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Reflection, Tromso, Norway
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Washington State Tiny House
Half an acre on the high prairie, with a sweet, well-insulated 16′x24′ off-grid recreational cabin.
Beautiful views, peaceful surroundings, can be considered fairly remote by some people. Located on a maintained, dead-end gravel county road, with very low traffic. Because this cabin is located in a wide-open area, with friendly, watchful neighbors, the crime rate is virtually non-existent. Loaded with wildflowers in the spring, meadowlarks and bluebirds. Located about 10 miles from Lyle and State Route 14.
Cabin is equipped with solar and wind-generated power, small 12v fridge, wood stove, propane water heater, and a rain water collection system. It has a 10′x10′ loft for sleeping quarters, and a bathroom area with a shower. The toilet is a compost-type (sawdust). Conventional power and phone run the length of the property, but are not hooked up. High speed internet available.
Hardwood Douglas fir flooring and T&G paneling on the ceiling, cedar siding and T&G paneling on some walls, fir butcher block style counters, new asphalt shingle roof.
No septic or well.
log cabin with firepit
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