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This is Ella and Doug’s Catskill Bungalow and their Dome in Hensonville, New York. They’ve owned their tiny house, which they’ve named the Catskill Bungalow, since 2005.

So later they built a geodesic dome as an additional structure on the property. Now they’re able to earn income by renting them out as vacation rentals. Here’s our interview with them below along with a photo tour of their tiny homes. Enjoy!

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Ella and Doug’s Tiny Bungalow Cottage on a Foundation and their Geodesic Dome Cabin

Ella and Dougs Catskill Bungalow

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This is a tiny bungalow by the sea in Sweden.

From the outside, you’ll notice burgundy siding and a covered front porch you can reach via a flight of wooden steps.

When you go inside, you’ll find an open living and dining area, a full kitchen, a bedroom, and bathroom.

Please enjoy, learn more, and re-share below. Thank you!

Tiny Bungalow by the Sea in Sweden

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Images © Airbnb

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I’m excited to share this story with you on how one of our readers recently made a big change in her life by downsizing from a 1200 sq. ft. home into a 300 sq. ft. tiny bungalow with a loft.

And she’s here to share her story with you today so I took the chance to ask her a few questions I thought you might want to ask that might help you on your journey towards living simply.

In many cases, people own their own land and build tiny on their own property mortgage-free which is a great way to do it but it’s not the only way to start living a simpler life.

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Downsizing: from 1200 SF to 300 SF

Living Simply in a 300 Sq. Ft. Tiny Bungalow

More Freedom? I think so… (but you be the judge)

THT: Thanks so much for sharing. I love your Bungalow! So can you tell me a little more about it? Did you build it?

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