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This a small stone cabin with big impact! Nestled in the trees, surrounded by sweeping green lawn, it is a gorgeous retreat for guests. Designed by Northwork Architects and Planners, this small stone cabin is full of surprises and delights.
At only 350 square feet, it has everything for guests to rest and relax comfortably. A winding flagstone path leads to the front porch. Supported by galvanized steel columns and beams, the lean to porch is the perfect place to sit and enjoy a lovely summer day. Special touches like the vintage sign, a large pot filled with bright pink flowers, a built in day bed with throw pillows and funky wire mesh chairs, beckons and welcomes. Inside and outside, the french doors, guests are sure to be pampered in their home away from home.
Boasting a stainless steel kitchen flanked by closets and a full bath behind the barn style door, this small stone cabin has everything you need. Bright abstract paintings, wall quilts, rocking chairs, and cool lamps add the finishing touches to the living and sleeping space. Reclaimed pine wood covers the interior walls and vaulted ceiling, a warm hued contrast to the polished concrete floor. Have you ever laid and listened to the rain against a metal roof? It is a beautiful, comforting sound that will lull you in a pleasant slumber. With the windows and doors open to allow in the sweet fresh air, this cabin is a little piece of heaven. From it's simple gable shape, to it's sleek kitchen, reclaimed wood and vintage pieces, the small stone cabins is a delightful, eclectic mix of modern and rustic.
It's old world charm and feel reminds one of simpler days and times. So sit back, put your feet up and take a look at this little beauty by visiting 'Small House Bliss' or by following the link below.
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