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My Tiny Hideout Tiny House Rental in Sherwood, Oregon


This is the My Tiny Hideout tiny house rental in Sherwood, Oregon.

It’s an MJ Boyle tiny house build, part of her tiny house village alongside My Tiny Perch, My Tiny Bird House, and My Tiny Wine Wagon.

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My Tiny Hideout Tiny House With Forest Views

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This could be your tiny hideout if you want, it’s a rentable tiny house over on Airbnb.

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The owner/builder, Michelle Boyle, also known as MJ Boyle, has other unique tiny houses on the property, too!

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There’s a cozy loft bed with window views of the forest.

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Catch some Z’s here. 🙂

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Enjoy the view, open the window, take it all in. Loft number two…

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Below one loft is your dining area which of course doubles as a workbench if you like for an instant cafe experience in the tiny house. The coffee pot is conveniently there, too.

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How do you like the floating bookshelves in this tiny house?

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If there’s one thing that always helps improve a tiny house or any other small space, it’s shelves!

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What do you think of the unique light in this tiny house along with the navy blue ceiling?

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The private bathroom with a shower, located on the other side of the house, under the other loft.

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Here’s a look at the shower in case you were curious.

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Under the desk/dining table, there’s a large box for storage, perfect for your travel bags.

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Outdoor fireplaces loaded with copper. 🙂

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Highlights

  • Tiny house vacation rental in Sherwood, Oregon
  • Rates start at around $85/night as of 2/5/2021
  • The tiny house is bookable via Michelle on Airbnb
  • It’s built on a double-axle utility trailer
  • The design features cantilevered lofts
  • Kitchen, bathroom, dining, and two sleeping lofts
  • Outdoor deck with chairs
  • View of the forest

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  • Avatar merryl
    February 5, 2021, 10:43 am

    Very nice.Those first set of stairs look treacherous.

  • Avatar Alison
    February 5, 2021, 6:06 pm

    There are no chairs, no sofa inside, just the stools. Good for a warm-weather getaway when you could lounge outdoors. Looks like a nice location. I enjoyed the video—informative, interesting, inspirational.

  • Avatar Marsha Cowan
    February 5, 2021, 7:57 pm

    I watched the video and was intrigued by her tiny house village. All the adorable tiny houses, each different from the other, each absolutely lovely, and each in a beautiful setting. I wish I lived near Oregon. I would sure like to visit that place. This particular house is dark and handsome, like she said on the video, a real man cave. It has a lot of cool touches and the decorating is wonderful! I like it!

  • Avatar Melissa Robinson
    February 19, 2021, 2:34 am

    MJ is my THOW hero! I’m guessing we are close in age so I know how difficult it is to put in all that manual labor to build one dream house let alone 5 of them! We would never know it though by looking at any of her finished products. She makes her builds look easy and her designs are flawless, in my opinion.

    The majority of women in our generation were being told to “find a good man, get married, have children, and be a stay-at-home mom to take care to your family”. MJ has certainly become a role model for women of her generation to look up to as well as admire. She’s done an amazing job creating her “Tiny House Village” and it’s been a really neat experience for me to watch her through the years. I first saw MJ after she built her own tiny house which was years before she began creating her village. I remember watching an interview years ago where she discussed the idea of creating a tiny house village so it’s really great to see her idea actually become a reality!

    I love all of your designs MJ! Keep them coming!!

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