From the outside, you’ll notice this little shelter has a funky oblong shape with horizontal board and batten siding and a shingled roof that drapes down the sides of the camper. There are wonderful wrought iron wheels under the body which make it look like something from Cinderella, doesn’t it?
When you go inside, you’ll find a crisp, clean home with beautiful pine boards on the ceiling and floor. The dinette on one side turns into a queen-size bed and across the way is a built-in bunk bed. It includes thermal paned windows, three of which open and one that is a fixed octagon window as well as a solid oak dutch door.
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Collinwood Micro Cabin by Gute
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