N5450 Mann Rd, Spooner, WI 54801
Although it is not an old house, this Wisconsin tiny house on 3.35 acres has incorporated quite a few old elements. My husband and I have been watching shows on Netflix recently that feature tiny houses. I guess we were ahead of our time, because, not wanting a mortgage, we purchased a 600-sq.-ft. bungalow at the Jersey Shore. At the time, I had just given birth to our sixth child. The baby slept in the bottom dresser drawer of our 9′ x 9′ master bedroom, while the other five kids shared a bedroom not much bigger. That didn’t last too long. Now I think people with children who want a tiny house are just plain crazy. But to each his own.
This Wisconsin tiny house was built in 200. It features three bedrooms, one bath with 432-sq.-ft. of living space on three levels. Note the gingerbread screen door, old stoves and antique kitchen set. It’s nestled in thick woods near Lake Spooner, providing both privacy and outdoor recreational opportunities.
From the realtor: “One of kind very Unique Cabin nestled in 3 thickly wooded acres. Cabin is 3 levels. Built in ladders to reach additional levels above. Separate building for private privy complete with composting odorless toilet. Additional 8X8 Woodshed complete with underground cellar. Neighboring Spooner Lake, airport, Rod and Gun Club, snowmobile trails and Golf Course is nearby. Additional tool shed with second level.
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