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The Louisa Cottage on a Small Farm in New Zealand


This is the Louisa Cottage. It’s in Havelock North, Hastings, Hawke’s Bay, New Zealand and is available to book for vacation on HomeAway.

The Louisa Stream is nearby on the five-acre rural lot. There is also the main house on the property that’s about 300 feet away with a hedge for privacy. There are pet hens and roosters on the property so if you’re lucky, you will get some eggs to enjoy. The cottage has two bedrooms and one bath.

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The Louisa Cottage in New Zealand

Louisa Cottage in New Zealand

Images via HomeAway

Ahh, the Louisa Cottage.

Louisa Cottage in New Zealand

This beautiful tiny home is located in Hawke’s Bay, New Zealand.

Louisa Cottage in New Zealand

There are actually pet roosters and chickens on the 5 acre property!

Louisa Cottage in New Zealand

The Louisa Stream runs nearby, hence the cottage’s name, hehe.

Louisa Cottage in New Zealand

Washer and dryer provided.

Louisa Cottage in New Zealand

Full kitchen with refrigerator, stove, microwave, pantry, plenty of countertop space.

Louisa Cottage in New ZealandNice views while you do the dishes. Always a plus.

Louisa Cottage in New Zealand

Beautiful shower with even better views.

Louisa Cottage in New Zealand

Bedroom with nature views.

Louisa Cottage in New Zealand

Windows open nicely to nature. Looks very peaceful here.

Louisa Cottage in New Zealand

Wow, look at the view…

Louisa Cottage in New Zealand

That’s magnificent!

Louisa Cottage in New Zealand

Wouldn’t you love staying here?

Louisa Cottage in New Zealand

Images via HomeAway

Highlights

  • Cottage style
  • Sleeps 4
  • Two bedrooms, 1 bathroom
  • Near Havelock North and Hastings
  • Five acre property
  • Very private
  • Cottage gets sun all day
  • Views to the South of Mount Erin
  • Night sky is beautiful
  • Pet hens and roosters on property
  • Eggs produced for guests to enjoy
  • Lots of birdlife

Learn more: https://www.homeaway.com/vacation-rental/p20035564

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  • Avatar Karen Blackburn
    February 25, 2019, 2:58 am

    The thing is, growing up in NZ during the 1960s small 2 bed houses like this were common. My best friend slept in the living area behind the piano for privacy, my neighbours kids, 2 boys and a girl, shared a tiny bedroom barely large enough for a bed and a set of bunk beds until the daughter left to get married in her twenties. Some of these houses were doubled in size by jacking them up and building a new floor underneath but for many this was unaffordable. In many parts of the world, and this includes the UK and Ireland, houses this size are common although many expanded up into the attic area for extra sleeping rooms. My grandparents house was a kitchen/living/dining room on the ground floor which had a tiny bathroom racked on the back and 2 small bedrooms upstairs, my aunt lived in a house barely any larger though this had a kitchen, living room and dining room downstairs with bathroom and 3 bedrooms upstairs, and was split between her in-laws and herself, her husband and 4 daughters where the kitchen and bathroom were shared with the living and sleeping rooms split between them. The US has plenty of space soi seems to think that huge houses are normal but in the vast majority of the world the opposite is true. Tiny houses are normal with big houses the prerogative of the wealthy. My dream cottage has just been renovated in a nearby village and consists of a tiny bedroom and bathroom with a slightly larger living cooking area. It sits right on the pavement and has a small walled rear garden with a small attic area for extra storage. There are many like this here in Ireland and one day I hope to afford to live in one.

  • Avatar Marsha Cowan
    February 25, 2019, 2:30 pm

    Really lovely. . .love the porch and flowers and view. The inside is beautifully decorated and the window treatments are perfect for the size house and to show off the beautiful stained trim. Lovely!

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