Here’s another lovely getaway spot at Tiny Haven in West Virginia. Situated on some 10 acres of beautiful wooded and pastured land, the Egret tiny house has a lovely front porch with mountain views!
Inside you’ll find a loft bedroom accessible by storage steps, a functional kitchen with a hot plate, microwave and fridge, and a cozy living area with a fun blue couch! In the bathroom there’s a shower and composting toilet as well.
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The Egret Tiny House With A Covered Front Porch at Tiny Haven in West Virginia
Look at that lovely morning mist!
Storage steps taking you to the loft bedroom.
A perfect spot to store your veggies.
Pantry essentials included for your stay.
Kitchen with butcher block cabinets.
Hot plate under the range hood.
Utensils and dishware for cooking.
Plenty of fridge & freezer space.
Tons of groovy rugs brighten the place up.
Here’s the ever-popular basin sink.
Stand up shower.
Composting Separett toilet
Gorgeous bedding in the loft. Twinkle lights provide a lovely glow.
You should stay here just for the sunset!
- Sleeping loft with memory foam queen size mattress
- Loveseat and tray tables
- Storage loft and stairs
- Butcher block counter
- Dual basin stainless steel sink
- Fridge and freezer (9-cubic feet)
- Induction cooktops (storable)
- Convection oven (storable)
- Separett composting toilet
- Shower and vanity
- Covered front porch
- Propane grill
- Private Fire pit
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One thing I have noticed in most designs now, the bathroom sink…….darn not everyone is tall, I would need a stool or step ladder to use that sink …….why can’t sinks be set down in the vanity like they used to be, this being tall is not good for bending over all the time.
It’s usually always personal choice, so just fits the owner…
Reasons are typically because they like the appearance, it allows more storage below, it can allow for a greater range of creativity and styles, it can sometimes allow for more counter space by having a smaller base, and can make it easier to run the drain lines and place the sink anywhere in the layout… But again, it’s usually all personal choice…
While, you could just lower the vanity… When everything can be custom, the only issues are the one’s you didn’t think of before moving in…
I would love to give this great little house a try , even if it does have a loft. Everything looks so nice about it!
It really has something special!
This place is a well kept secret, WV is wonderful views. Hills, Mountains, Fishing, Hunting, Rivers, white water rafting, snowshoe ski resort, Greenbrier was where Presidents came to be . Gauley Bridge, Bridge jumping day. This would be a perfect little getaway. The Monongalia National Park, forest. Harpers Ferry,
Cass Scenic Railroad.
Now I need to put it on my bucket list. I’ve never been to West Virginia!
It’s a lovely home and it actually looks lived in which is something I really like to see in these. If it’s all bare just for renting they look sad to me
This is one I would not mind giving a try.