This post is the third of a three-part series introducing you to the charming tiny houses at Live a Little Chatt in Chattanooga, Tennessee; the community is at the foot of Lookout Mountain and aims to give visitors a taste of tiny living while visiting the quaint town of Chattanooga. Designed by young entrepreneurs, the tiny community has a laid-back vibe with jaw-dropping views.
The Bedrock Cave tiny house looks like it’s straight out of the Flintstones with its rocky exterior and natural landscaping. It was actually designed by a master sculptor to imitate the natural terrain surrounding it.
The home is surprisingly luxurious inside which you may not expect judging from its stone-cold exterior!
Inside, the home has a spacious living room with a faux rock wall that extends out from the surface for a fun surprise. And as you can see, you have plenty of space to spread out in this living room.
The kitchen is off of the living room and has tons of cabinets and countertop space with full-sized appliances including a dishwasher. You have everything you need to make a meal in this home.
A small peek-a-boo opening is between the bedroom and kitchen with green lights that add an earthy glow to the opening.
The bedroom is oversized with a queen-sized bed and side tables. The room has a door that leads outside and the bathroom is off the room behind the sliding barn door.
The bathroom has a flushable toilet, custom sink vanity, and a full-sized shower stall covered in tile with accent inlays.
This home has incredible views of the community out the large windows that line the full-length of the wall across from the living room and bedroom.
Unfortunately, the Bedrock Cave tiny house is off the rental market for right now, but keep an eye out for when the start booking again!
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