This is Steve’s 400 sq. ft. Cabin off Big Twin Lake in Winthrop, Washington that he built as a retirement home.
In order to build just fifty feet from the lakeside, Steve had to build “tiny” and so he has his cabin on a 20 ft. by 20 ft. slab. The self-contained space has a composting toilet and shower in the bathroom, pull down stairs to bed loft with window dormer, and handmade furniture that includes a futon bed.
Steve said it’s built with a log post structure and 6” walls covered with 1” styrofoam and stucco. His kitchen has an apartment size fridge and range and he enjoys a built-in indoor-outdoor sound system including a sub-woofer. Best of all? There’s a dock for relaxing or fishing!
If you have questions for Steve, ask in the comments!
Steve’s 400 sq. ft. Cabin Off Big Twin Lake in Winthrop, Washington
Awesome exposed log beams and groovy furniture.
Great bar seating by a picture window and quaint tiny kitchen.
Looking from the couch out to the deck.
Love the stone wall. Masonry is just lovely!
Backyard patio with a fire pit for roasting marshmallows.
How cute is this little cabin on the lake?
There’s your dock for relaxing for fishing!
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