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    Default My new favorite cabin design

    Lately I've been on a small home kick. Been reading a few blogs about tiny houses, some as small as 86 square feet (yeah, that's a bit too small).

    Then I discovered this beauty. It's not as small, but the fact that it's modeled after a forest service fire tower is what got me. Imagine this nestled in the trees somewhere in New Hampshire

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    Default Sweet!

    Being a Realtor and a new home Builder AND looking to downsize - I'm intriuged(sp?) I'll check out the sites you posted!
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    That place looks awesome. Any photos of the living/cooking area?

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    Pictures #8 & #9 are the lower level (in the stone part). That's the kitchen and bedroom area. The upstairs is just an open concept living room.

    Bathroom is a separate building, ugh! I would have figured a way to put on in so I wouldn't have to walk through the snow.

    I wonder how much this little cabin cost, I'm sure it wasn't cheap.

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    I think that is very cute!! A tad bit bigger, and a lot taller (for better views) and it would be perfect!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by spyboy View Post
    Lately I've been on a small home kick. Been reading a few blogs about tiny houses, some as small as 86 square feet (yeah, that's a bit too small).

    Then I discovered this beauty. It's not as small, but the fact that it's modeled after a forest service fire tower is what got me. Imagine this nestled in the trees somewhere in New Hampshire

    http://www.prairiewindarch.com/award.html

    Kirk

    Oh drool.....I'd love that

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    I have a friend in NH who has a house designed to look like an AMC hut. And it does!
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    You know we can't believe you without pictures posted

    Quote Originally Posted by Brad View Post
    I have a friend in NH who has a house designed to look like an AMC hut. And it does!

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    Very cool! Hmmmm....I'm in the design phase for a playhouse.....

    Heck, I'd be happy with the wood fired hot tub in pic.#1!
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