The Tiny House Movement — a rapidly growing micro-home movement focused on affordability, sustainability, and innovation — has just received a new cute recruit. An A-frame home nestled in the lush, shady greenery of the Redwood Forest.
This cozy California getaway is engulfed by redwoods and sits on a private road in Cazadero, which is about two hours north of San Francisco. It’s only a 10-minute drive from the lovely Sonoma Coast and 15 minutes from wine country. The charming town of Duncans Mills is just west of the cabin, and if you’re jonesing for a night out, head east to Monte Rio, where you can catch a movie at the historic Rio Theater.
And we haven’t even seen the inside of this beautiful home (which anyone can rent, by the way, on airbnb by the user Rachel) yet…
The cabin has been lovingly restored.
The owner looks at its renovation as a continuous project.
The small space packs in a ton of sunlight!
There’s no TV, but there is a record player and wood-burning stove, so…
…it’s the perfect place to unwind and unplug.
The full memory foam bed sleeps one or two comfortably.
There’s a fully equipped kitchen with lots of cookbooks.
The bathroom’s not too shabby either!
There’s a sunny backyard and a lovely view.
Not too bad…
…for a cozy cabin in the woods.
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