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Tiny Home in California Mountains

Thanks to Bob Dow

9 comments:

Kay L. Davies said...

Oh, how serene. I could live here!
K

Anonymous said...

this whole thing really creeps me out... sorry

Martin said...

Small, Stately and Serene - unlike the previously-posted house in Salt Lake City

Anonymous said...

Simple and quiet... I love the way american homes look with their canopy (terrace ? porch ?). Even tiny homes have their little one !
This home seems to be situated in a dry country. Trees give you a lot of peace but living in a forest is not a good idea in rainy countries... too wet and dark !

rj said...

Nicely done. Looks like a 2 person church.

Anonymous said...

looks great, but reading it becomes clear that no one actually livesthere.

Anonymous said...

I love this house. Have looked at all of the images in attached url. I read with surprise the comments of someone who thought it "creepy".... and then... i have to say, i could see how it well might belong to an otherworld being, lost in the woods...(but i still admire it...)
Too, read the comment that "no one lives there"... I bet they do. Seriously. I have seen this home on other sites, and read a bit about it there, as well as the url provided. These two seem impossibly organised and meticulous. But... have known some like that.(not me)

Lloyd Kahn said...

Truth be told, there was something about the interior that struck me as a bit weird. An intellectual exercise rather than a real home. As I've said before I don't just post things I love, but also things of interest. The exterior proportions, deck, fireplace are all nice.

Mr. Homegrown said...

It's beautiful but, as several have noted here, very strange. Ever since stumbling on this house I've wondered about the mysterious husband, Micheal Lorence, spoken of but never seen. Part of the mystique of the place, I suppose.

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