127 square feet can pack a serious punch in the tiny house world. For example, this gorgeous and rustic tiny cabin in the Catskills of upstate New York is small but packed with style. It’s a 7-by-18-foot cabin with unfinished wood paneling on the outside. Plus, it features a cozy, inviting interior that can sleep three in comfort!
The house is tucked away on a 12-acre farm that is surrounded by goats, sheep, bunnies, and chickens.
Also, there’s a fire pit, an outdoor dining table, and a little swimming hole to match that woodsy feeling this little cabin evokes.
A word to the wise, this particular house doesn’t have indoor plumbing. However, there is an outhouse and an outdoor shower with hot water just outside of the cabin. Just imagine showering in the great outdoors surrounded by trees.
A hodgepodge of windows along the front of the cabin create an inviting, open atmosphere reminiscent of DIY culture.
You’ll have plenty of desk space to finish the Great American Novel in this tiny cabin. If you love Henry David Thoreau’s Walden, you’ll feel right at home.
Three very good friends or a little family can get a chance to try out the tiny house lifestyle for just $125 a night.
That loft bed looks especially cozy.
According to 6sqft.com, this cabin is part of the Outlier Inn, which hosts a number of unique overnight spaces. They include a country-inspired trailer, a geo dome and a cottage, which can all be booked on Airbnb.