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Tiny House on a Farm in Corbett, Oregon


This is a tiny house on a farm in Corbett, Oregon which is just east of Portland near the Columbia River.

It’s a tiny home on wheels with an interesting design — it features a small bump-out just over the wheels of the trailer. Do you see that?

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Unique Tiny House on a Farm near Portland, Oregon with Little Window Bump-out Over the Trailer Wheels

Tiny House on a Farm in Corbett, Oregon

Images via Glamping Hub

there are over 50 animals to be found on the grounds as well as a vegetable garden and fruit trees and bushes

Tiny House on a Farm in Corbett, Oregon

Guests will also be able to enjoy access to walking trails, indoor and outdoor riding arenas, Laughing Water Creek, two footbridges, and a working outhouse.

One-of-a-Kind Tiny House on a Farm in Corbett, Oregon

One-of-a-Kind Tiny House on a Farm in Corbett, Oregon

One-of-a-Kind Tiny House on a Farm in Corbett, Oregon

One-of-a-Kind Tiny House on a Farm in Corbett, Oregon

One-of-a-Kind Tiny House on a Farm in Corbett, Oregon

One-of-a-Kind Tiny House on a Farm in Corbett, Oregon

One-of-a-Kind Tiny House on a Farm in Corbett, Oregon

One-of-a-Kind Tiny House on a Farm in Corbett, Oregon One-of-a-Kind Tiny House on a Farm in Corbett, Oregon

One-of-a-Kind Tiny House on a Farm in Corbett, Oregon

One-of-a-Kind Tiny House on a Farm in Corbett, Oregon

One-of-a-Kind Tiny House on a Farm in Corbett, Oregon

One-of-a-Kind Tiny House on a Farm in Corbett, Oregon

Images via Glamping Hub

This tiny house is located in Corbett, Oregon, and can accommodate two guests. It is a single room accommodation boasting a completely unique design. The one-of-a-kind house contains a queen-sized mattress in a sleeping area reachable by ladder. Linens are provided. The toilet is in the form of a simple bucket composting system and guests will be expected to remove their own waste, which is a relatively simple process. A small hot shower is also provided, along with biodegradable shampoos and soaps.

The kitchen equipment includes a small refrigerator with mini-freezer, electric water kettle, toaster, gas stove, oven, and sink. The house is well-insulated with natural wool, allowing the space to remain cozy and warm all year round. The house also features two skylights, allowing for nighttime stargazing and perhaps a view of some of the farm’s peacocks nesting in the trees.

Outside, guests will be able to explore the farm, nearby walking trails, and creek, allowing for complete immersion in a serene rural experience.

Learn more: https://glampinghub.com/unitedstatesofamerica/pacificwest/oregon/portland/tiny-house-farm-corbett-oregon/

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  • Avatar merryl February 24, 2019, 11:43 am

    omg!this is so adorable.i love it.i would love to stay there.

  • Avatar DiAnne February 24, 2019, 4:31 pm

    The Greatest Escape is a Tiny House!

  • Avatar Eric February 24, 2019, 9:49 pm

    Well no, I don’t see the bump out. I’m assuming it “is” at the front of the TH. But given pics inside with a single door in the opposite end from entrance I’d say it’d be the door to the toilet. Which you’d have to empty yourself. Wow, and it’s a short term rental. Interesting that the cost is $NZ 187.80 per night, yet just a few months ago I went to one of the more expensive holiday areas in NZ and had a very good motel unit for $NZ 70 per night. Seems like the Gordon Gecko’s of the short term rentals are certainly out there. And yes, I do appreciate that it is in the Portland area. Even so, still expensive.

    • Avatar James D. February 25, 2019, 3:18 am

      Hey Eric, the bump out is the whole window area over the wheel well…

      They apparently used a standard trailer to build on, which unlike trailers specifically made for building tiny houses on generally keep the frame within the space between the wheel wells as they aren’t intended to push the max road width…

      But, on the other hand, that’s also why it has more of a roof overhang than most tiny houses because they can extend further past the walls before reaching the road legal width limit…

      Anyway, it’s what is providing that window shelf space behind the sink and is providing space for running the water line for the sink and gas line for the range that looks like they barely fit in there otherwise…

      As for Hotels/Motels… According to trip advisor, NZ’s 4 to 5 star rated locations are $180 up to $300 a night… So that apparently, just like in the states, depends where you are staying in NZ…

      I’ve seen rates that are both much higher and lower… In 2017, the average daily rate of U.S. hotels was $126.72 U.S. dollars. Places like San Francisco, New York and Boston are actually more expensive… a four star hotel in San Francisco is typically more than $380 U.S. dollars per night, for example and I’ve seen prices up into the thousands for some locations for an idea of the upper extreme… So a trip to the states can be pretty expensive, depending where you go but there are places that go below $80 a night and it’s much easier if the stay is a reservation or better a longer period for a lower per night rate…

      • Avatar Eric February 25, 2019, 3:55 am

        Arrrgh… damned brain translated that into slide out! Gotta stop breathing this gosh darned fresh air… ; )

  • Avatar Scott February 24, 2019, 11:11 pm

    Hmmmm…. Since the bump outs are over the wheels – which appear to be outside the lines of the main body of this tiny house, I cam only surmise that the floorplan is narrower by about a foot or so. Or – are the wheels wider than 8’5″? You’re either giving up space, or you have a wider than normal trailer that will require a permit to travel with, just for a couple of small bump-outs. While the unit looks nice, I question the efficiency of the design…?

  • Avatar Lee Ann February 25, 2019, 11:37 am

    I love that little green stove. I wonder if it’s vintage or contemporary and retro-styled?

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