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Modern Fleets Island Cottage on 7 Acres


Remember Matt & Erin, the awesome couple that owns a historic 1800s cabin? Well, they also recently completed this stunning modern cottage, which is available on Airbnb now! It sits on seven acres of woodland on Fleets Island in Virginia.

The cottage has two bedrooms and glorious lofted ceilings in the great room. There’s a full L-shaped kitchen and a special lounge room in the loft. You can also use the deck for meals or morning coffee. What’s your favorite part?

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Beautiful 2-Bedroom Cottage with Great Room

There’s nothing quite like vaulted ceilings to open a space up!

So much light comes in through the windows.

I’m a sucker for a spiral staircase!

There’s built-in shelving and a stunning kitchen.

The bedrooms and bathroom are in the back.

A perfect spot for mealtime.

One of the bedrooms.

The primary bedroom with a balcony.

An awesome lounge space in the loft.

Stunning walk-in shower.

Time to dine outside.

Here’s the private deck.

Just look at all the stars!

Description:

2 bedrooms, each with Queen bed. Primary bedroom has private balcony overlooking woods and rear yard. Cozy loft above main living space (spiral stair access) offers large sectional sofa and TV with streaming service access. Living area has ample comfortable seating, gas fireplace, and vaulted ceiling with fan. Kitchen is well-equipped with dining area for 4. Large deck has outdoor dining table and great privacy. Downstairs in the garage you’ll find a ping pong table and second bathroom. Down a path through the woods is a small treehouse overlooking the dock/water/kayaks. This is a very private location, but still close to many attractions in the area.

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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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  • Justin
    September 6, 2022, 5:55 pm

    Beautiful place! But is that first pic really the same house? The interior looks so big, and the last exterior pic looks different enough, surely that first pic is from some other house?

    • JF
      September 7, 2022, 10:51 am

      Not the same house. First pic is of a house on piers. Last one is not. Also, private “dock,” not “deck.” Still, beautiful place.

    • James D.
      September 7, 2022, 12:45 pm

      There’s two buildings, the interior shown is the main house and the first photo is of the second that the AirBNB describes as a tree house by the dock…

  • David Pedersen
    September 7, 2022, 9:46 am

    Am I the only one, who have an aversion for winding staircases? I find them difficult to climb or descent.
    Though I do like the house. Looks really good. I would probably not have black tiles on the floor in the bathroom. They tend to look really dirty very quickly, when water is spilled on them. But that is what I would change – an ordinary staircase out into the room, with shelves underneath, and lighter tiles in the bathroom.

    • James D.
      September 7, 2022, 12:53 pm

      Winding/Spiral staircase is harder to use but it saves a lot of space. Since, regular stairs would cut off the kitchen from the rest of the space and go all the way towards the entrance. So depends if you’re okay with that trade off… Though, you could consider attic stairs that lower when you need to use it but raises out of the way the rest of the time.

    • Eric
      September 9, 2022, 11:23 am

      No you are not. I too have adverse reactions to them. Scared s**tless about crashing down them. I am unsteady on my feet these days. Damn this getting old lark.

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