Now you can get a tiny house that has all the benefits of the modern farmhouse style, only, you know, much smaller.
Inside the 588-square-foot cottage, there are just two bedrooms and one bathroom, plus a living room and a kitchen. This no-frills house includes an open floorplan, vaulted ceilings, and a bay window—making it a good starter home or a low maintenance East End retreat.
The Hive has an unusual "beehive-inspired" shape that bows outward from its foundation.
The design features a single loft for two, plus a convertible sofa U-shaped sofa that transforms into a queen size bed in a pinch.
The 300-square-foot timber abode on wheels has a roof that expands from a road-legal 12.5 feet to a luxurious 17.5 feet when raised.
The location might carry the day for the unit wanting nearly $1,500 a square foot. What’d you think?
The cottage near Fells Reservation does come with some caveats.
Built from thick panes of glazing, the 75-square-foot structure is a literal glass house—gabled roof and all.
The tiny house runs on a biofuel blend of 80 percent coffee oil extracted from coffee grounds.