This is a 450 sq. ft. garden shed that owner, Sofie and her husband decided to build so they can live in it while renovating their main house. It has a kitchenette, a beautiful indoor/outdoor bathroom with a lush outdoor pink bath, and bedroom pods that are currently home for this family of four.
Check out the photo tour below and let us know what you think about this garden shed in the comments below!
This is a 450 sq. ft. oceanside cottage located near Cannon Beach, OR. The homeowners currently use it as a vacation rental so you can enjoy staying here with ocean and mountain views if you wanted. And it’s just a short walk to the beach across the street.
When you go inside you’ll notice the space functions like a studio with a vibrant living/dining area and a spacious kitchen. The floor level also offers a queen size bed and bathroom. When you go up the stairs you’ll find an additional sleeping loft with a double bed and lounge area.
Outside there’s a large deck where you can enjoy the fresh air with a morning cup of coffee or tea. Please enjoy, learn more and re-share below. Thank you!
This 450 Not-So-Square Ft. Yurt is a guest post by Jen McGeehan – share yours!
Our little love yurt is nestled within an Ohia forest, one of the few remaining (they were almost completely wiped out when the sugar cane industry arrived!) on our island in Hawaii.
The God of our universe is still in the business of financial healing and restoration! Travel to paradise as one financially devastated couple take a flight-of-faith, leaving the economically-challenged mountains of Southern California for the unknown off-grid lifestyle of a rented yurt on the Big Island of Hawaii.
The country-wide real estate and banking collapse of 2008 sent millions of American families into financial ruin. Many hung on for dear life, believing the market would correct itself within a year or two. By 2010, no correction was in sight.
In my book, “My Year In A Yurt“, I tell the true story of how my hubby, Pat, and I filled a 40-foot Matson container, shipped our two vehicles, along with our twenty-nine year old equine and three-year old goat, and flew the friendly skies in search of a simpler way of life.
Our enormous debt of over $600,000 came as invisible baggage, as did the painful memory of handing our realtor the keys to our 3,000 square-foot home after three and a half years on the non-existent real estate market. As foreclosure and bankruptcy – additional unwanted travel companions – reared our heads, I sent yet another urgent prayer to heaven asking for God’s divine intervention.
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