This is a watch tower cabin in Terebonne, Oregon. Outside, you’ll notice a three story square structure with a fun cupola-style green metal roof. Around the third floor wraps a large deck where you can stand and take in the beautiful surrounding landscape. The third floor has bays of windows on all four sides, which allows for wonderful natural light in the main living area of the house. The “body” of the house is shingled with cedar shakes.
When you go inside, you’ll find the interior is all stained knotty pine. The upper level is 20 X 20 feet and includes two couches and robin’s egg blue cabinetry in the corner kitchen. A wood-burning stove heats the area from the center of the main room. Cook BBQ on the deck or go downstairs to the two bedrooms and 1.5 baths. You can go to the ground level and hop in a hot tub and enjoy views of the mountain range.
Ever considered living in a tower? This is an elevated tiny cabin that’s completely off-grid in Tiller. From the outside, you’ll notice a two-story cabin sitting on a deck suspended by wooden beams. The house has long bays of windows and wooden siding, with a green metal roof. You can stand on the wrap-around porch and look out or take in the sun while reclining in bright red Adirondack chairs. It stands on the edge of an evergreen cluster amidst fields of wildflowers and grass.
When you go inside, you’ll find an open-concept home with everything in the main room including two twin beds with under-bed storage, a desk with a computer, a long table in the middle of the room, and kitchen counter tops and appliances lining the back wall. The walls and floors are pine with wrap-around shelving close to the ceiling for nick knacks. Take the ladder to the second floor where there’s a queen sized loft bed. The kitchen has hot and cold running water, a propane stove, refrigerator, and heater. For a bathroom, head onto the deck and enjoy an outdoor shower. There’s also a wood-fired hot tub and a fire pit for enjoying the very starry Oregon sky.
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