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Family Builds Beautiful TINY HOUSE Homestead on Their Farm.

The Chittle family built a Tiny Home on their farm in Northern Washington so that others can visit and try out a self-sustainable lifestyle and homesteading. I'm Tessa Chittle and this is my son Ava Chittle and my daughter Ada Lee Chittle. And this is our tiny house farm stay.

The Tiny House was designed to work for families, couples, singles or a group of friends who are happy being together in a cozy space (300 sq ft). That means 2 private bedrooms (1 loft with queen and single futons and stairs/safety rails; 1 downstairs bedroom with queen murphy bed and separated with sliding antique door).

That also means a long farm table for gathering around (1 indoors and 1 outdoors!) and a long couch for game playing (that also folds out to single bed). We thoughtfully equipped and stocked the kitchen for you to make tasty food (fresh produce often available and gourmet farm to table recipes provided). There is a small fridge and stove, and a large farmhouse sink!

We also wanted this to be a space for creative work...writing, crafting, life/business design ... as well as a space for personal retreat. So the downstairs bedroom has a Murphy bed that when folded up creates an open yoga/meditation/movement space (yoga mat, meditation cushion/bowl/mala, and weights provided!)...while you look out through the french doors across the meadow. The bathroom is small but functional with tiny sink, shower.

The tiny house was made using green building materials from local sources when possible (recycled denim insulation, no toxic paints, cedar wall siding, etc.) so you can breathe in healthy air and vibes during your stay.

Our small homestead is located just outside of the historic fishing village of Gig Harbor WA & a 1 hr drive or ferry to Seattle. We are 10 min from state parks, hikes, beaches, restaurants, water sport rentals, kid fun, & antique stores.

Have you ever wanted to try out a tiny house or homestead living? Or just looking for a jumping off point for amazing pacific northwest adventures? Come for a visit!

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