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This is Roberta’s small cottage in San Isidro de El General, Costa Rica.

She bought the house sight unseen, later remodeled it, and has been living there since 2015. Not long after settling in, she built a tiny house (casita or ‘cabina’) on the property as well! She now rents that out on Airbnb for additional income. You can learn about her casita and how it was built, on this post.

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Here’s What Her Small Cottage Looks Like Today

Robertas Small Cottage In Costa Rica After Remodel

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This is Roberta’s tiny ‘cabina’ in Costa Rica. After moving to Costa Rica and renovating her home there, she decided to build this casita in her backyard for rental revenue and as a place for her family to stay when visiting.

It’s a lovely riverfront tiny home in San Isidro de El General, Costa Rica, available on Airbnb, too. What do you think? Learn more below including construction photos of how it was built.

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Tiny Riverside Cabin in Costa Rica

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Images via Roberta/Airbnb

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This is the latest custom build from Indigo River Tiny Homes, affectionately dubbed “Casa Blanca.” It’s a Rambler Deluxe model with a lot of great kitchen upgrades.

It’s a 10×36 footer, making it pretty huge as tiny homes go. It includes an insulated bike shed, huge lofted ceilings, and a loft bedroom you can stand in! There’s even a food truck window with a pop-up table so you can serve food outdoors. Pretty neat! Tell us what you think in the comments.

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White, Modern Tiny House on Wheels that’s 36 Feet Long!

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Here’s another awesome 28-foot tiny house built by Liberation Tiny Homes in Pennsylvania which they call the Strasburg. It starts at $91,000 and can be built as an 8.5 or 10-foot wide home.

The best part? It has a dedicated downstairs bedroom so you don’t have to climb up to the loft to sleep! There’s a large galley kitchen with plenty of counterspace and a compact bathroom with a shower and toilet.

Enjoy the photo tour below.

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Sleep Downstairs in this Liberation Tiny Home!

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Chris Rodiger is a senior at Colby College in Maine and an accomplished artist. As if his gorgeous “En Plein Air” paintings weren’t enough, he built himself a truck bed tiny house with minimal woodworking experience — and the result is stunning!

He calls it the “Beehive” and he spent the summer of 2021 living and working out of the truck, selling his paintings. His college was awesome and actually funded his tiny home creation as part of a class project — does it get better than that?

Now he’s back on campus (gets a little too chilly in Maine for his un-insulated tiny!), but he can always head out in his home and paint wherever calls him! We got to do a Q&A with him, which you can read after the video about Chris below.

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This Truck Bed Tiny Can Be Disassembled by Two People!

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Images via Chris Rodiger

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This is the Trahan, a modern health and fitness tiny house by Fritz Tiny Homes! It was designed for their client, a yoga instructor that’s passionate about health and fitness.

The home is inspired by A-frame cabins as well as modern mid-century designs per the client. I would feel really special in this tiny house, how about you?

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Yoga Teacher’s Modern Tiny House by Fritz Tiny Homes

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Images via Fritz Tiny Homes

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