You May Not Think the Same, but This Tiny Home Has the Most Amazing Kitchen
You will love to swoon over this cute little modern style cabin in the woods, the Prescott Cottage from Tiny House Swoon. A bright green little tiny cottage in the forest that has everything one would need and even more. People aren't just buying or building cottages for recreational purposes any more. More and more people are purchasing or building these lovely little havens for permanent, full time homes to live in year round. The concept of the cottage came about when people would be living and working in the city, and making more than enough money to build a cabin out in the forest to escape from all of the business stress once in a while. They have been used for decades as a place for families to go together to unwind and relax together and they still are used in this very way.
But more people are shifting into living a life like this full time, and not working so hard and not being so stressed out all the time. Sounds like the way to go doesn't it? So many people buy a property like this and live out here more full time and work from their home instead of in an office in the city. This particular cottage was up for sale, but the listing is not active any more which means that someone has snatched it up already! Good for whoever bought it, this is a darling house, on a great lot and it all has so much potential. The green cottage looks like it could have been built either in the 60s or more recently. It has that mod style that they started using in 60s architecture where all of the lines started being really clean, and more expressive, even if the house was a little small. Like creating the pop up on the top of the house, to create more hight and space.
The exterior of the home looks really fun, not my personal favourite colour, but it looks pretty good in the forest with all of the green trees surrounding it. The patio is wonderful, with the hot tub and a little covered area on the patio for those days when you need a little shelter from the sun or rain. The interior is beautiful, though in some need of an update. The bones of the house are really great though and would be very easy to work with. I love the exposed beam vaulted ceilings with the smaller windows at ceiling height, they just add a little extra light and style. There is a nice large fire place in the room which would be great to heat the home, it is however in an awkward place in the room, but it might be able to be moved, or maybe instal a corner fire place. Hard wood floors would look fabulous in this space, and make it feel a lot more modern.
The kitchen cabinets are a wild colour of blue, with funky drawer and knob pulls. This is probably also something that the buyers would potentially update, or add some art and decoration to compliment the funky colour. The kitchen is really small, but has enough room to cook up a good meal and has plenty of counter and cabinet space. The bedroom is nice, with a door leading out onto a balcony, which is a really nice feature to have. There are lots of windows for good light exposure as well. The bathrooms each have a shower, and one has a bathtub. One of the bathrooms has a sink that has seen better days, you might wonder what happened there, or if it was on purpose. The back of the cottage backs out onto another outdoor area, with a swing and some rock landscaping, a fire pit would be great out in the back area. Check out more photos of this sweet little cottage!
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