Cot­tage with study or li­brary on pri­vate bush block

Narrogin Observer - - Southern Living -

Tiny houses are be­com­ing the cho­sen way of liv­ing for many.

En­vi­ron­men­tally con­scious home­own­ers, those want­ing sim­plic­ity and less main­te­nance and those look­ing for af­ford­abil­ity may just love this lit­tle Mt Barker home.

The cot­tage has two bed­rooms, a com­bined bath­room and laun­dry, a kitchen, din­ing, lounge and a sep­a­rate study or li­brary all nes­tled on pri­vate bush block.

The home is bor­dered by ve­ran­das on three sides, with the rear ve­randa par­tially en­closed and used as an art stu­dio.

Com­plete with an un­der­cover car­port and a gar­den shed, this home of­fers plenty of space to en­joy out­side on the 1611sqm block.

There are plenty of hid­den places to re­lax and watch the abun­dant birdlife.

The prop­erty of­fers a tran­quil lo­ca­tion close to town.

If you are look­ing to down­size or re­duce the car­bon foot­print for cleaner liv­ing, you may want to check this out.

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