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Tasmanian Bush Tiny House

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This stunning Airbnb in the Tasmanian Bush was built by Artisan Tiny Homes, a local Australian tiny house builder. It feels like a romantic, cozy escape inside with a wood-burning stove, gorgeous wood tones, and a luxurious bathroom.

To get your own Naivasha model it would cost $119,000 AUD (about $83,000 USD). But if you just want the experience, you can book on Airbnb and enjoy the wood-fired hot tub!

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A cozy wood-burning stove warms up the place.

Beautiful details keep the place feeling lovely.

There’s a loft bedroom with skylights.

There’s bar seating for two.

Drink options and macarons.

I love the pottery on the shelf.

A sliding barn door blocks off the bathroom.

The big picture window is stunning.

View looking out of the bathroom.

I love that they used a piece of furniture for the kitchen cabinets.

You can see the shower stall here.

But there’s also a clawfoot tub.

There’s a beautiful vanity in here.

This looks like a luxurious spot to relax.

Beautiful towels.

I love the variety of pillows.

Little bedside tables.

There’s a mini ceiling fan for airflow.

The loft is so bright and open.

VIDEO: Luxurious and Private Tiny House


  • Sleeping Loft:
  • Queen bed size loft:
  • 1 Window
  • 1 LED downlight
  • 2 Wall lights
  • 2 non-opening skylights
  • Space for queen size mattress
  • Black metal railing
  • Ladder to access loft
  • Kitchen:
  • Antique cupboard converted
  • Ikea white ceramic sink with tap
  • 1 Window
  • 1 LED downlight
  • 1 Hanging pendant light
  • 2 Burner stovetop
  • Space for mini fridge
  • Timber shelving
  • Tiled splash back
  • Breakfast bar opposite kitchen
  • Lounge:
  • Handmade lounge with storage
  • Custom made cushion seat cover
  • 2 Windows
  • 1 LED downlight
  • Antique cupboard converted into tv box
  • TV antenna port
  • Wood burner with pressed tin panelling
  • Front Door
  • Stairs:
  • Ladder to loft
  • Coffee Nook
  • 1 LED downlight
  • Custom stained stair treads
  • Black metal hand railing
  • Bathroom:
  • Antique cupboard converted
  • Composting toilet
  • Toilet holder
  • Claw foot bath
  • Shower screen door
  • Shower head and mixer
  • Subway tiles
  • 2 Windows
  • 2 LED downlight
  • Exhaust vent
  • Barndoor sliding door

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Natalie C. McKee

Natalie C. McKee is a contributor for Tiny House Talk and the Tiny House Newsletter. She's a wife, and mama of three little kids. She and her family are homesteaders with sheep, goats, chickens, ducks and quail on their happy little acre.

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  • Marsha Cowan
    February 10, 2023, 10:01 am

    Really lovely home with amazing amenities and comforts. I thoroughly enjoyed the video tour. Quite entertaining, especially at the end. Lol!

  • February 10, 2023, 5:05 pm

    Love that bathroom!

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