You Can Buy this Whimsical Floating House
…but it’ll cost you! With an asking price of $450,000. Worth it if you can afford it, I guess.
But the point for me is to show you just how much you can do with such a small amount of space and a lot of creativity.
I’d so much rather have a 740 sq. ft. home like this, on a normal foundation or on a floating one, than any cookie cutter 1200 sq. ft. counterpart. Wouldn’t you? (sorry… dumb question, I know..)
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First Floor Bedroom, Kitchen and Bathroom
I thought it was pretty cool how the photographer was able to get all of it in one shot!
Loft Bedroom with Study Area
Outdoor Area with Seating, Lounges and Pool
And an outdoor grill, too!
Don’t miss the ping pong table. 🙂
Would You Call this Cabin Tiny or Small?
For me it depends who I’m talking to! Usually I’d call it a small cabin because I’ve seen and been in much smaller cabins than 700 square feet. But if I’m talking to my parents or something I might call it tiny because I know that to them it is tiny. How about you?
Your Favorite Part About this Whimsical Small Cabin near Madrid?
My two favorite parts are the front entrance view. I just think it’s funky looking in such an awesome way. Besides that I’d most likely enjoy the loft area upstairs. I’d spend lots of time in the study up there or just lounging around reading. How about you? What do you like best about it?
Wanna Stay In It? Or Just Learn More..
More photos, info and how to stay in this tiny cabin near Madrid, Spain here.
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