You know what they say about location, location, location. This modern vacation cottage designed by the famous Canadian architect, Brian MacKay-Lyons, has an idyllic seaside setting in Lunenburg, Nova Scotia with sheep and horses grazing in the nearby pastures. It both blends in and stands out among the weathered buildings nearby.
The two-floor cabin has an open-concept first floor with a kitchen, living area, and cozy wood-burning stove. Walk upstairs to the bedroom loft with grand cathedral ceilings featuring exposed beams. There’s a nice living space outside, as well. What do you think of this home?
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Modern Cottage with Pasture and Seaside Views in Lunenburg, Nova Scotia
This is a Cottage-Style Mustard Seed Tiny House with seven feet of headroom under the loft!
The home is 24′ long and 285 sq. ft. and features all the comforts of a larger home: A spacious kitchen with a five-burner stove, a full bathroom with a stacking washer and dryer, custom cabinetry, under-step storage and two beautiful turquoise french doors that I’m in love with! Check out the pictures, and then take the video tour with Deek from Relaxshacks.com on the last page.
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Cottage-Style Mustard Seed Tiny House