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Jenna’s Dreamy Tiny House in the Woods


This is Jenna’s dreamy tiny house in the woods!

It’s a rustic cabin in Clinton, Washington that you can rent for vacation through Airbnb. And yes, it’s the famous tiny house on wheels from the popular YouTube channel, Tiny House Giant Journey.

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Airbnb Tiny House In The Woods near Seattle

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The tiny house features a covered porch add-on.

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Inside, like many tiny homes, the space is multi-functional.

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It can easily convert to a bedroom, living room, or dining space!

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On the other side, is everything else in the tiny house!

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The sleeping loft with windows all around.

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There’s also a skylight. My favorite feature of a tiny house loft (so you can stargaze at night).

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The kitchen with exposed beams and hooks for pots and pans.

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The bathroom with tub, shower, and compost toilet.

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An overhead view of this tiny house in the woods.

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A hammock to relax on, if weather is appropriate.

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Highlights

  • 165 sq. ft. tiny house
  • Wood-setting
  • Covered porch
  • Wood stove
  • Electric heat
  • Stove top
  • Mini fridge
  • Shower
  • Composting toilet
  • Loft bedroom with skylight for star gazing
  • Futon couch for downstairs sleeping
  • A few miles from the Clinton ferry
  • Ideal for solo travelers, couples, and couples with one child
  • It’s Jenna’s THOW from Tiny House Giant Journey
  • Bookable on Airbnb!

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Alex is a contributor and editor for TinyHouseTalk.com and the always free Tiny House Newsletter. He has a passion for exploring and sharing tiny homes (from yurts and RVs to tiny cabins and cottages) and inspiring simple living stories. We invite you to send in your story and tiny home photos too so we can re-share and inspire others towards a simple life too. Thank you!
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  • Avatar John
    April 16, 2021, 7:17 pm

    Really nice home in a beautiful location, but the curtains near the stove are a fire waiting to happen.

    • Avatar Alex
      April 17, 2021, 8:13 am

      Oh yikes, I didn’t think about that one! Good call!

  • Avatar Marsha Cowan
    April 16, 2021, 10:31 pm

    Adorable! So many sweet and charming touches and finishes. I love the stairs made from the crates that serve as both storage and stepping. Great! This is truly lovely!

    • Avatar Alex
      April 17, 2021, 8:13 am

      Thanks, Marsha!

  • Avatar Maria Kentala
    April 17, 2021, 6:44 am

    I would like to know why so many Tiny home owners are either selling their tiny homes or renting them out. I have seen so many on here before and they state how much they love their tiny houses and then the next thing is that they are either selling or renting them out.

    • Avatar Alex
      April 17, 2021, 8:29 am

      The reasons vary, but it usually comes down this: life is constantly changing, and so are we. In Jenna’s case, she enjoyed her tiny house for many years, and now she has started a family. There are of course other reasons people move out of their tiny houses. Maybe they are having difficulties on where to keep it, it’s too small, there may not be enough storage or room for hobbies, another housing option may be better/easier for them, they meet the right partner, start a family, etc. It can also just be that the tiny house they built or bought isn’t really designed for them.

      Tiny is not for everybody. It might appeal to many, but it’s not for everyone. And each person has to figure that out for themselves. Would tiny living work for you and your situation? If not, would you be willing to change your situation to live tiny? Would it make your life better? What would it cost you to do this? What would you have to give up to go tiny? Would it be worth it to you? These are just a few questions to help anyone wondering try to figure it out for themselves.

      • Avatar James D.
        April 17, 2021, 4:34 pm

        There’s also the fact not everyone is getting a tiny home with the intent of it being their forever home.

        For younger home owners especially, it can be a starter home that they use for a period of their life before they move on to the next phase of their life’s journey.

        People’s needs can change significantly over the course of their life, things like lofts become less doable for people as they get older, they may want to have a different lifestyle than the home was made to support, etc.

        Like, for a time, Jenna wanted to do more traveling. While she traveled thousands of miles in her THOW, tiny houses aren’t as easily movable as an RV and it’s not like you can travel to other countries with it either. So it made sense to put it on AirBNB while she was abroad for a few months out of the year and eventually she started a family and now has different needs from what her THOW was originally designed to support…

        While selling their THOW doesn’t mean they necessarily are giving up tiny living. Some people find they went too big and actually go even smaller. While others may find small but not tiny fits them better, and yet others just need a better design as what they assumed would work for them didn’t as expected and they learned from experience what they really need…

        The same reasons people sell regular houses also apply to tiny houses… A new job may require a move but the location may not allow them to bring their Tiny House… They may need the money because of medical bills… They may have been trying to use the home for income but it didn’t work out… A family member may need them as a caretaker and they have to move in with them and sell their home…

        Basically, life happens, tiny or not…

        • Avatar RightUp Sam
          April 18, 2021, 2:24 am

          I was just talking to our daughters about this today: that the tiny we’re planning may at some point be a good starter home for one (or both) of them, to live in rent-free while they save to buy a bigger or “regular” home, and that ideally we’d like to be able to build one for each of them for exactly that purpose (providing we can find land/have the money etc.).

          In that case we definitely wouldn’t expect that to be their permanent homes, just something that will work for them as they start out, so they can save for a couple of years.

          My husband and I bought our first home right before the real estate boom, and only paid $50k for a 2/1 bungalow in South FL. There just aren’t any bargains like that anymore (although I am encouraged by the building nearby of a “starter home” neighborhood of 2 and 3 bedrooms for under 130k. It’s still far more than starter homes cost twenty years ago, but it’s not the 250+ most homes seem to go for now). I’m thinking more people may turn to tinys for starter homes in the coming years; for one or two people they can be great.

  • Avatar Theresa Perdue
    April 18, 2021, 8:00 pm

    This is the home that started my love affair with tiny houses. I see she made some changes but it will always have a special place in my heart ❤. I love this tiny home

    • Natalie C. McKee Natalie C. McKee
      April 21, 2021, 9:33 am

      It truly is a special spot!

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