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Hutchinson Island Cottage in Fort Pierce, Florida

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This Hutchinson Island Cottage is the perfect beach getaway for a family. The 1,350 square foot home has two bedrooms, a bathroom, a game room, and a lovely path to the beach where you can spend your days basking in the Florida sun!

The main living area of the home has beautiful exposed beams and two couches for relaxing (or for kids to sleep on). The dining table seats eight, and you get a full kitchen to prepare meals if you want to save money on eating out. What do you think of this cottage?

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Perfect Two Bedroom Beach Cottage in Fort Pierce, Florida

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The front on the home has a lovely patio.

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You walk into the main living area with exposed beams.

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A couch and a daybed provide you a spot to relax.

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The dining table sits next to a former fireplace.

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I love the way the beams intersect here!

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A fun egg chair hangs from one of the beams.

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The galley kitchen has an island with seating.

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A coffee bar on the left is a nice bonus.

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The house has full-sized appliances.

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A sliding barn door takes you into one of the two bedrooms.

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There’s a palm leaf ceiling fan to keep you comfortable.

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And views out of the sliding glass doors.

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The other bedroom has a Murphy bed.

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It has its own exit as well.

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There’s a full bathroom with a tub and shower stall.

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The mudroom houses the laundry machines.

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Have some fun in the game room!

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Enjoy a bit of ping pong!

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An outdoor shower is great for rinsing off after a beach trip.

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Relax in the hammock!

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The other patio has a fire pit and a grill.

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A winding beach path gives you access to the water.

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What do you think of this home?

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The ultimate beach vacation is at your fingertips! This spacious Hutchinson Island cottage is tucked just off of the Atlantic shore, allowing quick and easy beach access for guests. Enjoy your morning coffee on the patio before strolling to the beach for sun-filled days on the sand. Boasting 2 bedrooms, 1 bathroom, and a game room, this family-friendly abode offers guests a stylish and comfortable stay. After days in the Florida sun, gather around the fire pit for s’mores under the stars!
The space
Free WiFi | 1,350 Sq Ft | Expansive Yard
Bedroom 1: King Bed | Bedroom 2: Queen Bed | Living Room: Twin Day Bed, Sleeper Sofa
KITCHEN: Stainless steel appliances, electric range, microwave, dishwasher, fridge w/ ice maker, Keurig coffee maker, dishware & flatware, spices, breakfast bar
OUTDOOR LIVING: Patio, outdoor seating, gas grill, fire pit, hammock, yard space, beach path on-site
INDOOR LIVING: Smart TVs, high ceilings, dining table, open-concept, ceiling fans, chic decor, game room
GENERAL: Washer & dryer, towels, linens, complimentary toiletries, central air conditioning/heat, keyless entry, beach gear for guest use
FAQ: 1 exterior security camera (facing out), step required for entry
PARKING: Driveway (2 vehicles)

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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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  • Maria Kentala
    April 21, 2024, 6:26 am

    Maybe the rich would think this is a cottage,but not me. This is a full size house. It has more footage than my home. Which is a 3 bedroom two bath home.

    • Suwanee
      April 21, 2024, 8:29 am

      Yeah, there have been several posts here of late featuring houses that are FAR from tiny.

    • James D.
      April 21, 2024, 1:55 pm

      Well, a small-frame vacation home near the beach or lake or a secondary, smaller dwelling on the property meant for guests or laborers does fit the general concept of a cottage in the USA.

      So, while true, about the size, but by modern standards, it’s still well below the average size and would be considered a small home.

      Since, house sizes have been growing since the later half of the 20th century, from the late 1950’s on to well into the 2000’s, a house this size would only have been considered normal size back just before the 1970’s. While, prior to the 1950’s, house sizes averaged around 1000 Sq Ft or less.

      There’s just still older houses, so your experience may vary but that doesn’t change what the national average is now. Since, there’s also neighborhoods where the house sizes are all larger than 2500 Sq Ft, and even well over 5000 Sq Ft. Mind, there’s both smaller and larger homes across the country and we’re only going by the average for the standard it is judged.

      A family downsizing from 5400 Sq Ft home, for example, to 1350 Sq Ft would still be a reduction to 1/4 the size and thus wouldn’t change that they downsized significantly. While small was always included with tiny, as it was never expected for everyone to downsize equally as not everyone has the same needs or will be in the same situation.

      This is why people like Zack Giffin, of Tiny House Nation fame, states that it’s about finding what’s appropriate and never excluded larger than tiny structures. It’s all about having more options and not less. So people can find the best solution for themselves and not have to make choices that don’t suit their needs.

      Also consider, there’s also a very wide range of people who need solutions for housing, which encompasses over 80% of the total population before considering the tiny percentage of the actual rich.

      While the housing market works much like an ecosystem, which means everyone involved effects it. We’re basically all in the same proverbial boat. So there needs to be a very wide range of options, effecting the widest range of people, to actually address the housing crisis in a way that will actually have a real and lasting effect. Otherwise, it won’t be sustainable and won’t result in any long term solutions that actually work for anyone but a lucky few…

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