We’ve seen some tiny houses with some pretty high asking prices over our time, but this next home definitely takes the cake! The 960 square foot cottage is located in Kennebunk, Maine and was listed for $1.3 Million! Now, you may assume it was sitting on a large piece of property but you’d be mistaken. This home is on a .25 acre lot however it does have gorgeous views of the beach and the home itself is truly stunning. Take a look and get some inspiration!
The home is covered in weathered cedar shake shingles with a pitched roof and simple lines. The simplicity of the home lets the scenery shine though so we don’t mind.
The home was designed to take advantage of the (pricey) views of the beach and so large windows and sliding glass doors fill the main wall in the living area. There’s plenty of room in the main room for a couch and several chairs with a dining room off of the living room. The walls are painted white throughout the home which lets the exposed beams take center stage.
A wood burning fireplace is on one wall of the living room with a TV mounted in the corner. The large sliding glass doors take you out to the deck where Adirondack chairs are waiting for you.
The kitchen is well-equipped with long counters and tons of cabinets for storage. You have all of the appliances that you could wish for including a refrigerator, stove, microwave, and dishwasher. This is your traditional-sized kitchen so you’re not having to compromise on any of your essentials in this home.
The master bedroom is downstairs with a pretty view of the coast out the large window that opens up to let the sea breeze come in. The room has its own closet and is located off of the living room for easy access.
The guest bedrooms are up the winding stairs which are partially hardwood and partially carpeted for sound buffering.
At the top of the stairs, you have a gorgeous view of the coastline with majestic trees through the large window at the top of the living room wall.
The second floor is split into two guest bedrooms each with two twin beds and a window for natural light.
So, what do you think? Is this a million-dollar view? It’s definitely not too shabby.