This is a quaint little cottage tucked in the woods in Wisconsin. It’s nearby the main house, but offers a private spot to relax and unplug for a couple of days, with a comfortable couch and electric fireplace to keep you cozy.
The loft bedroom is decorated with globe twinkle lights, and there’s a full bathroom with a stock tank tub if you want a relaxing bath. The little kitchenette has a mini fridge and microwave so you can store and reheat food from a night out. Let us know what you think!
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Tiny Wisconsin Cabin in the Woods
It’s a hop, skip and a jump from the main home.
You walk inside and are greeted by a cool round ottoman.
A cozy couch sits adjacent to the kitchenette.
This is the best seat in the house! Admiring the wood and the fire.
There’s a cool chevron wood design over the door.
It carries into the loft, where a cozy queen bed sits under bulb lights.
Looking down from the loft!
There’s a residential toilet and stock tank tub.
Sit outdoors around the firepit.
What a lovely little spot!
Deer Haven is a tiny house (192 sq feet) located in my backyard, overlooking acres of woodland. The space is small and simple. Get to the queen bed in the sleeping loft by climbing the ladder. Bathroom has a toilet and stock tank shower. The kitchen has basic amenities – fridge, microwave, hot plate, griddle, dishes, etc. Best spot in the house is on the couch, where you can see the fireplace and the gorgeous woods out the patio door.
Much of the space was built using reclaimed materials – you’ll find a port hole reclaimed from a historic twin ports tug boat, rails made from poles from a Lake Superior ore dock, and shelves that used to be beams from a house built in the early 1900s, and lots of reclaimed corrugated steel.
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