Enjoy the perfect 'tiny getaway' in a handmade, hidden home

Hidden in Olympia, Wash. lies this beautiful, quiet tiny home. Handmade by its owner, Brittany, the little house features many commodities, but it also keeps that rustic and eco-friendly charm.
For those of you who have flirted with the idea of tiny living but aren't ready to make a commitment just yet, this picturesque beachfront beauty may change your mind. This "Bayside Bungalow" is tucked away amid verdant trees and an Eden-esque garden.
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The bungalow is based on the Cypress design from the Tumbleweed Tiny House Company and is just a short hike away from a private beach. The home is also fully equipped with all the amenities necessary for an unforgettable weekend getaway.
The exterior is charming in and of itself, but wait until you take a peek inside. The red shutters really give this home a cottage-like feel from the outside.
This tiny home sits nestled in the woods. Being in nature is the perfect complement to tiny home living. Being able to wake up each morning to natural beauty is enjoying life and freedom at its finest. After all, isn't this why so many people have joined the tiny home movement?
The unparalleled beauty of the Pugent Sound lies just beyond those trees.
The inviting front stoop with hanging planters.
An expandable table is perfect for both meal time and game time.
The rustic great room...
...complete with the coziest daybed reading nook in existence.
The sweetest galley-style kitchen...
...which houses a seriously envy-worthy sink.
The kitchen also contains a mini-fridge and a two-burner cooktop stove.
Just up the ladder is an absolutely dreamy detail.
This loft has an ample skylight that allows stargazing from the full-sized bed.
The bungalow's bathroom is equipped with a fold down vanity, a hand-built “lovable loo" composting toilet, an RV-sized shower, and even hot water. 
These Adirondack chairs are perfect for lounging by the fire pit, and provide comfortable seating as you roast marshmallows for s'mores or use the handheld grill.
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Best of all, the beach is only a short flower-lined walk away. You can live large as you dip your toes into the tiny lifestyle.

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