Entry and Living Area
The exterior is pine shiplap, woodburned using the Japanese technique, Shou Sugi Ban (other siding options are available). The porch, with a river branch railing, opens into the entryway, with coat hooks, shelves, and drawers. The sofa slides out on rails to convert into a full-size guest bed, allowing the house to sleep four. Built-in storage is tucked away throughout the house, including a bookcase, drawers and cabinets, and shelving. A mounted flat-screen TV swivels so it can be seen from the loft, the living room, or the kitchen.
The bathroom has a rain shower head, a full-size shower, a toilet, and a handwashing sink. Storage cabinets are built in.
The kitchen comes with a two-burner cooktop (not pictured) and under-counter refrigerator and freezer drawers. Cabinets and shelving provide storage space. A two-seater breakfast nook/desk is in front of a large picture window. A second entrance is into the kitchen.
The loft fits a queen-sized bed with a little extra floor space for personal effects. The loft has 360 degree views with windows on all sides, plus skylights. A staircase with storage underneath transitions into a ship’s ladder for the upper few steps, ensuring the wall of windows is not blocked by stairs.
The house pictured has water tanks under the sofa which is an upgrade option and not included in the base price. Likewise, the house pictured has a minisplit over the kitchen door which is an upgrade: the base price includes an electric heater. Dimmable recessed lighting is throughout the house, with pendant lights in the kitchen. Upgrade to a Bluetooth audio system (pictured) which connects to your smartphone.