Cute Cabin Right? Maybe Not. Check It Out You Will Be Shocked At What You Find.

If you believe these photos are of a charming cabin in the woods, you may be surprised at what this cabin really is. From the outward appearance, it looks like darling cabin; however, due to the architecture you are being deceived. Kelly Davis the designer and architect created this faux cabin but could he be an illusionist instead.

Looks like a charming cabin, right? Well, it is an RV or at least the same size as one.

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The beautiful cabin is only 400 square feet, period. Sounds too small to call a home, or does it?

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The truth is it is larger than the many one-bedroom apartments.

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The cabin, Escape, was designed to be an upscale cabin and certainly not an RV.

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 Today, Escape is a huge part of the “tiny house movement”. This movement is fast becoming the rave for those that wish to spend less money, as well as reduce their environmental and physical footprint.

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It may not resemble an RV; however, it actually fits the standard of the Park Model RV that is up to 400 square feet.

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This charming cabin is created with quality materials such as Energy Star appliances, LED lightings, cedar lap siding and more. The best part is that you will never believe it is so small and compact due to the unique design.

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Of course, when you decide you want to live in a tiny house, you must make compromises. You will not be able to enjoy a full bathroom or kitchen. On the other hand, look at the gorgeous ESCAPE. I bet you can do without a few luxuries.

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This adorable cabin/RV is home at Canoe Bay Escape with beautiful surroundings all around.

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Several people are turning to these unique tiny houses to save money as well as the environment.

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The cost of this one will run around $79,000, which is more than several RV’s…..

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However, if you could live like this, would you go for it?

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The charming adorable cabin is not just created to impress or even to meet the standards for a time home, but it is efficient.

“The unit at CanoeBay is heated by a sealed combustion, high efficiency fireplace….there is no furnace. No one has opted for a furnace. The fireplace is rated at over 90% efficient and even through this brutal winter – our temps have consistently been -20 to -35 below zero – the fireplace has easily heated ESCAPE and saved us plenty of money. Remarkably better than even we expected.”

Staying warm without a heating bill, now that is certainly a step up in the right direction. Alek Lisefski of Tiny Project stated, “While living in a such a small house, my space, and in turn each area of my life, will be simpler, less chaotic, and free from all but what is essential.”

Maybe we could all learn from him.

Sources: Tree Hugger

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