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This is a tiny house tucked away in Nantahala National Forest in Robbinsville, North Carolina.

It features a comfortable living room, queen-size bed, fully-equipped kitchen, and a covered deck.

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Secluded Tiny House in a Unique Setting in North Carolina

Secluded Tiny House in a Unique Setting in Nantahala National Forest

Images via Glamping Hub

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This is a 540 sq. ft. ocean view tube house on the western coast of Oregon in a small town called Neskowin. It’s currently on the market for $189,000. When you go inside you’ll find a spacious open floor plan. There’s a fireplace in the living area which looks out onto the beautiful outdoor balcony. A great spot to relax and enjoy a morning cup of coffee, isn’t it?

In the kitchen you’ll notice a skylight that lets in plenty of sunlight. The bedroom is open to the living area but if you want you can close it off with curtain or you could even add a permanent wall. But right now it functions a lot like a studio. Do you think you can live simply in this little cabin? Either way please enjoy and re-share below. Thank you!

540 Sq. Ft. Ocean View Tube House


Images © Realtor.com/Coast Real Estate Professionals

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Established in 1925, Camp Wandawega is located in Elkhorn, Wiscousin. It’s about a two hour drive from Chicago. The property has cabins, teepees, camping, bunk house and my favorite this three-level treehouse.

The treehouse was built around a massive elm tree. There are even branches going through the house and out the window. It’s three levels, with the first level being the hanging out area for eating an drinking outdoors, the second level is the main part of the house. And the third level the library loft.

It’s outfitted with Mason jar light fixtures, tree swings, and a hammock. Used as a common space for guests, one could enjoy reading a book in the loft library or take a afternoon nap in the hammock outside.

When staying at Camp Wandawega you get the full recreational camp experience. There is everything from a private beach, private fishing pier, hiking, boating, horse shoes, basketball, tennis, archery, campfires and so much more.

As Camp Wandawega says, “We’re not a proper resort by a long shot. We’re just carrying on the tradition of connecting people to the simple pleasures of simpler times.”

Please enjoy the photos below.

Camp Wandawega’s Three Level Treehouse


Images © Camp Wandawega

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