Here’s a true tiny house in the middle of the woods on the Dutch Bill Creek in Monte Rio, a small town west of Guerneville in Sonoma County, California, that packs everything you need—and a whole lot more—into an impressive 324 square feet.
Built in 1959, the adorable getaway features a rustic wooden construction that comprises a sleeping loft, a full bathroom with clawfoot tub, living room with a little wood-burning stove, and an efficient kitchenette and dining area.
New appliances and gleaming fixtures bring the cabin into the modern era without sacrificing any of its original charm, which allows for a plethora of nooks, crannies, and shelves providing incidental storage for essentials, tchotchkes, and artwork alike. In other words, living here won’t cramp your style.
Step outside, and the world is basically your oyster. A deck that the listing describes as “fabulous” is just that—not only does it extend along a whole side of the house to encompass a spacious outdoor lounge complete with a diaphanous canopy, it also includes an outdoor shower—perfect for a quick spray after frolicking in that creek just a literal stone’s throw away.
Set on half an acre of land, the property even accommodates a couple of outbuildings, two zip lines, and a pirate treehouse that doubles as an even tinier guest lodge. Located at 9400 Bohemian Highway, this special home is offered at $300,000.