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256 sq. ft. A-Frame in the South Carolina Marsh


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Do you remember Donelle’s awesome, cute, and quirky Airbnb by the Marsh that we showed you in January? Well, she did it again! With the help of her friend Marilyn, she created a dream A-frame on the property that her father left her.

The cozy 256-square-foot A-frame fits a bedroom, full bathroom, and compact kitchenette. There’s a deck (on stilts) connected to the A-frame, so you can enjoy some coffee outdoors or take an outdoor shower.

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Glass A-Frame with a Deck (on Stilts)!

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The space is climate-controlled with a mini-split.

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There’s a neat outdoor shower available.

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Here’s the entrance to the home.

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The back of the home is four large windows!

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Here’s a look at the deck.

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The bedroom has amazing views.

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There’s a little seating area.

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There’s a bathroom with a residential toilet.

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The little kitchenette has a deep sink, retro minifridge and microwave.

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Oh and a coffee maker!

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The deep soaking tub looks out the vegitation beyond.

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Another sink in the bathroom space.

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Another look at the view from the bed.

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The lovely private space glows in the sunset.

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Enjoy the hammock!

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There’s an outdoor kitchen/grilling area as well.

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Description:

You’ll love this unique and romantic escape. Architectual design allows you to fully take in the view of the lowcountry marsh. The backdrop of the bed allows you to fall asleep to the majestic starry filled night sky! Soak your cares away with a bath that will surely relax and unwind you. The background is breathtaking! The outside shower allows you to take in the scenery while enjoying a hot shower. This is an “unplug” listing, no tv or internet access. Hunting Island Beach Pass included.

256 sq ft with a kitchenette (microwave, mini fridge, sink, and Keurig). A small sitting area with an open floor plan double bed with a glass backdrop. Bathroom separated by a barn door, toilet, sink, and soaking tub. Outdoor shower that has hot water uniquely attached to an oak tree. Couples will love the Romantic open feel. The ability to just spend time with one another without distraction.
Singles will love the ability to unplug! This space is very unique. It’s a tinyhouse, treehouse, and Aframe. The glass allows you to take in the beautiful scenery!

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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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  • Paul
    October 10, 2023, 8:01 pm

    All very nice… except… the front door looks terrible. A pot of paint and it would increase the value, and the price as well, but they opted for cheap. Shame because otherwise its really, really nice.

    • Donelle
      October 10, 2023, 8:49 pm

      I love my rustic door just the way it is!

    • Donelle
      October 10, 2023, 9:05 pm

      The door is actually an antique solid wood door my dad left when he died and I love rustic!!! So in person it’s actually really pretty but I respect your opinion.

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