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Tiny Cottage Under a Treehouse

This is a tiny cottage under a treehouse in the rolling hills of Northwest Wisconsin.

When you go inside you’ll find a living area, sleeper sofa, wood burning fireplace, kitchenette, a sleeping loft, and a desk.

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Tiny Cottage Under a Treehouse

Tiny Cottage under a Treehouse

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Learn more: http://thelittlecabinunderthebigtreehousenearthesmallriver.yolasite.com/

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Andrea has lived simply in small spaces for more than 7 years and enjoys sharing her space saving (and space multiplying) tips from experience.

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  • Avatar Liz October 9, 2015, 4:18 pm

    Looks like you have enough help rounded up to take care of those apples!! Very nice home, by the way!!

  • Avatar Comet October 9, 2015, 4:40 pm

    Glad to see they have a fire extinguisher–they are going to need it! The cabinet –wooden—within mere inches of the fireplace–is scary as are the pillows etc jammed in there. And WHY are there refractory bricks holding the FIREPLACE DOORS CLOSED? Something not quite right about the install and planning on that.

    Having heated two houses exclusively with wood for over 30 years–I have seen a few things happen with wood stoves–like logs shifting and landing against the doors; sparks flying out that were not seen and lodged between couch cushions that were farther away than the recommended 36″ for flammables—wood get hot enough to ignite surrounding the fireplace on the walls. This is a firetrap waiting to ignite.

    Cute but dangerous.

    • Avatar Chel October 10, 2015, 7:36 am

      I totally agree Comet. Drywall – however high the fire certification – around the fireplace is crazy, even if the inner cavity is properly filled with the relevant insulation. There is nothing wrong with using secondhand equipment in good working order, but this fire seems way too big for the space. I have had coal fired stoves of this kind in two homes. Both houses were 3 bedroom family homes and both fires were half this size.
      Pretty building that needs more planning.

  • Avatar Mark October 10, 2015, 2:09 pm

    Little Cabin by Treehouse by Small River
    Hello, Thanks for the comments. Our website has been updated with recent photos of the tiled fireplace. The wood cabinets, facing the fireplace are covered with dura-rock, tile cement board and tile. The old photos of the fireplace were from it was still under construction.

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