Looking for a little bunkhouse to call home? This beauty on sale is well worth a look.
A quaint, homey little porch welcomes you to linger a while and enjoy the outdoors, or step inside.
In this photo, you are able to take in much of the living space and kitchen at a glance, from the front door to the back of the home.
The kitchen exudes rustic charm with its lovely wood cabinetry (a nice complement for the ceiling) as well as its homespun décor. It is easy to imagine parking it in a rural area where it would fit right into its setting—or moving it into a suburban district where it could make you feel like you are living in the country.
On the left is a fridge and freezer, while across from us we see the oven, cooktop and microwave. To the right is the kitchen sink and lots of countertop. There is even a kitchen island so that you have some extra space to work with.
You can see a little bit of what the living space next to the kitchen looks like with furniture and decor in it.
While these chairs complement the decor nicely, they could be replaced by a comfortable little couch.
Next to the kitchen in the hallway, you will find the large pantry.
The bathroom has a large shower which even has a seat installed it, a nice accessibility feature which a lot of tiny houses lack.
The pretty counter and more simple homespun décor makes the bathroom a welcoming place.
As previously mentioned, this is a bunkhouse.
Bunk beds! Awesome, right? Why don’t more tiny houses have bunk beds? They save space and they are perfect for kids. They are also a great option for anyone who chooses to reside with someone they’d rather not share a bed with. They’re superb for guests too!
This is the room in the very back of the house.
A pair of sliding barn doors opens up to reveal drawers in the closet along with a TV.
Love the bunkhouse? It could be yours for just $49,000. Check out the post here.