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Tiny House Built with Reclaimed Cedar on Marrowstone Island


This is a tiny house built with reclaimed cedar in Marrowstone Island, Washington.

It’s located just down the road from east beach county park and is available as a vacation rental that you can book using Airbnb.

The tiny house is 240 sq. ft. with two sleeping lofts, a full kitchen, and bathroom with composting toilet. Take the tour below and let us know what you think in the comments. Thanks!

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Images via Airbnb

Highlights

  • Tiny house built with reclaimed cedar
  • Located between Mystery Bay and Fort Flagler state parks
  • Down the road from east beach county park
  • Near the Nordland general store
  • Two sleeping lofts
  • Full kitchen
  • Tile shower bathroom with composting toilet
  • 240 sq. ft.
  • Mountain views
  • Near the water
  • Soaking tub and fire pit on property too
  • Games and puzzles for rainy days
  • Starts at around $115 per night (price may change according to season etc.)

Learn more at Airbnb.

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  • D. Pedersen July 3, 2018, 2:38 am

    Strange roof construction.

    • James D. July 3, 2018, 5:14 pm

      Builds with reclaimed materials often deal with a fair amount of improvising and creativity… Especially, if you don’t have all the material at the start of the build and have to adapt as the build progresses or just have a limited supply and have to make it work somehow…

  • Erica July 5, 2018, 7:30 pm

    I like it! I love the rustic look in general. The live edges are great. While I no longer want a place this tiny with lofts, I can appreciate all the great features of this place. One of those is the angled stove with extra storage behind it (for oils, etc).

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