My friend Ryan over at The Tiny Life ran into and posted about this small house last month and I had to share with you as well.
The home is in Chile and was designed/built by Alvaro Ramirez and Clarissa Elton.
My favorite part about it is the split floor plan with a shared deck. This is the same way I’d like to someday combine two tiny houses.
It has a traditional wood burning stove and was built very inexpensively thanks to the small size.
On one half of the house are the bedroom and bathroom and the other side houses the living room, kitchen, and dining area.
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This small home couldn’t be situated in a better spot. It must feel unbelievable to live there. I’m envious!
Don’t you just want to be that dog? Joking aside, isn’t this unbelievable? You can just sit there with your feet dangling..
I absolutely love the floor to ceiling windows that let you completely enjoy the magnificent view.
Just how I imagined.. Feet dangling 🙂
Simple yet so elegant. Mostly because of where it’s situated. According to Ryan’s post, this house was built in Chile for just $15,000 in USD. I’m sure that figure doesn’t include the cost of land and permits though.
It doesn’t get much better than this. In the photo below you can get a shot of the wood burning stove right by what I believe to be is the kitchen.
Below is a photo of the bathroom which to me feels like a relaxing sauna. That’s what a bathroom should be, right?
Below is the bedroom on the other side of the house with the bamboo curtains rolled up for best views.
Finally, you can see what the house looks like from a bit of a distance. As you can see the deck area is not covered but that can easily be done if you wanted to.
You can check out the floor plan below:
Big thanks to Ryan over at the Tiny Life for finding and sharing this.
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