Tour Møn Huset's beautiful modular 'Long House' with us

Danish builders Møn Huset have created a very stylish yet rustic tiny abode. The small cottage-looking home can be found in Tisvildeleje, Denmark, amongst the trees and shrubbery. The model makes clever use of its space - you'd be surprised at all that fits into Længehus, or, the 'Long House'.
The basic model is roughly 600 square feet. The home comes complete with a full-service kitchen, an upstairs loft to sleep in, a fireplace, and much more. Get a glimpse at the beautiful home below.
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Here's the Længehus in all of its glory.
A garden sits outside the front of the house.
Here's a look at the interior. The tall ceilings make the home look roomier than it actually is. Glass windows provide the homeowner with a great view of their surroundings.
During brutal winters, the fireplace is sure to be the focal point of any and all gatherings.
You can access the upstairs loft with this ladder. 
The dining table offers plenty of seating for guests, friends, and family.
Though small, the kitchen provides all the amenities one would need.
The bedroom features a sunlight. 
The bathroom is plenty spacious. You can find the washing machine here as well.
Fancy a meal outdoors? There's nice outdoor seating for when the weather permits.
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