Fit for a hobbit! Tiny two-bed countryside log cabin with its own vegetable patch goes on the market for £200,000
- ‘Hobbit-style’ log cabin nestled in the countryside is on sale for £200,000
- Tiny cabin Bluebell Cottage is situated on Hawbatch Farm in Bewdley
- It has two bedrooms, kitchen, living room and its own vegetable patch
A ‘Hobbit-style’ log cabin nestled in the Worcestershire countryside has gone on sale for £200,000.
Bluebell Cottage, situated on Hawbatch Farm in Bewdley, is a quaint cabin complete with two bedrooms, a kitchen, shower room, living room, a study and conservatory, as well as a vegetable patch and gorgeous rural views.
The tiny property has gone on the market for £200,000 – but the buyer will also have to pay a £1,600-a-year fee under the terms of an annual licensing agreement granted by the site owner.
Inside, the living room is decorated with bright yellow walls and original exposed brick, providing a true ‘country’ feel.
A ‘Hobbit-style’ cabin nestled in the Worcestershire countryside has gone on sale for £200,000
The bright yellow living room inside Bluebell Cottage, on sale for £200,000
The kitchen comes with a built-in oven and microwave as well as integrated appliances to save on any unnecessary space-wasting amenities
The private garden can be accessed via the conservatory
At the front of Bluebell Cottage, there’s an ample greenery to soak up all that nature has to offer
Floor plan for Bluebell Cottage on Hawbatch Farm in Bewdley
Although the space feels tight, there’s enough room for two sofas, a log burner, and two shelving units for ample storage.
In the study, two sofas sit adjacent to one another, with enough room for more storage and a coffee table – and while tiny, the room is perfect for any work-from-home set-up.
For a warming feast, the kitchen comes with a built-in oven and microwave, lots of worktop space and integrated appliances to save on any unnecessary space-wasting amenities.
Decorated in all white, with blue tiling pulling the room together, it’s perfect for an evening rustling up a winter-ready meal.
As the property spans across one floor, each room is situated a few steps away and in the bedrooms, brightly coloured walls help to make the areas feel spacious.
One room is designed with yellow in mind and has enough space for a single bed, wardrobe and two chests of drawers – whereas the other room boasts eye-striking blue walls and deep-red furnishings.
Outside the cottage, there’s a small vegetable patch and a further similar-sized shed unit for storing all garden supplies
Upon entering inside, the living room awaits and is decorated with bright yellow walls and original exposed brick – providing a true ‘country’ feel
One bedroom is designed with yellow in mind and has enough space for a single bed, wardrobe and drawers
The second bedroom boasts eye-striking blue walls and deep-red furnishings
While only one person can fit in the bathroom at once, that’s all the space needed for a quick refresh after a woodland walk.
And for some fresh air, the private garden can be accessed via the conservatory – which doubles up as a dining room.
Outside, there’s a small vegetable patch and a further similar-sized shed unit for storing all garden supplies.
At the front, there’s ample greenery to soak up all that nature has to offer – but the true selling point is the breathtaking views over the countryside. As far as the eye can see, there are trees, hills and even lakes, to admire.
Perfect for single occupancy or a couple, the humble abode would be great for a second home to get away from the hustle and bustle of daily life.
Just a stone’s throw away from the town centre and Wyre Forest, there are enough activities to help occupy your day.
Dating back almost 60 years, the home has had a full revamp and ticks all the boxes for those wishing to escape to the country.
Listed with Billingham and Co, the tiny home is listed for £200,000.
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