When some people need to get away, they prefer to frolic beachside. Others love traveling to exotic cities.
But nothing beats the pastoral serenity of escaping to a rural cabin deep in the forest.
What better way to appreciate the simplicity that Mother Nature provides than spending your rustic retreat in a modest-yet-elegant tiny home?
Tiny houses are great for a family or romantic getaways for a lot of reasons, but if closeness is what you crave, there’s nothing like staying in a space less than 1,000 square feet.
Take, for instance, this cozy castle nestled in the Blue Ridge Mountains.
Due to its small size, you’re forced outdoors into the splendor of nature to spend your days fishing or hiking and your nights wrapped up in a blanket by a warm campfire roasting marshmallows and staring at the stars. Yet, you have an inviting place to rest your head when you want to go to sleep, outfitted with all the comforts of home.
If a modern tiny cabin tucked deep in the woods is your idea of perfect vacation, we have found your ideal dwelling. This beautiful home is in Hamilton, AL would be the well suited for Henry David Thoreau — if Thoreau had a penchant for a little downhome luxury…
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This cabin by Rustic River Park Homes is called “Chattahoochee.”
It is 43 feet long and just under 11 feet wide. It can easily accommodate a small family or a couple looking for a cozy rural retreat.
Although it’s only 507 square feet, a lovely 110-square-foot screened-in front porch makes the space feel airy.
Yet, the high-vaulted ceilings don’t hurt the spacious vibe, either.
The porch opens into the main living area, which makes the kitchen and den feel like it has doubled in size.
The elegant living area is a combination of rustic and contemporary charm with modern wood paneling and a stainless steel refrigerator.
This design aesthetic is even reflected in the wooden chandelier and stone fireplace.
A downstairs bedroom is tucked away behind the kitchen.
Even though it’s downstairs, it still gets phenomenal light.
There’s also a bunk bed for additional slumbering purposes with drawers for storage and an ample-sized bathroom.
Upstairs, above the living room is the loft master bedroom decked out with a cozy king-sized bed. This means that six people could comfortably stay here if used as a vacation property. Even a seventh person could sleep on the couch!
It’s a handsome hideaway anyone would be proud to call their home away from home.
Could you live here?
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