Here’s a lovely little spot in Eagleton, Australia that sits right on the water! You couldn’t ask for better views, honestly. The tiny house is bright white inside and all the windows let in tons of natural light.
There’s a loft bedroom, back bathroom and open concept living and kitchen area. The whole thing is well-equipped as a vacation cabin, and heated and cooled by a mini-split. What do you think?
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Right On The Water Tiny House Vacation
The interior is all black and white.
Love all the natural light streaming in the window and door.
Step outside onto the porch.
Wow! What a sunset! (Or is it a sunrise…?)
Mini-split keeps the air comfortable.
The perfect tiny weekend escape that ticks all the boxes. A short drive away from Sydney in a place called Eagleton you will find The Clyde Tiny Away. Sitting in a picturesque spot that is the perfect balance between farm stay and river views. This Tiny Away house is tidy, cosy and so peaceful
- Reyes Big Tiny by Build Tiny in Australia
- Modern, 16-ft. Tiny House in Australia
- Asha’s Quaint Cottage Van in Australia
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Wow! So lovely! Being next to water is so therapeutic. Listening to the lapping water and seeing the sunlight play off the surface of the river. . .how do they get people to leave? I love this!
Would I like to vacay there? Oh, yes. please!
Being on the water in warm, sunny Australia, are there issues with mosquitoes?