Monday, May 15, 2017

May 2017 Bára Tide Tiny House - rental listing photos

Bára Tide Tiny House was lovingly crafted with lumber from our own acreage, incorporating many reclaimed and recycled building supplies. It sits on the site of a former one room school house across from Chignecto Bay (the southern arm of the Bay of Fundy), and on the traditional unceded lands of the  Mi'kmaw and Wolastoquyik (Maliseet) peoples.

"Bára" is the norse origin of tidal bore, and references both the high tides present in the front yard as well as the curved shape of the roof. AirBnB listing is here.

Bára Tide Tiny House on the Bay of Fundy

view from the driveway: Chignecto Bay, the southern arm of the Bay of Fundy

front yard and surrounding fields, with a fire pit in the back

kitchenette with 2 burner induction stovetop and 12" convection oven 

table set for dinner

collapsible table can be used for eating or writing

upstairs loft with 5" foam mattress and LED reading lights

hidden storage behind the bookcase for luggage or groceries

a few small adjustments and the dining bench becomes a soft reading nook

an electric fireplace takes the chill off colder evenings

view of the kitchenette

upstairs loft view

upstairs loft railing

curvy staircase

our farmhouse, providing indoor shower and toilet

view of the Bay

view from the kitchen

morning fog

induction stovetop

pots and pans

 water jugs

with some rearrangement, you can wake up with yoga

 several outbuildings behind the guest house, including an outhouse

 dimmable LED strip lights 

Welcome Home!

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