The Tiny House Giant Journey with Guillaume Dutilh, left, and Jenna Spesard stopped at the Eastern Promenade on Wednesday. Behind them is visitor Ainsley Luken of Kennebunk. The 135-square-foot house excluding the sleeping loft took exactly one year to build on a Tumbleweed trailer starting on Sept. 2, 2013.” – The Portland Press Herald / Maine Sunday Telegram
Spotted this photo on Pinterest totally detached form it’s original source. I used the Google image search and found it! It’s a super cute 2 bed, 1 bath small house rental in Maine. Love the simple traditional design and big porch.
Located just a “Stone’s Throw” from the waterfront, public dock, and public golf course this bright, vibrant , light and comfortable two bedroom cottage sits privately in a lovely natural setting.
With four windows light floods the first floor kitchen offering a lovely view of the private back yard. The kitchen is completely outfitted including the must have lobster pot for cooking in or warming up take out! Off the kitchen is a bath with shower.” – Margaret
See inside of this 2 Bedroom Vacation Cottage.
On the coast of Maine is this tiny house hidden among the pines. Called the Tree House, it serves as a playhouse for the owners’ kids and a hangout for the adults of the family. Though not designed for full-time”