Tiny Houses On Tiny Islands... These are SO COOL

Tiny Houses On Tiny Islands... These are SO COOL

In case you don’t know, we would love to do the honor of informing you that there are a bunch of tiny houses built on an archipelago of islands that lie on both sides of the US-Canada border, where you will find the Saint Lawrence River. This place is also known as the Thousand Islands. It is an interesting fact for anyone who is into architecture and interior design to discover this vast area. It is also very inspiring to learn that those small pieces of land are being used to build a functioning home.

You will see a lot of small castles and large estates in many of these islands, but the tiny houses on those tiny islands are the ones that are getting most of the attention. Because who wouldn’t find them fascinating? And to make them even more appealing, you will be thrilled to know that most of the tiny houses here are available for you to rent. If you are in the mood for some adventure in the middle of a living river, give this place a chance and see if it doesn’t exceed your expectation in experiencing one of the best vacations of your life.

A total of 1,793 islands can be found in this border, and the smallest of them was labeled as “Just Room Enough.” And to all you eager beavers who are curious about its title, it is because only when the water is low would there be enough room in this little cottage for its outdoor furniture to be put out. Many campers and boaters visit this place that it became widely known to be the fresh water boating capital of the world!

This place is also perfect for honeymooners given the romantic view that it offers to all the lovers out there. Do you want to know more about the many tiny houses on these tiny islands? Click the website “Tiny House Blog” below and feed your mind with more information about it.

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