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Georgia Grain Bin Farm Cabin

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This is a grain bin (a.k.a. silo) turned into a lovely little cabin on a farm in Georgia. The quaint little room includes both a queen-sized bed and a bathroom space, with the shower stall separate from the toilet room. There’s also a small table for two (although only a microwave in terms of cooking equipment).

Outside, there’s a grill you can use, as well as seating around a fire pit. You can tour the grounds and visit the farm animals. What do you think of this renovated silo?

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I love the wattle fence leading to the door.

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A cozy electric fireplace adds to the ambiance.

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An air-conditioning unit provides cool air during the summer months.

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Here’s the cozy bathroom nook.

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A tee-tiny vanity lets you wash your face and hands.

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A comfortable bed for two!

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Sit here for breakfast or a little cup of coffee.

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There are some games, books and a microwave here.

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I like the sage green accent color throughout.

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A star-spangled fire pit with plenty of firewood!

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  • Grain bin/silo turned into a cozy hotel room.
  • You’ll be surrounded by the countryside where there are fields and trees
  • Guests can visit the friendly farm animals or relax around the fire pit under the stars.
  • There’s a queen-sized bed.
  • The home includes small bathroom with a sink, toilet and shower stall.
  • A microwave lets you heat up leftovers from your dinner out.
  • There’s seating for two along one of the tin walls.

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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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