Tiny House in a Landscape

Update: Yes, this house is near the village of Oia, in Santorini, Greece, which is part of Europe. However, it is not “a mix of the old and the modern” but rather a pretty typical example of the vernacular.

Thank you Orestes for the verification of the location.

This tiny house in a landscape is a unique structures situated on the water. I’m sure this was taken in  Greece or somewhere in Europe, guessing from the type of architecture. A mix of the old and the modern. Looks like a wonderful getaway and a place to relax.

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Dan - August 22, 2009 Reply

They have one heck of a view from there. Looks pretty peaceful there too.

~Dan

Peter - August 22, 2009 Reply

The Greek flag is there, so it must be Greece 🙂

Fabienne - August 22, 2009 Reply

Hi
Of course, this photo has been taken in Greece (there is a flag!!). It is in Santorini (Santorin, Cyclades).

    Kent Griswold - August 22, 2009 Reply

    Thanks Peter and Fabienne for putting me right on this photo. I wish I had more details and photos of the interior…Kent

RowdyKittens - August 22, 2009 Reply

Kent – I love this picture! It’s so beautiful. Can you imagine living in this small home? It must be incredibly peaceful. This really makes me realize how much of the world that I haven’t seen….Thanks for sharing this.

Orestes Chouchoulas - August 23, 2009 Reply

Yes, this house is near the village of Oia, in Santorini, Greece, which is part of Europe, last time I checked. However, it is not “a mix of the old and the modern” but rather a pretty typical example of the vernacular.

There is another interesting tiny house type particular to this volcanic island: the cave-dwellings. They are burrows dug into the cliff-face, which a single built wall sealing the mouth. Some examples are here: http://www.greek-islands.us/santorini/cave-houses/

    Kent Griswold - August 23, 2009 Reply

    Thanks Orestes for the verification of the location. I have added an update above reflecting your information.

stroller sale - August 24, 2009 Reply

What a great view they have,i would love to have an haven like that,reminds me of the house in mama mia only on a smaller scale lol

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