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The Nook Tiny House in Swannanoa


This is the Nook tiny house in Swannanoa, North Carolina.

It’s a one-of-a-kind, hand-made tiny home that’s bookable on Airbnb.

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The Nook Tiny House in North Carolina

This modern tiny cabin offers an amazing interior space that even includes an indoor swing!

There is a cozy sleeping area on the main floor. You can also see shoe storage and shelving beyond the bedroom area.

There’s a kitchenette. Wow, look at that window!

How cool is this dining nook! And the bathroom is just beyond the kitchen area.

The indoor swing sure looks fun. A sliding glass door takes you to the deck. Mini-split air-conditioner overhead.

This is an outdoor bathhouse. Check out the Airbnb listing for more photos and info!

What do you think of this Nook tiny cabin in North Carolina?

Highlights

    • The Nook
    • Breakfast alcove
    • Tea loft
    • Entertainment loft
    • Cozy sleeping area
    • 18-ft. ceilings
    • Expansive windows
    • Amazing indoor swing
    • Outdoor bathhouse
    • Refrigerator (no freezer)
    • No oven
    • Almost everything was hand-built, woven, shaped, or whittled
    • Local materials used for the build
    • 15 minutes from downtown Asheville
    • 8 minutes from Blue Ridge Parkway
    • Built with the help of Rob and Karie of Shelter Collective
    • Learn more below!

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  • Laverne
    June 21, 2022, 12:27 am

    I just love it . I wish I could do this in my backyard but, I live in the city and I don’t think its aloud . your special place is Gorgeous !

  • Joyce Rader
    June 26, 2022, 9:12 am

    It may be cute, but I say caution with that swing. It is too easy for a swing to return with enough force to break that window. Swinging in a hammock would be safer. It appears the swing is hanging too close to the wall to get any real joy out of its use. I will say having the sitting area near the elevated kitchen area is nice. Perhaps a bit if wall (even glass) on the counter edge to reduce items from falling or splashing onto that sofa would be better.

    • James D.
      June 26, 2022, 2:33 pm

      True but pretty sure the swing is just for sitting as a fun/nostalgic piece that can put people into a different mood when having a conversation or partaking of the views through the window, which it does provide a higher and closer vantage point than the sofa… But good advice to tell people not to swing in it and glass backsplash for the back of the shelf shouldn’t significantly impede views for someone in the kitchen as a good tweak…

      Though, if the seat is tethered it could easy be prevented from swinging too far… Another bungee string tied from the bottom to the floor could give enough leeway for a small swing but prevent it ever going too far…

  • Mary
    June 30, 2022, 10:58 am

    There’s a lot to love in the craftsmanship in this little dwelling. Every aspect looks to have been artfully done. I wonder if the fridge is below the counter. If not there, where is it?

  • Eric
    July 1, 2022, 5:14 am

    Forget the house (although it IS nice) I want the outdoor bath. End of. (see the airbnb for why)

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