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Tiny House on a Peach Farm in Ontario


The @tinyhomebigfarm is a 27-foot long tiny house on wheels with a unique floating staircase and a beautiful interior design that incorporates lots of local art and thrifted pieces. The tiny house is on Airbnb and it’s parked in a stunning setting on one of the oldest peach farms in Canada.  It’s set up as a pet-friendly mental health and wellness getaway and we can’t imagine a better place to reconnect with yourself and with nature.  Especially with the hammock, deck & beautiful garden, not to mention the peach orchard!

Beautiful Tiny House Vacation on one of the oldest Peach Farms in Canada

PEACH FARM TINY HOUSE – outside

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The kitchen is simple but fully functional with a countertop induction element, oven, sink, microwave, bar fridge and plenty of counter space for food preparation and cooking. It also has lovely vintage finds everywhere you look – from coffee tins and tea cups to pyrex bowls and an enamel table – all of which which immediately add character to the space.

PEACH FARM TINY HOUSE – indoor 2

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The living room has a modern mustard yellow couch that converts into a futon guest bed, or it can be used as the main bed for people who don’t feel comfortable sleeping in a loft due to fear of heights, claustrophobia, or lack of accessibility due to the staircase.

PEACH FARM TINY HOUSE – indoor 3

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The bathroom is minimalist on purpose to give guests as much space as possible. There’s a regular flush toilet, a small sink, and an apartment-sized shower stall.

PEACH FARM TINY HOUSE – indoor

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For a full tour of this charming tiny house on wheels, check out the latest video by Exploring Alternatives below!

VIDEO: Beautiful Tiny House with Floating Stairs and Charming Interior Design

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Danielle Chabassol
Danielle is a digital nomad who is passionate about tiny spaces, living with less, reducing waste and eating plant-based food. Danielle is half of the Exploring Alternatives blog & video project. You can find more of her at www.ExploringAlternatives.ca and her Exploring Alternatives YouTube Channel.
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