This weeks Tiny House in a Landscape features a 1959 Spartan Imperial Mansion, located in one of my favorite states, Montana. Vintage trailers are an option for tiny house living and this one fits perfectly into that niche.
Russell Logan is the proud owner of this gorgeous 1959 Spartan Imperial Mansion. It sat at the same park for over 50 years, owned by a couple that only used it as a vacation home for 2 weeks each year.
You can view interior photos and learn more about it a a neat website I discovered recently called Mobile Home Living. http://mobilehomeliving.org/an-unbelievable-1959-spartan/
Cabin Fever builds a small building called the Zip Cabin and Mike and Melissa have put one on some remote property in New Mexico. They took this beautiful panorama of their cabin on their last visit. The property is completely off-grid with no address, the only way to find it is with GPS coordinates. The second picture is a close up of the Zip Cabin with Melissa sitting out front.
The Zip Cabin is 120 square feet in size. If you are interested in learning more about Cabin Fever and the cabins they build stop by their website: http://www.cabinfever.us.com/
This weeks Tiny House In a Landscape is the NYSkiBlog Headquarters. A small rustic camp on seventy-five acreas in the shadow of Gore Mountain in North River, New York.
The cabin was build in 2001 by Rand Fosdick of Chestertown and is 12 foot by 18 foot in size.
A small 9 foot by 12 foot adjoining building called the “spa” houses the shower, toilet, and sink. Plus a few small cabinets and a refrigerator.
To learn more click here.
This week we are traveling in Oregon so I thought I would share a cabin with a little history from this neck of the woods. This is Zane Grey’s tiny log cabin in the wilderness which is built by the Rogue River in Winkle Bar, Oregon.
This prolific author loved traveling and fishing and even ventured to New Zealand’s Bay of Islands for some big game fishing. He is said to have fished more than three hundred days a year.
This photo is taken by Keith Levy from New Zealand.