Tiny House in a Landscape

by Kent Griswold on December 11th, 2010. 6 Comments
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This weeks Tiny House in a Landscape may be more an artists dreamscape than an actual place, I’m really not for sure. I have had this one for quite a while and it has been very appealing to me. The peaceful setting above the water and it looks like it could be set on the moors somewhere in Great Britain.

A moor is a broad area of open land, often high but poorly drained, with patches of heath and peat bogs.

This tiny house looks right at home sitting above the water.

6 Responses to “Tiny House in a Landscape”

  1. alice says:

    Looks like a real bugger getting the groceries in if that’s the only access! Great place to read Wuthering Heights or Hound of the Baskervilles by lamplight in a comfy chair in front of the fire. On a dark and stormy night of course.

  2. Susan says:

    There’s something about the house that looks Dutch or maybe Flemish – the larger window and the shutter arrangement isn’t British. Lovely setting, even if imaginary. And a basement!

  3. wyndwalkr says:

    Right off I could see the people, ladder and boat were faked, but is the tiny house, as well? Egad, maybe even the landscape?

  4. Hope Henry says:

    The underwater cave makes the imagination run to smuggling…

  5. Benjamin says:

    Unreal, but nice to look at.

  6. Mary Kate says:

    Beautiful. Thank you.

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