

Images via Blue Moon Rising

For me, a good vacation requires the woods!

Funky Tiny Cabin on a Foundation... The Bella Donna Cabin by Hobbitat Spaces

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Beautiful color scheme and layout in this living room/kitchen.

Funky Tiny Cabin on a Foundation... The Bella Donna Cabin by Hobbitat Spaces

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Loft houses two twins for the kids to sleep.

Funky Tiny Cabin on a Foundation... The Bella Donna Cabin by Hobbitat Spaces

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You can see the main bedroom hiding under the loft.

Funky Tiny Cabin on a Foundation... The Bella Donna Cabin by Hobbitat Spaces

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No stairs, no ladders! Sleep on the ground floor. Love that window.

Funky Tiny Cabin on a Foundation... The Bella Donna Cabin by Hobbitat Spaces

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Sliding door to the bathroom. Read about it down below!

Funky Tiny Cabin on a Foundation... The Bella Donna Cabin by Hobbitat Spaces

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Yay! My favorite sink-faucet combination so far.

Funky Tiny Cabin on a Foundation... The Bella Donna Cabin by Hobbitat Spaces

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Funky Tiny Cabin on a Foundation... The Bella Donna Cabin by Hobbitat Spaces

Images via Blue Moon Rising

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From Blue Moon Rising:

1 Queen Size Nook, 2 Twins in Loft
Open Kitchen w. Island and Bar Stools – Mini Fridge, NuWave Cooktop
Full Bathroom w. Shower
FREE WiFi
The most prominent feature in Bella Donna is the antique, half-oval window illuminating the main gathering area. Light passes through the spider web pattern and cascades onto the center island. The kitchen area, adorned with custom heart pine shelves, has been placed in a bump out allowing ease of movement around the dining island.
A queen sized bed is located on the first level with private window and reading light accented with trim of heart pine. The two twin beds are located in the bunk area providing for a better view out the antique gable windows.
For the bathroom floor we decided to try an eco-friendly product called marmoleum, a non-toxic linoleum product. Additionally, the crew at Hobbitat, always looking to innovate, have re-purposed a traditionally exterior product to complete the metal bathroom shower. This will have to be one of the many surprises you will find when you stay at Bella Donna.

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Natalie C. McKee

Natalie C. McKee

Natalie C. McKee is a contributing writer for Tiny House Talk and the Tiny House Newsletter. She is a coffee-loving wannabe homesteader who dreams of becoming self-sufficient in her own tiny home someday. Natalie currently resides in a tiny apartment with her husband, Casey, in Massachusetts.

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  • Avatar Carol Perry April 10, 2017, 10:37 am

    Wow! I really love the style of this one! I love the architecture and the Windows! It has a good sized front porch! The combination of the kitchen & family room is nice so you can be in the same rooom when preparing meals and still be included in the conversations with your guests! Thank You for sharing!🌷🌹🌷

    • Natalie C. McKee Natalie C. McKee April 11, 2017, 7:28 am

      Yes I LOVE that feature 🙂 I have that in my little apartment and it’s great.

  • Avatar Mary April 10, 2017, 10:27 pm

    Love this design!

  • Avatar Michael L June 26, 2017, 11:19 am

    Awesome! If someone could just come up with a THOW that had a similar design I’d be ready to stop looking and buy! This exterior is wonderful and certainly beats all those boxy looks!

  • Avatar Susan April 2, 2019, 7:04 pm

    This is very nice, and very “full time” livable. Wish there were more places where you could build a tiny home on a foundation.

  • Avatar Elle Jaye May 3, 2019, 10:53 am

    What is the square footage of this beauty? (without the porch)

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