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New Hampshire Tiny House With Birch-Tree Wall Art


This tiny house vacation has five full stars on Airbnb: Proof of what a spectacular stay you could have. This “Birch-tastic” THOW features beautiful birch-tree wall art that really brings the outdoors, inside.

There’s a lovely kitchen area, a compact bathroom, and a spacious loft bedroom with yet more birch artwork. The setting, though, really makes this THOW stand apart. It sits in a field surrounded by lovely trees, with big-sky views.

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Birch Art Tiny House on Wheels in New Hampshire

Those planters on the stucco wall look awesome.

Warm glow at night.

A sectional sofa surrounded by windows.

The tasteful birch brings the outside in.

Such a fun staircase design.

Mini-split provides heating and cooling.

The loft bedroom has great headroom.

Birch forest “headboard”

The kitchen features reclaimed wood shelves.

Those doors on the cabinets are so wonderfully different.

Sometimes it’s really nice to hide your stuff, ha!

Bathroom with metal shower.

That mirror and anchor look awesome.

A lovely lot where you can relax.

Hang out on the patio.

Description:

We’re offering an authentic and stylishly appointed tiny house experience set on over nine acres surrounded by solitude yet located a mere mile and a half from bustling downtown Claremont, New Hampshire.

A two hour drive from Boston, the tiny offers a 3/4 bath with flushable toilet (not compost), four burner stove top, microwave, loft with queen size bed, and a living room couch that can sleep a third guest. Outdoor area offers a fire pit and gas grille (seasonally) with two Adirondack chairs offered in the milder seasons. We occasionally offer bundles of firewood for purchase at $8 if you see the black HUSKY box present.

Otherwise, firewood can be purchased locally. Parking for three cars is possible. The tiny is situated on two acres of open field with the remaining seven acres of woods out back, crisscrossed with walking trails. The grass surrounding the tiny house is a special fine fescue blend that grows long and slow and only requires two cuttings a year, so yes, it is supposed to be long and flowing! An old Christmas tree farm is present next door, regularly sending over the smell of aromatic pine. There’s a working farm present directly across the street so seeing horse riders trotting up the street is common. And so are the wild turkeys. There’s a good chance you’ll get to know them.

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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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  • Marsha Cowan
    September 24, 2021, 7:36 pm

    What an intriguing and lovely tiny house. I love that white trim with the birch walls, and the birch tree theme here and there is cool, especially going up the stairs. I also like the black trim around the basic window. It really sets off the wood and white colors. Well done!

  • Linda Tracy
    September 24, 2021, 10:34 pm

    I love this tiny house. Would live in it in a heartbeat!!!

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