Looking for a unique home style? This Owl Hill House was built by artists in the 1980s and has a funky, sculptural feel. The furniture is all built into the walls and gives you a cozy Hobbit-like spot to vacation.
There’s a bed, full kitchen, and bathroom, as well as a cozy round living space with a wood-burning stove. While the Airbnb listing doesn’t mention it, this looks like a cob home with plaster walls!
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570 Sq Ft Owl Hill House
There’s a built-in couch and a sitting chair.
A wood stove will provide warmth on chilly Vermont nights.
A round rug is the perfect touch here.
I love the organic feel of the ceiling and arches.
The kitchen is in a side alcove.
The bed is also tucked into an alcove.
There’s seating for two at the built-in breakfast bar.
There’s also a closet to put away clothes.
Now that’s a fun design for a bookshelf.
There are multiple layers of countertops.
The bathroom with built-in seating.
There’s a toilet and shower (not pictured) in the bathroom.
There’s a four-burner cooktop.
Would you like to stay here? Live here?
Owl Hill House is an organically shaped structure built by a group of sculptors in the early 1980’s and recently renovated by one of its original creators. Its 570 square feet interior is bright, airy and cozy with hand-plastered, sculptural, white walls and custom built-in furniture. It is set in a tranquil clearing surrounded by beautiful trees on a private Vermont dirt road, and is the perfect base for exploring northern Berkshire County’s cultural gems and southern Vermont’s picturesque towns and natural beauty, or to just relax and leave the rectilinear world behind.
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