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727 sq. ft. Timber Cabin in Sandpoint, Idaho


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This Little Gem on the Lake is a stunning stone and timber cabin in Sandpoint, Idaho, that’s 727 square feet of pure relaxation! Walls of French doors look out over Lake Pend Oreille and Schweitzer Mountain, and a balcony provides a beautiful spot to take in the views. If you want to get closer, you can wander to the dock and dip.

The living room inside the cabin has grand two-story ceilings, a wood stove, and a leather couch. A sturdy ladder leads to an open-air bedroom with a glass balcony overlooking the first floor. The home also has a kitchen and bathroom, fully equipped for a relaxing stay! I could definitely stay here.

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Cozy and Grand Cabin on Lake Pend Oreille, Idaho

There’s a beautiful porch that overlooks the water.

What a stunning location!

The living room has a wood stove and plenty of French doors opening over the water.

A lovely leather couch looks at the wood stove.

What a beautiful stone heat shield behind the stove.

The bar-height table seats four.

The kitchen is a cozy U-shaped space.

There’s a cook top and a refrigerator.

The exposed beams are gorgeous!

A sturdy ladder leads up to the bedroom.

Here’s the view from the loft.

The bathroom has a lovely basin sink.

The laundry is in the bathroom.

The loft bedroom has a total ceiling height.

The glass barrier is excellent for keeping the space feeling open.

Imagine sipping coffee here!

The lush green grass is perfect to lay down in.

There’s a stone path down to the cottage.

A covered porch space has a hanging table.

Highlights

  • Le Petite Bijou offers a stylish 727 sq ft home with a sleeping loft for a cozy getaway.
  • Enjoy lakefront perks like a boat dock with a lift and a Bunk House porch with a swinging day bed.
  • Indulge in the luxury of an outdoor bathroom for added convenience.
  • Gather around the fire ring on the expansive lawn for evening campfires by the lake.
  • Campfire bans may be in effect during dry seasons; check with hosts or posted signs.
  • Enjoy exclusive privacy as your party will be the only guests on the 4.5-acre property.

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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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  • George M Flynn
    April 22, 2024, 6:42 am

    Hello,
    I’d like to find out how I can get the plans for this cabin, I’ve been wanting to build something small for myself this would be awsome.
    Thanks

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