This is a little off-grid cottage in Sweden. It was originally built in the 1930s in Karlholm bay.
Originally, it was even smaller but two wings were added on to it in the 1970s, according to Small House Bliss. Today, it’s a beautiful 592 sq. ft. cottage. The property also features an additional tiny guest cabin with a bathroom too!
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Serene Off-Grid Small Cottage in Sweden
Images © Maklarhuset.se
Main Cottage Floor Plan:
Guest Cabin Floor Plan:
- Maklarhuset.se (SOLD)
- Small House Bliss
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Thank you Alex for continuing to find and share so many interesting and beautiful tiny houses on wheels as well as small cottages with glam. Some folks say the latter doesn’t fit into the “tiny house” category, but before those guys come out and give you a hard time, I want to say I for one love seeing them. This one in particular looks like it would be at home here in Northern California, and I WANT IT! The little guest house makes so much sense. It is a gorgeous pair.
Gorgeous little home. So light and airy with a beautiful setting. Thanks for sharing.
I would need a small cottage like this for handicapped accessibility. The rooms look nice and roomy even for a small house. It may not be tiny, but it is very nice for its small size. Keep the cottages and cabins coming!
I love the main cabin and the guest one, but really could not manage without a toilet, wash basin and preferably a shower in the main cabin. There is space in the bigger cabin for a bathroom. However, I know that a lot of holiday cabins in Scandinavia do not have these facilities. I have never found out what they do for toileting…..never really liked to ask! What a beautiful setting, too.
A very nice house…!
Very pretty and I love the setting.
Assume a small bath could be added without too much trouble to this delightful place.
Sweden you say? \o/ Just gimme a few minutes to pack…